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We’ve been here for your family for over 65 years... and we will be your reliable insurance advisor for generations to come.  We offer insurance for both your personal and professional lives.  Our agents understand your insurance needs because we are part of your community. 

As our logo states, we are "Trusted.  Local.  Committed."
 

Farmers Union Insurance Agency adheres to the Trusted Choice pledge.  We work right in your communities and are actively involved with other organizations, events, and volunteerism.  Finally, we are committed to providing comprehensive, quality insurance products and service to fit the needs of your family.  We work to establish long-term relationships, placing emphasis on protecting your most important assets at home and in your business.  

Why wouldn’t you trust your insurance needs to Farmers Union Insurance Agency?



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By The MNFUIA Team

Soon, leaves will be falling and, for many, especially those in the Upper Midwest, snow may be looming in the extended weather forecast. It’s time to consider several home maintenance tips that can save on costly repairs in the future. 

Clean gutters.  Clogged gutters cause overflowing water during rainstorms that can result in wet basements and damaged foundations. In freezing weather, ice dams can form. 

Consider an energy audit.  A professional home energy audit or assessment can test your home for air flow, leakage, and efficiency. Learn more here.

Get a furnace checkup.  Seek a qualified technician to perform an annual inspection of your heating systems, like your furnace, wood stove, or fireplace. 

Drain garden hoses and store inside.  Not removing garden hoses in freezing weather can result in burst water pipes and costly repairs.

Purchase a programmable thermostat.  According to Energy Star, on average, for an initial investment of $50 to $100, you will save $180 annually on heating (and cooling) bills by programming your thermostat.

Inspect your home’s exterior.  Check for peeling paint or loose siding, which can cause water damage or breakage under heavy snow. Caulk around windows and doors. 

Owning your own home can be a great investment. Be sure to protect that investment with proper maintenance. Preparing for the colder winter months now can prevent costly headaches later.  Visit Secura's "Find Your Advantage" blog to read more on these helpful tips, and see the "Insurance 101" tab on this website for more helpful information regarding your insurance! 


This Day in History....


September 1:
Germany invaded Poland, starting WWII (1939).
September 2: Forest fires detroyed Hinckley, MN, 600 perish (1894).
September 3: "Uncle Sam" imagery first used in America (1813).
September 4: Ford Motor Co. introduced the Edsel (1957).
September 5: 1st Continental Congress assembled in PA (1774).
September 6: Puritans landed at Salem, Massachusetts (1628).
September 7: 1st Miss America Pageant held in Atlantic City (1921).
September 8: Star Trek premiered on television (1966).
September 9: Elvis Presley first appeared on Ed Sullivan (1956).
September 10: The sewing machine was first patented (1846).
September 11: Patriot Day, National Day of Service & Remembrance.
September 12:
Future President JFK married Jacqueline Bouvier (1953).
September 13: NYC became first capitol of the US (1788).
September 14: F. Scott Key wrote "Star Spangled Banner" lyrics (1814).
September 15: The Lone Ranger premiered on ABC-TV.
September 16: The Mayflower set sail for the New World (1620).
September 17: US Consitution adopted by Phila. Convention (1787).
September 18: The US Air Force was formed (1947).
September 19: Jackie Robinson named "Rookie of the Year" (1947).
September 20: Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in tennis (1973).
September 21: Henry Ford retired from the Ford Motor Co. (1945).
September 22: MN's own Bob Dylan played Carnegie Hall (1962).
September 23: Neptune 1st discovered by Johann Gottfried Golle (1846).
September 24: 60 Minutes premiered on CBS-TV (1968).
September 25:
Sandra Day O'Connor 1st female S. Court Justice (1981).
September 26: The Federal Trade Commission was established (1914).
September 27: Jesse James' gang attacked train, 150 killed (1864).
September 28: Divorce legalized in Maryland, USA (1701).
September 29: John D. Rockefeller became nation's 1st billionaire (1916).
September 30: Rayon was patented (1902).


 







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