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It’s your home. You should protect it with the best homeowners insurance policy for you and your family. It’s important to understand what your policy does and does not cover. Home insurance typically includes coverage for your home, your belongings, your living expenses in an emergency, medical coverage and liability insurance. The Resource Center is a home insurance company, and our experts will walk you through these options and help you decide what combination is best for you.
Protecting you in three ways
This part of your policy generally pays to repair or rebuild your home if it is damaged or destroyed by fire, hurricane, hail, lightning or covered peril listed in your policy. It generally does not pay for damage caused by a flood, earthquake or wear and tear. When purchasing coverage for the structure of your home, make sure to buy enough to rebuild your home. It’s important to review this coverage on an annual basis to make sure your coverage is sufficient.
Your furniture, clothes and other personal belongings are usually covered if they are stolen or destroyed by fire, hurricane or other covered peril. It will be important to conduct a home inventory to determine if your coverage is sufficient. This part of your policy may also include off-premises coverage, which means that your belongings are covered anywhere in the world. Every policy is different, so contact our experts if you have any questions.
If your home is damaged because of a fire, storm or other covered peril and you can’t live in it, this coverage pays the costs of living someplace else while your home is repaired or you find another place to live. While your home is being rebuilt, hotel bills, restaurant meals and other living expenses are covered. Coverage for additional living expenses differs from company to company and varies based on your unique needs.
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