As the frequency of severe storms in Canada continues to increase, it's clear that homeowners, renters and landlords in Rocky Mountain House are right to start thinking about 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? Fortunately, you can put an end to your worries with Comprehensive Water coverage, a new offering in Alberta from The Co-operators.
Flood damage can cost homeowners thousands of dollars to repair, but our flood damage insurance is affordably priced. Yet that's not the only thing that sets us apart. With our network of advisors in Alberta and beyond, you can expect exceptional service and expert advice about 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. 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.
It wasn’t until very recently that Canadians were able to obtain insurance against overland flooding. Depending upon your needs, critical illness insurance coverage may provide lump sum benefit amounts which can range from $25, 000 to $2, 000, 000. For that reason, we're proud to provide Comprehensive Water coverage for our clients in cities across Alberta, including Rocky Mountain House. If you need to determine the risk to your home, there's also our easy-to-use online assessment tool.
By clearing eavestroughs, putting window wells around basement windows and making sure storm drains are clear of debris, you can help prevent unwanted water from making it into your home.
Get in touch with your local Co-operators advisor about flood insurance in Rocky Mountain House today and learn more about the ways in which we can protect your home and everything in it against the damaging effects of severe 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.