Category: Homeowners

Our Relationships Within Our Agency



Previously we discussed the value in doing business with a local independent insurance agency such as Cheney Insurance.  We add value to the service we provide to you by building positive professional relationships with the insurance carriers we represent. Just as vital are the positive professional relationships we build with one another.  Courteous and respectful service […]

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Our Relationships with Insurance Carriers



In our last post we discussed value in doing business with your local insurance agency.  In this post we will discuss the relationships that Cheney Insurance has with the Insurance Carriers we represent and why that adds value to you. At Cheney Insurance, we carefully choose the insurance companies we represent.  We work with over […]

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Your Local Independent Insurance Agency



Hundreds of millions of advertising dollars are spent by national direct insurance carriers (State Farm, Geico, Farmers Insurance…) telling you that switching will save you money.  Creative advertising may entertain us, but are there real savings? We believe there is greater value in doing business with a local independent agency like Cheney Insurance. Industry Standards […]

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Vacationing at your house?



Maine has been known by the slogan Vacationland since 1936 when it first appeared on the Maine license plate.  Those of us who live here agree that Maine is a great vacation destination. With the influx of vacationers opportunities for our many local businesses and entrepreneurs increase. Vacationers stay at campgrounds, hotels, inns and B&Bs, […]

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Spring’s Arrival and Hungry Bears

Spring's Arrival and Hungry Bears

Spring officially arrived March 20th, though it is just beginning to feel like it here in Midcoast Maine. One of the many harbingers of Spring are hungry bears. The Lincoln County News recently reported on bear sightings in Bristol and Damariscotta. Each year, in Spring and early Summer the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife […]

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