Frees Advice

Phone A Friend: Kristen McGee

Posted on August 18, 2017 by Taylor Payne

“Phone A Friend” is a series that highlights friends and leaders of the Phoenixville community. Our phones have become part of our identities, so we got an inside look as to how these people utilize their phones in and out of the office. This week, Frees Insurance is highlighting Kristen McGee. Kristen is the Executive Director of Ann’s Heart in Phoenixville. Ann’s Heart…

Thunderstorm Preparedness

Posted on July 27, 2017 by Taylor Payne

This has certainly been a tempestuous weather month. Super-hot. Thunderstorms containing torrential downpours and crazy lightning. According to the National Weather Service severe thunderstorms can contains winds in excess of 58 MPG and large hail. Is there any way to deal with one of Mother Nature’s most severe outburst of energy? It is important to understand the difference between a Watch and a…

Phone A Friend: Lara Lorenzi

Posted on by Taylor Payne

“Phone A Friend” highlights friends and leaders of the Phoenixville community. Our phones have become part of our identities, so we got an inside look as to how these people utilize their phones in and out of the office. This week, Frees Insurance is highlighting Executive Director of the Phoenixville Library, Lara Lorenzi.

Let’s Phone A Friend…

What is your most-used app?
Facebook…

Road Trip Preparedness

Posted on July 10, 2017 by Taylor Payne

roadside assistance

The best part about going on vacation in your car? No TSA. No delayed flights. No airline food. (I think the stuff you buy is worse than what they used to give you.) Traveling by car does have its own challenges. Getting ready for the trip can make all of the difference between have a great vacation and have a terrible one. I would recommend…

Phone A Friend: Emily Simmons

Posted on July 7, 2017 by Taylor Payne

“Phone A Friend” highlights friends and leaders of the Phoenixville community. Our phones have become part of our identities, so we got an inside look as to how these people utilize their phones in and out of the office. This week, Frees Insurance is highlighting Emily Simmons.

Emily is the Director of Development for Association for the Colonial Theatre. She is also a co-organizer…

4th of July

Posted on June 30, 2017 by Taylor Payne

t’s almost time for the celebration of American Independence. What a wonderful occasion. While this great country is certainly not perfect, it is one of the greatest institutions of freedom in the history of the world. In addition to taking time out this coming week to enjoy the usual festivities of picnics, fireworks, family gatherings, and vacation, we should all take time to remember…

Phone A Friend: Lauren Coy

Posted on June 23, 2017 by Taylor Payne

Frees Insurance is happy to introduce “Phone A Friend.” This series highlights friends and leaders of the Phoenixville community. Our phones have become part of our identities, so we got an inside look as to how these people utilize their phones in and out of the office.
Lauren Coy is the Director of Development for the Phoenixville Public Library. Most recently, she played an instrumental…

Students Home for the Summer

Posted on May 24, 2017 by Taylor Payne

The middle of summer presents the challenge of trying to cut grass in between rain storms and it also means it is time to deal with college students moving home from school. Sentinel changes like this are always a reason to stop and consider whether there are any changes needed for your car or home insurance. On the home insurance, there is always the concern…

Thinking About Driving For Uber?

Posted on May 2, 2017 by Taylor Payne

Flexible hours and a “guaranteed” first month’s pay of $5000?! It seems too good to be true. It is. Don’t get me wrong, I am huge fan of Uber. I regularly use the taxi service in New York CIty, Washington DC, and even West Chester, PA.

For those of you who have yet to hear of Uber, it is essentially a taxi service…

Insurance vs. Warranty: Pt. II

Posted on April 24, 2017 by Taylor Payne

Homeowners Insurance: Uncovered
My grandfather used to tell me that words are very powerful “You could tell someone that their beauty is timeless and they could hear you say that their face could stop a clock.” We seem to pay less attention to words now more than ever. Insurance, though, is a contract. This contract describes in very precise terms when “perils” are and when…