Entries by Ryan Rivers

Why a Home Inventory Is Important

Let’s try a little exercise: Can you list everything you own from memory? Didn’t think so. The fact is most people own more things than they realize. It’s easy to remember the cars, the computer, the TV. But what about that holiday china in the garage? Or every pair of shoes? All of it is […]

Big Employers Vow To Continue Offering Health Insurance

Kaiser Health New reports that two new surveys indicate “companies continue to try to control costs while backing away from shrinking or dropping health benefits.” The article says this is “a marked change from three years ago, when many big employers – those with 1,000 employees or more – contemplated ending medical benefits and shifting […]

Change Agent

It was an honor to be recognized as a Safeco Change Agent and be selected as a top 10 finalist for Make More Happen. Giving back and supporting our community is our passion. Our summer events kickoff this month and all are looking forward to enjoying the warm weather.  In addition our continued support of […]

Help Us Support People In Need, Inc.

We are excited to announce that Rivers Insurance Group has been named a Safeco Insurance Change Agent finalist for our volunteer work with People in Need, Inc., of Delaware County! What this means is that we have a chance to win a $2,000 donation for People in Need, but we need your help! Please like […]

WATER DAMAGE – REDUCE YOUR RISK

You can help prevent future leaks and water intrusion by regularly inspecting the following elements in and around your home to make sure they remain in good condition. Plumbing and Appliances: • Inspect plumbing supply lines and drain systems annually: Look for condensation around the pipes or an obvious leak and corrosion. Watch for stains […]

Back to school

Making the transition back to school can be quite a change for kids and parents alike. Kids who’ve been sleeping in, now have to get up at 7 a.m. again. Leisurely lunches eaten when hungry now require planning and packing. And homework? Yes, it’s time to start that drill too. But going back to school […]

Tips for a Beautiful Yard

The snow and ice are gone for another year, but they likely wreaked havoc on your yard. What’s left behind, if it’s still alive, probably needs a little TLC to get it back in prime condition for the upcoming summer months. Here are a few tips for giving your yard the gentle facelift it needs: […]

Hard Water Hazards

Hard water affects more than 85 percent of people in the United States. (http://homewater101.com/look-hard-water-across-us). It’s a common problem, especially for those who live in the Midwest through the West coast. Hard water forms when it moves through rock and soil, holding onto small amounts of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium. The higher the concentration […]