The number of severe storms in Canada has risen dramatically in recent years, which means homeowners, renters and landlords in Boyle are more aware about flood insurance than ever before. What you may not realize is just how financially damaging extreme weather can be: severe conditions have cost Canadians nearly $10 billion in insurance claims since 1998, and half of all property claims today are the result of water and wind damage. Fortunately, you can put an end to your worries with Comprehensive Water coverage, a new offering in Alberta from The Co-operators.
It’s possible for homeowners to be stuck with a bill in the thousands for flood damage repair, which is why we provide affordable flood damage insurance. Yet that’s just one example of what sets us apart. For the best customer service and advice about flood insurance coverage in Boyle, you can count on our network of experienced advisors. After all, this type of insurance is somewhat new to Canada, so you’ll need details about your coverage beyond price. Work with us and find out why we've thrived as a co-operative for more than 70 years—always putting our members and communities first.
Canada was one of the only developed nations without flooding insurance until recently. This coverage gap was highlighted in 2013, the country’s worst-ever year for weather-related damage. That's why we're pleased to introduce Comprehensive Water coverage for our valued clients in cities across Alberta, including Boyle. Start by taking our free online assessment to understand the level of risk to your property.
You can be proactive about minimizing water damage to your home by installing downspouts, sealing cracks in your foundation, cleaning your eavestroughs and ensuring storm drains are clear of leaves and other debris.
Your Co-operators advisor can tell you all about our flood insurance in Boyle—and how our coverage can protect your loved ones, your home and everything in it when extreme weather strikes.
As a responsible corporate citizen, we believe in balancing our economic, environmental and social priorities. In fact,
Boyle has a public policy system that provides a minimum level of mandatory coverage to vehicle owners when they purchase license plates.