Vacant Home Insurance
An empty house is an inviting target for vandals, yet it might not be covered for the damage they cause.
While homeowner’s policies may continue to cover fire and other hazards, vandalism to a vacant home is specifically excluded by most policies. Theft, damage caused by frozen pipes, and windows broken by any means may also be denied coverage. Castle Edge Insurance Agency offers Vacant Property and Liability Insurance for just such situations.
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It is important that you have liability protection and coverage for damage to your vehicle in the event you are in an accident.
Flood damage is not typically covered by a homeowner’s insurance policy. 20% of Flood claims are within low risk areas.
You still need coverage for your personal property, even though your condo association may have coverage.
A recreational vehicle faces the same dangers on the road as an auto and it requires special insurance.
Your home is your most important asset. We will help design a policy that provides the protection you need.
While a landlord’s insurance typically covers structural damage, it won’t protect your personal property from fire, theft and other disaster.
Umbrella liability insurance takes over where your home and auto insurance leave off.
If you own a boat or personal watercraft it may not be covered on your homeowner’s policy.