Insuring Your New Holiday Gifts!
The presents have been opened and Santa is headed back to the North Pole to prepare for next year’s big trip.
Was Santa extra good to you this year? Maybe you received those diamond earrings you’ve been wanting or even your dream car!
No matter how big or small, let C.H. Edwards, Inc. help insure your precious holiday gifts.
We offer a wide variety of coverage’s such as:
and so much more!
Don’t know what coverage is right for you? Give us a call at (516) 249-5200 and let our specialists help in finding you the perfect policy or visit our website at www.chedwards.net.
For more information on the coverage’s, we offer or a free quotation, visit our website at www.chedwards.net.
C.H. Edwards, Inc. wishes you and your loved ones a happy and prosperous New Year!
The Gift of Life Insurance
The holiday season is officially here and people everywhere are shopping for the perfect gifts for their loved ones.
Why not give the gift of life insurance this holiday season? When you give the gift of life insurance, you are giving the gift of financial stability for the future.
When you purchase life insurance for someone else, the application will need that person’s name, date of birth, and often their social security number. You will also need to provide health information on the insured, even if you are buying a policy for a child.
Although there may be a few obstacles along the way, keep in mind that life insurance is the only financial product that guarantees financial stability for the future.
If you are interested or have questions regarding life insurance for you or a loved one, give us a call at 516-249-5200 and let us help your holiday wishes come true.
We wish you a very happy holiday season from the management and staff at C.H. Edwards, Inc.
Converting Your Home Heating System to Natural Gas
Is it time to convert your home heating system from oil to a more affordable, reliable and healthier gas?
Natural gas home heating is much cheaper than oil. Not only is it cheaper, but it is clean, safe, efficient and a more dependable energy source because it is produced in the United States.
To begin the conversion process, contact PSE&G and ask them to recommend one of their reputable installers if you do not already have one.
The contractor can find out if there’s natural gas within 100 feet of your home so that you do not have to pay a connection charge.
Once this is determined, the contractor will remove the old boiler and oil tank if it is located inside your home. If your tank is located underground, it can be abandoned and will no longer be used to store fuel. In place of the old heating system, a gas boiler and a separate hot water heater will be installed. The last and final step would be a safety inspection of the new equipment. This process can take some time, so make sure that you have enough of your current fuel source.
After that, you can enjoy a more affordable, safer, healthier and efficient way of heating your home.
Don’t forget to contact your insurance agent and advise them of your heating system updates.
For questions or more information on Homeowners insurance, please give us a call at 516-249-5200 or visit our website at www.chedwards.net
by Steven Visco
Life Insurance Awareness Month: Policy Beneficiary
No one likes to think about dying, but when it comes to life insurance, you need to figure out who will get your money when it is your time. It is important to know what a beneficiary is and how your life insurance policy works after you are gone.
September is life insurance awareness month and C.H. Edwards, Inc. is here to help you understand the basics of life insurance.
What is a Beneficiary? Beneficiary is a term in a life insurance policy contract that recognizes who receives the benefits after a person’s death. The primary beneficiary is the first person who receives the benefits after you have passed. If your primary beneficiary is deceased, your contingent beneficiary would then receive your benefits. A contingent beneficiary is also known as your secondary beneficiary.
How to choose your beneficiary? Choosing the right beneficiary is important, but can also be challenging. Consider who you want to help after you are gone. This could be a spouse, child, niece, nephew, etc.. In short terms, your beneficiary should be someone you can trust with your money after you are gone.
It is never too early or too late to purchase a life insurance policy. Nearly 40% of consumers in the United States do not have life insurance coverage. Don’t wait another day!
For more information on life insurance, please give us a call at 516-249-5200.