How to make sure both owner and renter get the best out of a cottage rental when it comes to protection.
Seasonal maintenance may not be the most enjoyable part of fall, but it can save you headaches and money.
Learn surprising ways home insurance protects you, including identity theft, spoiled food, and stolen gravestones.
Water damage claims have surpassed fire claims as the number one cause of home insurance losses in much of the country. The weather can be unpredictable, but you can take precautions now to minimize the chance your home will sustain damage in advance of heavy rainfall, melting snow or a rapid spring thaw.
Will your insurance policy cover your personal property during a move? Get the lowdown on what you need to know.
As common as home insurance is, homeowners are not always clear on what is fact and what is fiction when it comes to their coverage.
Basement flooding in a home is never pretty, particularly when it involves a sewer backup. A backup usually occurs when your local sewage system’s capacity is exceeded due to heavy rainfalls. One of the tools at a homeowner’s disposal to minimize the risk of a sewer backup is the backwater valve.
Wildfires in Canada are shockingly common. On average, over the last decade, there have been more than 5,500 wildfires annually, and this number is expected to increase. A new report says measures could be taken to minimize the spread of a wildfire and the property damages caused while also improving the safety of area residents.
It’s official. A tornado ripped through a part of Barrie, Ontario. The damage is extensive for the homes hit. For some, it will be a matter of repairs, but for others, it will be a case of rebuilding. In both scenarios, the homeowner’s home insurance coverage will help them pick up the pieces.
You may be going about your business thinking your property insurance will cover anything and everything that happens in your home, but this isn't entirely true. There are times when it won't.