Homeowners Insurance

It’s important to choose coverage that fits your needs. See what’s generally included in a typical homeowners policy and explore other coverages you may want to add.

Dwelling Coverage

Dwelling coverage can pay to repair or rebuild your home if damaged by a covered cause of loss. You will likely want to buy enough dwelling coverage to cover the estimated cost to repair or rebuild.

Other Structures Coverage

Other structures coverage can pay for covered damages to detached structures like garages, sheds and fences on your property.

Personal Property Coverage

Personal property coverage can pay you for the personal items in your home that may be damaged or destroyed by a covered cause of loss, which could include your furniture, clothes, sporting goods and electronics. Special limits of liability may apply to certain items.

Loss Of Use Coverage

Loss of use coverage can pay your additional living expenses if you must move out of your home temporarily while it’s being restored. This is subject to coverage terms and limits.

Personal Liability Coverage

Liability coverage can help protect you in the event of a claim and can provide a defense in the event of a lawsuit if you or a member of your household is responsible for causing bodily injury or property damage to others.

Additional Coverage

Additional options may include but are not limited to Special Personal Property, Contents Replacement Cost, Additional Replacement Cost Protection, Jewelry and Valuable Items, Personal Articles Floater, Water Backup and Sump Pump Discharge or Overflow, and more!

Home Insurance Deductible Limits

Your home insurance deductible is the amount of a covered claim that is your responsibility. The amount you choose for your insurance deductible depends on how much you’re prepared to pay if you have a covered loss.

Your home insurance coverage limits (the amount of homeowners insurance you buy) starts with your dwelling coverage. The limits of coverage for the other standard coverages in your homeowners policy are typically calculated as percentages of your dwelling limit.