A home insurance policy is an essential investment for homeowners. It provides protection against various perils and accidents that can cause damage to their property and personal belongings. However, not all situations are covered by home insurance policies.
There are several means to purchase insurance. From online, over the phone, in person, through a broker or agent, to buying directly from an insurance company. Is there a benefit to one method over the other?
Bundling insurance occurs when you choose to buy several policies from the same provider. Many insurers offer the option to bundle multiple products together to save money on premiums. This is known as a multi-policy, multiline or multi-product discount.
How does living in a flood plain affect your home insurance?
You may have heard the terms "insurance company" and "insurance broker". You may have thought they meant the same thing, but there are differences between the two. Find out what defines an insurance company versus a broker, their strengths and questions to ask when choosing one over the other.
With so much thawing snow across Ontario, many homes will experience flooding. If you find yourself in this situation, below are key things to keep in mind.
The Insurance Bureau of Canada recommends the following tips for mitigating any damage or other issues from water damage from the Spring thaw and rainy weather...
We wrap up the Insurance Bureau of Canada's Spring tips series with 15 fire prevention recommendations:
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