Protect Your Largest Asset
For most of us our homes are the biggest single purchase we will ever make so having appropriate insurance coverage is critical.
Each homeowner has specific needs for their coverage which can be dependent on a number of criteria including geographic location, the age of the home, recent renovations, proximity to bodies of water and so many more. Your home insurance policy should provide you with the peace of mind to know that you and your family will be protected in the event that something unimaginable should happen.
The team at All-Risks Insurance Brokers Danforth understands that your requirements for a home insurance policy are unique and will take the time to discuss those needs with you. It seems obvious that the policy should at a minimum, cover damage to both the interior and exterior of your home but the circumstances of how the damage occurs may play a factor in whether you are covered for the repairs. Other things that you may want to consider when purchasing a homeowners policy include:
- Will the contents of your home- your clothes, jewelry, electronics, etc.- be replaced if they are stolen or damaged or destroyed?
- Will you be protected should your dog bite a neighbour?
- How will my policy protect me if someone falls and is injured on my property?
The friendly neighbourhood-style team at All-Risks Insurance Brokers Danforth has the experience needed to understand what your unique needs are and to also address other coverage needs you may not have been aware of.
Protecting your single largest and most valuable asset is important to providing you with the financial and emotional peace of mind you require.
Insurance that protects your personal belongings, as well as any improvements you have made to the unit -if you own it.
While renting, it is recommended to protect your belongings against events such as theft, fire and other losses that can occur. Without coverage, you will be responsible to replace all of your items.
Coverage for your rental property will protect the building or unit itself as well as any contents you have within the building or unit.