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Kehl Insurance Shoppe - Insuring Berwick and All of Pennsylvania

Founded in 1979, Karen Kudrna and James Roach purchased Kehl Insurance Shoppe in 2012. As an agency, we are committed to providing quality service for all of your customers and we pride ourselves on doing it well. Clients can reach us via phone at (570) 752-6771 or by email. We offer auto, home, business and life insurance, and medicare supplements.

Specializing In Erie Insurance

Erie Insurance has been helping customers since 1925 with their auto, home, business, and life insurance needs.
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What Type of Insurance Do You Need to Run a Business?

Running a business comes with its own set of risks, and having the right insurance coverage is crucial to protect your venture. One comprehensive solution for business owners is a Business Owners Policy (BOP). Let's explore the types of insurance necessary for running a business and how a BOP can bundle essential coverage. Understanding the Essentials: Types of Business Insurance Ensuring the longevity and success...

Need a Fresh Start? 10 Tips to Achieve an Organized and Decluttered Home

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the chaos in your living space? Don't wait for spring to start a decluttering journey. Here are ten practical tips to help you achieve an organized and decluttered home. While you transform your living space, consider reviewing your homeowners insurance policy to ensure all your valuables are protected. Set Clear Goals: When decluttering your home, it's important to establish specific...

How to Clear Your Home of Bugs and Rodents

During the winter months, it’s common for you to open your doors to friends and family.But as the temperature drops, your home may become a destination for insects and rodents fleeing colder weather and looking for food. That makes your home an attractive option.Learn how to clear your home of bugs and rodents. What are the signs of an infestation?If insects or rodents have set...

Tire Chains: When You Can Use Them

If you’ve ever driven through a steep mountain pass, you may have noticed signs reading “chains or snow tires required.”These signs, often accompanied by flashing lights, are intended to warn drivers of hazardous winter weather driving conditions. When the lights are flashing, state traction laws are in effect, meaning drivers need to have the right tires or equipment to navigate the steep snow- or ice-covered...