There’s an often-unrecognized impact on your insurance that comes with owning a pool: It raises the value of your property.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a spike in insurance fraud, and it’s probably going to get worse before it gets better. Learn what to look out for and how to avoid it.
If you’re planning on firing up a fireworks show to celebrate Canada Day in your backyard this year, put safety first to prevent fireworks-related accidents and injuries, and ensure you understand the liability portion of your home insurance policy.
From the roof to the basement to the outdoor living space and the garage, many things go into your home insurance rate. And, just like auto insurance, home insurance rates can vary substantially between insurers for the same home at the same address. But what affects your home insurance rate specifically?
Roughly 12,000 houses catch fire in Canada each year and fires originating from within the home are the most common culprit. And, sometimes the culprit is a household item we rely on every day, an appliance.
As emergencies go, one could certainly argue we’re in the middle of one right now with the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown. And while you may have most of what you need to ride out the pandemic at home (Netflix, toilet paper, and a pre-set grocery delivery each week), do you have what you need in your home emergency kit if a severe storm hit causing a power outage for days?
A round-up of the latest on COVID-19 relief measures by insurers in Canada.
Spring and the COVID-19 lockdown presents a chance to inspect your living environment for any problems that could get worse and pose a safety threat to you and your family.
Water is sneaky. It can find countless ways into your home uninvited. When you have water woes, are you covered under your home insurance?
A state of emergency was declared in both Ontario and Alberta. How does it affect your home insurance even if you don’t leave your house?