4 Things They Don’t Warn You About When You Make an Insurance Claim

2019-11-07T20:00:09+00:00

You buy home insurance and pay the premiums so that if anything happens, your family has the money to repair the damage and rebuild. You contracted for the right to make a claim on that coverage if a fire or flood damage your home, but the insurance claim process can be overwhelming.

4 Things They Don’t Warn You About When You Make an Insurance Claim2019-11-07T20:00:09+00:00

What to Do When a Wind Storm Damages Your Home

2019-10-31T20:10:22+00:00

Wind storms can happen just about anywhere. Although some of the most devastating damage comes from tornadoes and hurricanes, high winds can also be the result of low-pressure weather systems, thunderstorms, or air moving over the mountains.

What to Do When a Wind Storm Damages Your Home2019-10-31T20:10:22+00:00

How to Handle Sewer Backup Damage

2019-10-31T20:11:55+00:00

Summer in Canada often means intense rainfall. As the humidity climbs higher, so does the likelihood of thunderstorms that can bring heavy rain in a short period of time. The increased waters dumped into the ground brings with it an increased risk of sewage backups.

How to Handle Sewer Backup Damage2019-10-31T20:11:55+00:00

Glossary: Key Insurance Terms

2019-10-31T21:05:08+00:00

Reading your home insurance policy can feel like a real challenge. Policies are loaded with terms and jargon that the average homeowner should not be expected to know. With that in mind, we have put together a list of some of the key insurance terms you are likely to come across while reviewing your policy.

Glossary: Key Insurance Terms2019-10-31T21:05:08+00:00

What Can You Do When the Mortgage Company Has Your Insurance Money?

2019-10-31T20:15:47+00:00

Your mortgagee will often be included as a co-payable on the portion of your insurance claim that covers structural damage. Most mortgages include clauses that make the mortgagee a co-payable on your home insurance policy because the bank or lender relies on the house itself as collateral.

What Can You Do When the Mortgage Company Has Your Insurance Money?2019-10-31T20:15:47+00:00

How You Can Update Your Home Insurance Following a Claim

2019-10-31T20:17:32+00:00

In the wake of loss or damage to your property from a disaster like a house fire, you may consider reducing or changing your insurance coverages. It is a move that might seem to make sense and save money. After all: why would you need to insure contents or structures that no longer exist? Repairs can be time-consuming and paying lower premiums until they are complete seems to make good financial sense.

How You Can Update Your Home Insurance Following a Claim2019-10-31T20:17:32+00:00

Your Guide to Liability Insurance and Fire Insurance Claims

2019-10-31T20:25:15+00:00

House fires can start from countless, seemingly minor, acts or issues; and not all of those sources come from within the home itself. If you are having work done on your home, contractors bring many new and unanticipated fire-risks with them, from new electrical equipment to discarded cigarette butts.

Your Guide to Liability Insurance and Fire Insurance Claims2019-10-31T20:25:15+00:00