Severe weather is becoming increasingly problematic for Canadian homeowners, renters and landlords; as a result, it’s extremely important to have flood insurance in Ponoka. 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. It's time to learn how you can protect your property against the worst weather Alberta has to offer with Comprehensive Water coverage from The Co-operators.
Flood damage can cost thousands of dollars for homeowners to repair, but our flood damage insurance is fairly priced. Yet that’s just one example of what sets us apart. With our strong network of advisors across Ponoka and beyond, you’ll have access to the best customer service and expert advice on flood insurance coverage. After all, it’s only natural you’d have questions beyond cost when this type of insurance is relatively new to Canada. 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.
Up until a few years ago, flood insurance did not exist in Canada. Albertans especially won’t be soon to forget that 2013 was Canada’s worst-ever year for weather-related damage. Rest assured, The Co-operators now provides Comprehensive Water insurance for clients in Ponoka and across Alberta. Find out your home’s risk level by taking our free online assessment now.
There are steps you can take to keep unwanted water out your home, including clearing eavestroughs, installing window wells around your basement windows and keeping storm drains clear of leaves and other debris.
Connect with your Co-operators advisor about flood insurance in Ponoka today and find out how we can help protect your loved ones, your home and everything in it against the effects of extreme weather.
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Ponoka has a public policy system that provides a minimum level of mandatory coverage to vehicle owners when they purchase license plates.