Boats & Recreational Vehicles

You work hard, and you play hard; and we can relate! Here in New England, there are countless ways to spend our free time in the great outdoors, and sometimes that leads to purchasing a recreational vehicle. Choosing the right insurance coverage is as important as picking the right make, model, and color of that new boat or four-wheeler. That’s where Mason & Mason comes in.

Our Account Managers sit with clients to discuss the risks that these adventure machines present and the corresponding coverage options that matter most. We look at the big picture and determine ways to bundle and save. We take care of protecting your purchase, so you have the freedom to enjoy your vehicle. After all, that’s why you bought it!

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Recreational Vehicles We Can Help With:

Boats & Yachts

We insure pontoon boats, yachts, fishing vessels, and inboard and outboard motorboats.

Other Personal Watercraft

Solutions are available for wave runners, Sea-Doos and jet skis.

Off-Road Vehicles

If you play hard on snowmobiles, dirt bikes, ATVs, or side-by-sides, we can help.

Travel Trailers

Customize your coverage according to your specific travel trailer and your needs.

5th Wheel Trailers

When towing a 5th wheel trailer, it needs its own specifically designed insurance policy.

RVs & Motorhomes

Proper protection will not be found within a typical personal auto policy, so a custom solution is necessary.

Your Personal Insurance Program Team

“Twenty-eight years with reliable and dependable service from you. You are just like family to us!!!!!  You are the best!”

Jane & Tom Fuery, Rockland

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Your fireplace looks beautiful and adds warmth to your home. It can also be a fire hazard, though. Protect your home and family as you enjoy the beautiful ambiance when you follow a fireplace maintenance schedule and implement safety tips this winter.

Check the Chimney

An essential part of your fireplace, the chimney needs a thorough inspection once a year. Hire a professional to look for cracks and other damage and to clean out combustible buildup like creosote. Then, secure a spark-arrestor screen to the chimney as you prevent dangerous sparks from escaping and damaging animals from entering.

Start the Fire Safely

Before you light a relaxing fire, open the flue. Start the fire with only approved materials like newspaper and dry logs. Once you have the fire going, don’t use it to burn holiday gift wrapping or grill food.

Maintain the Screen or Door

Every fireplace needs a safety screen or glass door. It prevents sparks from flying into your home and discourages your children or pets from reaching into the fireplace. Ensure the screen is constantly in place and free from any damage as you reduce accidental burns and other injuries.

Remove Combustibles

Flammable rugs, draperies, paper and other combustibles should be located at least three feet away from the fireplace. Otherwise, these combustible materials could cause a fire.

Use the Right Tools

Metal tools safely adjust logs and remove ash. Store them near the fireplace (but out of your children’s reach!)

Provide Proper Supervision

Always supervise your fire. If left unattended, sparks could start a fire in your home or your children or pets could walk into the bright but hot embers.

Remove Ash and Coal Properly

A one-inch layer of ash in the firebox insulates the fire. To remove excess ash or coals, wait until they’re completely cool. Use an ash vacuum or metal shovel, and place the materials in a secure metal container outdoors.

You’ll safely enjoy your fireplace all season when you use proper fireplace maintenance procedures. For more fireplace safety tips, visit This Old House online. Keeping your home in top condition can actually help reduce your insurance premiums. Give us a call today to update your home insurance policy and provide a layer of protection for your family and house.