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Protect your condo and get the most out of your investment

Get the most out of your condo investment. Follow these helpful tips from State Farm® on condominium unitowners insurance, maintenance and safety of your condo.
Know What’s Covered With Condo Insurance and How It Works

Know What’s Covered With Condo Insurance and How It Works

Condo insurance coverage works in tandem with the condo association master policy. Discover how they work together to protect you and your stuff.

How to Decide if Buying a Condo Is Right for You

How to Decide if Buying a Condo Is Right for You

Consider all the options when making your choice.

How to Create a Home Inventory

How to Create a Home Inventory

A home inventory can expedite insurance claims process after theft, damage or loss.

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Community and urban garden ideas for homeowners and renters

Community and urban garden ideas for homeowners and renters

Community and urban gardens are an excellent place to grow fresh food. Learn how to secure your garden plot and how to be a good gardening neighbor

DIY Home Renovations. The Pros & Cons of Doing It Yourself.

DIY Home Renovations. The Pros & Cons of Doing It Yourself.

Before jumping into a home or apartment project, weigh the pros and cons of a DIY approach vs. hiring a pro.

How to Pack a Storage Unit and Protect What's Stored in Them

How to Pack a Storage Unit and Protect What's Stored in Them

Tips for selecting a rental storage unit, packing personal possessions, and how to protect everything.

Insurance Issues to Consider When Hosting a House Party

Insurance Issues to Consider When Hosting a House Party

Hosting a party? Put insurance on the invite list and make sure your home is covered.

What Not to Store Under a Sink.

What Not to Store Under a Sink.

Not sure what to put under the kitchen sink? Try these under sink organizer ideas.

DIY or Pro: The Anatomy of Home Alarm Systems

DIY or Pro: The Anatomy of Home Alarm Systems

Wireless-enabled components and real-time monitoring are just a few of the updates changing home security systems. Whether you DIY yours or hire a pro install, here are a few terms and considerations.

Watch Out for These Household Electrical Hazards

Watch Out for These Household Electrical Hazards

What Are Some Different Residential Electrical Hazards?

Protect Yourself Against Home Burglary

Protect Yourself Against Home Burglary

When you're home or away, these home burglary prevention ideas preserve security.

A Fix-It for Every Room

A Fix-It for Every Room

Want a happy and structurally sound home? Stay on top of your maintenance list. We asked experts to point out quick, but important repairs.

Charcoal and Gas Grilling Safety

Charcoal and Gas Grilling Safety

Do you know the essential steps to safer grilling? They may seem simple, but these safety checks could stave off disaster.

Possible tips to deal with home emergencies

Possible tips to deal with home emergencies

You can't predict when they will occur, but you can have a home emergency plan.

16 Home Safety Features You Can Control via Smartphone

16 Home Safety Features You Can Control via Smartphone

The latest generation of smart home monitoring goes far beyond smoke detection and intrusion alerts.

Are Power Surges Damaging Your Electronics?

Are Power Surges Damaging Your Electronics?

An invisible culprit may be harming your devices. Learn how to protect your property.

Conquer Home Humidity Problems With These Tips

Conquer Home Humidity Problems With These Tips

High humidity is uncomfortable and threatens your home's structure and surfaces.

13 Ways to Protect Your Home When You Travel

13 Ways to Protect Your Home When You Travel

Prevent your house from becoming a target with tips for security during vacation.

The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.