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Filing a small insurance claim now can cost much more money later Some homeowners who ask their insurer for a relatively small reimbursement for a loss today can face much higher annual premiums and even cancellation of their policy in the future. DEAR DAVE: A pipe under our bathroom sink broke, sending water all over the linoleum tiles on the floor and ruining several of them. It cost $900 to fix the pipe and replace the damaged flooring. Can we file a claim with our insurer for the work and materials? ANSWER: Yes, you can file a claim for the repairs – but it might not be worth it. For starters, the
About Real Estate DAVID MYERS $900 in damage that you suffered is a relatively small amount. If you have a standard $500 deductible, the most you could hope to recover from your insurer would be $400. That’s really not worth the risk of seeing your future premiums rise, perhaps by hundreds of dollars a year, because you would have a fresh claim on your record. More importantly, there’s a chance that
filing a claim might even result in the insurer canceling your policy altogether, especially if you have filed one or more other claims in the past two or three years. That’s because many insurers figure that if you have made more than a claim or two in the recent past, no matter how small, you’re more likely to file again in the future. It’s also worth noting that most insurers
are particularly wary of customers who file claims for water-related damage. They’ll sometimes pay for the repairs but then cancel the policy in order to reduce the chance of getting hit with an even costlier mold-related claim later. Because it’s becoming increasingly unwise to file small claims, some insurers say that homeowners should consider raising their deductibles in order to trim their annual premiums. Experts say that owners who have a typical $500 deductible but raise it to $1,000 or $2,500 easily can slash more that 30% off their bill, which can
save them hundreds of dollars a year while still providing adequate coverage if they later suffer a major loss. *** DEAR DAVE: I recently signed up for a program that lets my mortgage lender automatically deduct my loan payment from my checking account on the first of each month, which saves me time writing a personal check and ensures that I won’t get hit with a penalty as long as I have enough money in the bank. But now, I have started to wonder: Is the fact that my future
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monthly payments will automatically be debited from the account hurt my credit score because they won’t be paid by a traditional paper check? ANSWER: No, your new payment arrangement with the bank won’t have any impact on your credit score. Lenders and
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Natural materials make a home inviting into my home. They provide Mother Nature’s restorative Interior spaces palette of cream, that are too fussy tan and brown; make me uncomthey’re beautifully fortable. I think imperfect and a when you really live wonderful backdrop in a home, there for more refined needs to be a bit of treasures you want disorder. A messy to spotlight. stack of books next Sometimes people to your reading get confused about chair in the living the difference beroom floor. A cat tween wicker and asleep on the duvet rattan. The quick at the bottom of answer is that wickyour bed. A piece er is not a material, of furniture with a but an ancient techstory to tell, like a nique for weaving chest with chipping natural materials paint or an ottoman like willow, rattan upholstered in a and bamboo into worn old rug. furniture or baskets Maybe that’s or whatever. Wickwhy I love to weave er furniture can be natural materials made out of any By Mary Carol Garrity Tribune News Service
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sort of natural or synthetic material. Rattan, a vine that grows in the shape of a pole about three inches in diameter, is a strong wood and can be used to construct furniture, from outdoor chairs to hutches and bed frames. Bamboo looks similar but
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people make when buying area rugs is to get a size that’s too small. Understandable when you consider how much a really good rug costs. But natural fiber rugs are so affordable you can use them to cover the entire room without breaking the bank.
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oriental rugs and have a patchwork quilt of them in my home. But underneath it all, natural fiber rugs like sisal or sea grass are a must-have. They wear like iron, are forgiving when stained and provide a lovely base for a room. A common mistake
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to a room. When she was decorating her little cottage in Atchison, my friend Cynthia used bamboo shades to bring a bit of rustic charm to the spaces. I like how they contrast with the more formal furnishings in the room. I adore lovely old
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has a hollow core so is not as strong and durable as rattan. I love them both. They are at home anywhere, from a seaside cottage to a mountain lodge, in formal spaces and in those that are more relaxed. Woven wooden blinds also add delicious texture
These hungry bug eaters put on a show By Debbie Arrington ly fascinating. The Sacramento Bee “The No. 1 question I get from SACRAMENTO, kids: Will it eat my Calif. – They look finger?” said Eric like they’re from Trygg, longtime another planet, and president of the that’s part of their Sacramento Bromeallure. liad and CarnivoWith neon bright rous Plant Society. hues, these un“Adults always ask, worldly plants will it eat mosquitwist their foliage toes?” and branches into The answers: No strange shapes and yes. Carnivo– tubes, pitchers, rous plants don’t even snakes. Others care for people, but are covered with they love winged dewy, sticky hairs; insects – if they the better for killing venture close by. prey. Thanks to social They all have one media, carnivorous thing in common; plants have never they “eat” bugs. And been more popular. that makes carnivo- In recent years, rous plants endless- hybridizers have
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nivorous plants outdoors year round,” he said. “The cold in winter really helps them. They go dormant, but come back strong. They’re the easiest plants to grow; they just need to stay moist.” An example of a true California carnivore is the cobra lily (Darlingtonia californica), which grows wild along cold streams and boggy seeps in Northern California and southern Oregon. Originally discovered near the base of Mount Shasta, this pitcher plant forms tubular leaves that look like
the heads of reared own fertilizer; that’s soil or no soil at all, cobras with forked why they “eat” bugs. growing in a mix of red tongues and They prefer “bad” peat moss and sand. fangs. Cobras can be finicky; they prefer their roots to be cooled by fresh running water such as a mountain stream. Water quality is key to keeping any carnivorous plant happy. “They can’t stand city water,” Trygg said. “Chlorinated water will kill them. They need distilled water or rain water with no minerals.” Besides non-chlorinated water, carnivorous plants have few demands. They make their
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developed wickedly interesting twists on a few basic species. Venus flytrap, the most famous bug-eating plant and native to the Coastal Carolinas, now comes in a wide range of varieties with evocative names such as B-52, Shark’s Teeth, Red Piranha and Fang. Although they have exotic looks and reputations, many varieties of carnivorous plants can be grown in Sacramento, said Trygg, who is currently creating a bog garden at his Grass Valley, Calif., home. “I raise my car-
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Bagworms for good control is short when the insects are actively feeding. Bagworms caterpillars are easily controlled by a number of general-purpose insecticides. The downside to many of these products is they can are nothing to be also kill beneficial concerned about insects such as except to serve as a warning to watch pollinators. We suggest using Bt, Bacilthe plant carefully lus thuringiensis, a over the next few weeks to see if pop- bacterial insecticide that only kills catulations increase. erpillars. This prodSimply pull off the uct is sold under bags and discard a variety of trade them to eliminate names, so look for the development the scientific name of the next generation. If numbers are under the active ingredient. Note: high and you wish you can also purto treat for them, chase a Bt product you’ll need to act quickly as the time specifically for mos-
KEITH REED coming in from all over Payne County, this summer is shaping up to see significant damage on a wide variety of plants with deciduous trees being especially hard hit. If otherwise healthy, a mature tree can withstand a significant defoliation (no matter if it’s from an insect, hail storm, etc.) with no long-term consequences. However, if you have young trees or some that have an exceptionally high ornamental value, it would be a good idea to inspect them closely for signs of bagworm activity. A few bagworms
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Bagworms are a common landscape pest in Oklahoma. While this descriptor is commonly used, it can mean a few different insects to different people. Bagworms form small brown tornado shaped sacks as they mature, often hanging on trees for months. When actively growing, bagworms are small dark caterpillars that are most easily noticed when you walk near a tree and see them hanging from a web as they swing to a new feeding location. If you see heavy webbing covering several leaves or branches, that is a different pest altogether, and the subject of another discussion. Bagworm damage is usually contained to a few species and they generally don’t cause too much of a problem. However, based on reports
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the story you want to tell in your space. Is this a place for I have been seedisplaying sentiing the #shelfie mental keepsakes hashtag popping or a stylish way to up all over social show off your ginger media lately. A jar collection? Or do “shelfie” is a play you simply need to on the ever-popular dress up some built“selfie” but focuses ins before your book on a beautifully dec- collection takes orated shelf. over? Define the Not only do we purpose of the space love an impeccable and let that guide vignette, we also you as you select adore perfectly items. styled shelves. I’ve After you’ve decided to pull back landed on a purthe curtain – or pose, think through cabinet door, if you how you want the will – and share shelves to fit into some of our go-to your space and the tactics for creating color palette you the perfect #shelfie want to highlight. moment. Do you want them A surefire way to add texture but to end up with a blend in? Consider hodgepodge of stuff monochromatic on your shelves is accents and accessoto go in without a ries that coordinate plan. Think about with your space. Tribune News Service
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Do you want your shelves to pop? Pull from the other colors in the room and find bold pieces. Tie your space and shelves together by adding accessories that pick up other elements in the room. For example, a woven basket would pick up the colors and textures in a sisal or jute rug. Having thought through purpose, functionality and aesthetic, it’s time to find the perfect pieces. Start by shopping your own home. You’re bound to find
at least a piece or two to get yourself started. Look for a variety of shapes, sizes and textures to keep your shelves visually balanced. Accessories we often use include books (of course!), art, baskets and small trays, vessels and bowls of all kinds, floral and greenery arrangements and things like picture frames for sentimental moments. Don’t forget: Tall accents can be difficult to find but are essential to adding movement and drawing your eyes around your space.
Once you have collected all your accessories, lay them out so you can see everything with which you have to work. (I like to group by size.) Then, it’s time to start stylin’. I like to start with my largest and tallest pieces first. Spread them throughout your shelves, making sure no two like pieces (or like-sized pieces) are directly next to each other vertically or horizontally. From there, begin to fill in each shelf, placing medium-sized
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2502 Trio Ranch Dr. • $325,900
You will love this Sweetwater floor plan--3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a 3 car garage!
6005 Hallie’s Meadow. • $305,900
This 3 bedroom home has an extra large master closet, double sinks in the master bath, and a 3 car garage.
6006 Hayden’s Brook • $303,900
2128 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, office, and 3 car garage!!
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Welcome home to this gorgeous property on a corner lot located in Hidden Oaks! As you enter the warmth of the home envelopes you... The dining area is to the left and the living room is straight ahead. THE RE/MAX SIGNATURE EXPERIENCE In the backyard there is a covered patio and plenty of space for Dedicated professionals providing unrivaled service. entertaining. The home is pre-wired for a sound system. & ssociates
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