Severe weather has become a growing concern in Canada in recent years, which is why both homeowners and renters should get equipped with flood insurance in Slave Lake. It's estimated that half of all property claims can be attributed to damage caused by extreme weather, which has cost Canadians almost $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.
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 not the only thing that sets us apart. For the best customer service and advice about flood insurance coverage in Slave Lake, 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.
Until recently, Canada was one of the few developed nations without insurance against flooding rivers, lakes and other bodies of water. This anomaly was easy to see in 2013, when Canadians experienced their 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 Slave Lake. Start by taking our free online assessment to understand the level of risk to your property.
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.
Talk to your local Co-operators advisor about flood insurance in Slave Lake today and discover firsthand how we can help keep your family, your home and everything in it protected from the damaging effects of severe weather.
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Slave Lake has a public policy system that provides a minimum level of mandatory coverage to vehicle owners when they purchase license plates.