How to Avoid an Insurance Claim this Winter
Depending on where you live, the winter is often an eventful season, where freezing temperatures and fierce snowstorms are often expected as part of the winter norm. Even if the weather is more forgiving, the inevitable cold temperatures can bring the need for costly repairs, and winter homeowners insurance claims can significantly raise the amount you have to pay on the next year’s premiums. If you’re adequately prepared, there are many risks of damage that can be avoided, reducing or eliminating the need for costly insurance claims.
Below we’ll list some of the most common winter homeowners insurance claims and what can be done to safeguard your home from these types of damages.
What Types of Vehicle Insurance Do I Need?
Getting auto insurance for your car or truck is a given, but did you know there are several other vehicles that also require insurance? If you just upgraded your summer toys this year to include a new boat, ATV, RV camper or antique vehicle, don’t forget to insure those too. In some provinces, insurance is mandatory, but even when it’s not, insurance is your best protection from liability claims and having to pay out of pocket for damages and losses. Learn more about the different types of vehicle insurance you may need and why.