5 Things You don’t know about Home Insurance – Part 3
By Terria Gallagher
It’s February and since it’s all things love this month, this gives me an opportunity to talk about why we insurance agents love homeowners insurance. In this five part series, I will discuss protecting the heart of your family, your home. I will touch on coverages that may be missing from your homeowner’s policy and why it’s important to have these coverages.
In Part 1, I discussed home improvements, like remodeling or adding an addition, along with installing a new HVAC System or Furnace. In Part 2, I talked about flood coverage and how flood damage is not covered by a standard home insurance policy.
I’m excited to share Part 3 – Personal Property off Premises.
Did you know that your homeowners’ policy will provide some coverage for personal property items outside of your home in places such as dorm room, storage units and hotel rooms? Check out my video below and then give us a call at 800-832-4689 to review your personal property limit today.
Be on the lookout for the rest of my video series in the days to come. Knowing that you’re protected is important and I, along with the rest of the MAX Insurance Agency team, can assist you in helping you check your home insurance coverage. Contact us today at 800-832-4689 or complete our Check Coverage Form. We would be happy to assist you with your home insurance needs throughout our four service locations in Overland Park, KS; Goshen, IN; Harrisonburg, VA; Fayetteville, PA and other states where we are licensed.
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I have 17 years of experience in the insurance industry. When not working I enjoy attending my son's sporting events from football to basketball to baseball. I also love spending time with my 2 sons, 1 daughter and granddaughters. I have 3 fur babies (dogs) that keep me hopping. I also enjoy working in the yard and refurbishing furniture. My favorite vacations are anywhere with a beach.