Canada has experienced an increasing number of severe storms in recent years, which means the time is right for Rocky Mountain House homeowners, renters and landlords to start considering flood insurance. Did you know that around half of all property claims are the direct result of weather-related water and wind damage, which has cost Canadians nearly $10 billion in insurance claims since 1998? Rest assured you can now obtain coverage against extreme weather in Alberta with Comprehensive Water insurance from The Co-operators.
The cost of repairing flood damage can set homeowners back thousands of dollars, which is why we provide reasonably priced flood damage insurance. But that’s not the only thing we have to offer. With our strong network of advisors across Rocky Mountain House and beyond, you’ll have access to the best customer service and expert advice on flood insurance coverage. After all, this type of insurance is relatively new to Canada, so you need to know more than just the price on the quote. As a co-operative for the last 70 plus years, we have plenty of experience putting our members and communities first—that’s why you should work with us!
Up until a few years ago, flood insurance did not exist in Canada. This anomaly was easy to see in 2013, when Canadians experienced their worst-ever year for weather-related damage. However, you can now feel good knowing The Co-operators offers Comprehensive Water coverage to clients in Rocky Mountain House and across Alberta. Get started by using our free online assessment to find out your home’s risk level right now.
If you clear your storm drains and eavestroughs and install window wells around your basement windows, you can mitigate the risk of unwanted water causing damage to your home.
Speak to your Co-operators advisor about flood insurance in Rocky Mountain House today and you'll see how we can protect your property against the effects of extreme and unpredictable weather.
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Rocky Mountain House has a public policy system that provides a minimum level of mandatory coverage to vehicle owners when they purchase license plates.