If you have homeowners insurance, you may be inclined to think your home is completely covered in the case of fire. If you’re living in your own home – it will.
But if you are renting out a house or the house is vacant, THINK AGAIN.
Dwelling fire policies cover more than just fire but are more restrictive in coverage than a homeowner’s policy. Who are contenders for dwelling fire policies?
- Landlords who need to insure the building only
- Rental or Investment properties
- Seasonal properties or Secondary homes
- Homes under renovation or construction
- Older homes with low market value
- Vacant homes on the market for sale
- Garages and other owned structure off premise
- Other structures on premise used as a rental
Landlord Insurance that Offers Peace of Mind
Whether you are a landlord with one or more rental properties or have a cabin in the woods, call or stop in to Barr’s Insurance today to see what type of dwelling policy would best suit your needs.
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Barr's Insurance goes above and beyond...
We were unhappy with our current insurance company and contacted Rod at Barr’s during 2012 to try to switch mid-term. Rod worked very hard for us and was able to get quotes for our business policies, but at the time it would have cost more in cancellation fees so we decided not to move at the time. We contacted him again at the end of 2013 and once again he went above and beyond and was able to secure us coverage at a substantial savings from what we were currently paying. Everyone that we have dealt with at Barr’s has been great. The customer service is excellent and I would definitely recommend them to anyone for personal and or business coverage.
Strongland Roofing Systems