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4th of July Firework Displays

June 29th, 2017

The year is flying by.  It seems like yesterday we were being drenched with rain, cold and barely a sight of blue skies. With 4th of July just days away, there are a number of different ways to view and enjoy fireworks.  Hint…. there are more displays than just on Lake Union. Here are a…Read More

Seattle Boat Show 2017… a sign of spring?

January 16th, 2017

The Boat Show… the boat show… Well, it might be too soon to get excited about spring but it’s on its way.  If you are in the market for Boat Insurance, stay tuned. While Seattle hasn’t yet been hit quite as hard as other areas of the country, it has been more winter like than in…Read More

Best Holiday Lights in Snohomish County

December 16th, 2016

For many years our family would enjoy jumping in the car, popping in the Mannheim Steamroller’s Christmas CD, and sip hot chocolate while enjoying the Christmas light display in the Fir Grove neighborhood near Silver Lake.  It’s amazing when you see a neighborhood come alive in the middle of winter with creative lights and sounds,…Read More

Lowland Snow in Puget Sound

December 2nd, 2016

Anytime we hear about snow in the Puget Sound area, it’s greeted with a mix of emotions.  Some love it, and some hate it. As the locals know we don’t get snow very often and when it does it rarely sticks around for long.  It takes a specific recipe of the right ingredients and perfect timing…Read More

Stormy Weather Toolkit v2.0

October 12th, 2016

While storms can happen anytime of the year, we thought it would be a good idea to post an updated version of our Stormy Weather Toolkit given the news of the big storms about to hit our area over the next few days. Are you prepared for the storm?  A few things to check for…Read More

Auto Insurance & Liability Limits

May 20th, 2016

When selecting your auto insurance, you need to consider the right amount of coverage. While there are state laws requiring a certain amount of Liability Coverage (25,000/50,000/10,000 in Washington State), that amount does not go far if you’ve injured someone and there are medical costs, loss of wages, property damage or other losses that occur….Read More

Fishing and Family Traditions

April 26th, 2016

Our family has been on Martha Lake for over 50 years now.  This has brought a number of traditions, including participating in Opening Day of Fishing Season. While the festivities have evolved over time, spending time together as a family enjoying a solid day of fishing has been a cornerstone.   This year was no…Read More

Earthquake Insurance

March 30th, 2016

It’s a gorgeous spring day in Seattle.  The months of rain and darkness make a day like this worth it.  While the threat of flooding, wind, ice and snow are not top of mind for us on a day like this, the invisible threat of earthquake is. Earthquakes continue to be a common topic, especially for…Read More

Stormy Weather Toolkit

March 10th, 2016

Although we are entering spring time, it’s not uncommon for us to get a few more blasts of stormy weather in our area. In addition to preparing your home and area for stormy events (securing outdoor furniture, garbage cans, etc.) once the storm hits there are a few things you can watch or listen to…Read More

Safeco Key Agent for 2016

March 2nd, 2016

Safeco Insurance® honors Robert D. Gregg & Sons, Inc. with membership in the Safeco® Key Agent Program For the second year in a row Robert D. Gregg & Sons, Inc. has been selected for membership in the Safeco Key Agent Program, which recognizes the outstanding achievement and partnership of only the best agencies. Only 10% of independent…Read More

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