Auto/Car Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, and Business/Commercial Insurance for Mercer and All of Pennsylvania
Clapper Insurance Agency was established in 2002 and is located in Mercer, Pennsylvania. We have decades of insurance writing experience in Pennsylvania and Ohio, and you can be confident that we will find the best insurance coverage for all that matters most to you: family, business and assets. Though we hope that you never experience an accident or disaster situation, we want to make sure that you are not caught unprepared.
We compare insurance rates from multiple providers, with the goal of providing the best possible coverage at the best possible price. We work with top insurance carriers that provide homeowners insurance, farm insurance, auto insurance, life and health insurances, motorcycle insurance and more. If life has changed and updated insurance is needed, or if you are simply looking to find a new insurance provider, contact us today!
Most people are clear on which type of gas their car needs. But not as many are clear on the differences between regular and premium gas. What’s the difference? One obvious difference is the price—premium fuel typically costs about 20 cents more per gallon than regular gas. Premium fuel also comes with a higher octane level—92 or 93 compared to 87 for regular gas. (You... Read Article
Pets are members of our family and more often than ever they go wherever we go – even for an outing on the water. Whether your boat passengers have four legs or two, you’ll want to do all that you can to keep everyone safe as you sail or motor across the surf. To compile a list of the top boater safety tips, we asked... Read Article
There’s an exciting career revolution taking place – say hello to the “gig economy” (AKA, the side hustle), a booming new job market characterized by workers who call their own shots, set their own schedules and control their own destinies. According to the Chicago Tribune reports, “There's no hard data yet on the size of this labor force. Some say it represents less than 10... Read Article