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California is known for its sunny skies and it constantly warm climate . Many people consider moving to California because of its popular weather. However, this does not stop homeowners in California from experiencing a common natural event – rain. This includes specific cities, such as Sacramento, where it can rain for up to 15% of the year. Although not a high percentage , rain can still have potential small to high level damage for homeowners. Water can seep into walls, weakening supports and causing dripping ceilings. Further aggravating this is the fact that water damage can also happen due to leaky pumps and clogged sinks. This kind of damage can cost you up to thousands of dollars worth of repairs, and perhaps some of the destruction – such as soaking your family memorabilia – may be unrecoverable .

 However, there’s no reason that to allow this to occur . We can prevent this.  See entire story:

Let us shop the insurance companies to get you the best auto insurance rate.  Give us a call at (800) 807-6871 or complete this easy form to get a free quote today!  For Homeowners:  http://www.ccisca.com/homeowners/insurance_quote.aspx  or Renters: http://www.ccisca.com/renters/insurance_quote.aspx

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Allen Frost said...
Youre absolutely right. water damage in Sacramento can happen at any time. Be prepared and make the necessary precautions, such as having insurance, can mean you are ready for the worst.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 2014 7:30 AM

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