Contact an insurance expert at Shoff Darby Insurance Agency today to get a free and competitive homeowner insurance quote, or get a homeowner insurance quote online right now.
Bookmark our mobile website on your phone for quick & easy access to important claims and accident info. learn more »
Estimate Your Home Value to Match Coverage Limits in Connecticut (Mar 3) — Your home may be worth as much or more than your retirement account. As a result, it makes sense to track your home insurance as carefully as you... read more »
Your home is probably your most valuable asset, both as an investment and as your sanctuary in a hectic world. When your home is damaged or destroyed, you need your home insurance claim settled by an insurance company that understands this simple fact. Coverage availability and prices may vary by company. Shoff Darby Insurance Agency can help you determine which of several companies we represent will best meet your needs and provide the most valuable combination of tailored homeowner insurance coverage, quality service and fair pricing.
Whether you own or rent, insuring the place you call home can help protect you financially if you suffer a loss due to fire, theft, vandalism, or other covered events. Depending on where you live - a house, apartment, or condo – the right home insurance policy can provide you peace of mind as well as the money you need to repair or replace your home and belongings. It will also cover you in the event someone is injured while on your property and wins a legal judgment against you.
Connecticut homeowner insurance policies differ by which losses are covered, which coverages you choose, and what type of residence you own. You choose which insurance policy is best for you, whether it’s a comprehensive policy that cover losses such as fire, hail, smoke, falling objects, vandalism and theft of personal property, or whether it’s a policy that covers only specified losses.
The four types of homeowners insurance coverage are:
Structural and Personal Belongings coverages are available on an actual cash value (ACV) basis or at full replacement cost. ACV coverage considers the current market value of an item based on its age and condition. So, if you purchased a television for $400 four years ago, the value today would be significantly less than it was when you purchased it. ACV coverage would depreciate the item's value to determine the current value. Full replacement cost considers the current cost to replace an item.
Make an inventory of your home and personal belongings. If possible, make a list as well as take photos or video - using two inventory methods can help expedite the claim resolution process. Keep this list somewhere other than your home. Keep in mind that your homeowners insurance policy doesn't cover damages caused by poor or deferred maintenance on your part.
© 2014 Shoff Darby Companies, Incorporated
Employee Email / Employee Access