• Roof – Seal Coat

    Having a metal roof on your home or structure is great! They typically last longer than composition shingles and are very strong. Your metal roof needs a new coating every 2 years and touch-ups at frequent intervals, especially after storms have deposited debris or branches on the roof. Here are some tips when seal coating. • Check the weather and make sure rain is not in the forecast and not below 50 degrees out • Inspect for blisters, cracked seams and peeling • Clean with a wire brush and sandpaper and a putty knife to remove flaking • Repair any splits and patch any holes • Coat seams with patching…

  • 31 Years of Service

    Thank you for your 31 years of dedication, loyalty and service to our company, Mindy. We will miss your wealth of knowledge, witty humor and guided support in the office. Have a happy and healthy retirement. You deserve the best!

  • Home Escape Plan

    This week is National Fire Prevention week. Did you know that if a fire starts in your home you may have as little as two minutes to escape? During a fire, early warning from a working smoke alarm plus a fire escape plan that has been practiced regularly can save lives. A plan should include exit strategies from the house, a designated meet up place and a list of important phone numbers (family members, insurance agent, etc.) Need help making you plan? Check this site out: http://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan

  • Purchasing Farm Equipment

    When you have a farm, you know the right tools make all the difference. And when a piece of your equipment is near the end of its life after helping you run your business, getting a quality new or new-to-you replacement at the right price is crucial to your bottom line. Here are some tips to help you find the right farm equipment and make the most of it: How much use will the equipment see? If your purchase will need to log thousands of hours over the next few years, you’d be wise to lean towards a new or gently-used piece of equipment. Research the typical lifespan of the…

  • Machinery Transportation

    If you farm you know machinery and equipment is being moved around from one place to another frequently. Did you know, if you are towing a piece of equipment with a vehicle and an accidental collision or overturn occurs your equipment may not be covered? Protect your equipment from this risk by adding a Machinery Transportation endorsement to your policy! Other terms apply. If you have questions, please contact your agent

  • Hit and Run

    Protect yourself and your vehicle from falling victim to this type of accident with our Uninsured Motorists Coverage. Call your agent and ask today!    

  • National Dog Day 2020

    “Whoever said diamonds are a girl’s best friend never had a dog” Happy National Dog Day! Meet Darcy, Caitlin’s pal Finley and Donovan are Erin’s buddies Jax is also Erin’s pooch Willie is McKenna’s pup

  • Traveling Safety

    Do you have your bags packed for an upcoming trip? Summertime often means vacations and travel away from home. To prevent burglars from snooping around your home while you are gone, follow these tips: ? Notify dependable neighbors so they can keep watch ? Arrange to have your lawn mowed ✉️ Stop newspaper/mail delivery or arrange someone to pick up daily ? Have someone take the trash out on the regular pick up day ? Use automatic timers to turn lights and radio on and off at various times

  • Welcome Erin!

    Meet Erin! She is our newest employee at LCFM, she will be working as a Customer Service Representative and Processor as well as training to be an Underwriter. Erin is originally from Springfield, MO and has lived in the St. Louis area since 2012. Prior to joining our team, she worked for the legal team that managed flight attendants and pilots for a large regional airline. Erin says, “I am looking forward to learning a new industry, it’s always a little scary starting a new #career but I couldn’t ask for a better team to learn from”. We are so excited to welcome Erin to the office and look forward…

  • Save some $ on Pool Chemicals

    There’s no denying that pool chemicals can be expensive to purchase! Did you know that you can use a common household product to save you some extra dough? Most pool stores suggest using sodium bicarbonate to control the alkalinity of a pool without drastically reducing the PH levels. They will try to sell overpriced solutions in order to get the job done. As it turns out, regular baking soda does the same job as sodium bicarbonate for only a fraction of the price! If you’re worried that using baking soda will mean doing a lot of complicated mathematical conversions, don’t be. Baking soda has the same concentration of sodium bicarbonate…

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