Your home is likely the most valuable asset you own, your homeowner insurance policy should reflect its importance by insuring to full value. We encourage you to discuss and review your coverage annually, we’re here to help.
The idea of a house fire happening to us seems rare, but it is a common, unforeseen and an extreme event that happens more often than you think. Being a homeowner is a great privilege, but it comes with more responsibility than hosting dinner parties. You call your house your home, it is your shelter. Erie Mutual Insurance will provide protection for your home and your personal property. Fires are a common household accident and we will be here for you if a fire damages your home.
As a homeowner, we understand that there are many things that need taken care of, but these are 5 dangers that should never be ignored. We hope to bring our members valuable information that will help them identify and eliminate these dangers.
Erie Mutual Insurance agrees that vacations are good for you but as excited as we get, we cannot forget to protect our homes even when we are away. Home burglary often happens while owners are out of town.
A power outage can happen in any season and for multiple reasons. Often, high winds are a factor, but an auto accident or other sources can result in a damaged transformer leaving thousands without electricity. The reach can vary from only a section of your neighbourhood to an entire city or region and although your children may be disappointed that the television or internet is unavailable, there are much bigger concerns that you will need to contend with while the hydro is down. Will you be prepared?
So, your hobby has turned to a passion; you have gone from engaging in your favourite pass time for fun and perfected it and now you make some money on the side for it. Good for you! Congratulations on being self-employed, or at least partially.
Homeowners face uncertainty and risk each day, as do the insurance companies that insure the homeowner. Many areas are a concern to both insurer and homeowners whether it is acknowledged or not. Topics such as a change in climate, extreme weather conditions, as well as the homeowner themselves the consumer.
There are an abundance of e-bikes on the streets these days. And sometimes, on the sidewalks too! Some drivers with helmets, others without. E-Bikes that go zipping past at a good speed and others that seem to be moving slower than pedestrians walking alongside. We realize the need to find alternative transportation, considering the cost of owning a vehicle and the lack of public transit in some areas. But have e-bikes become a convenience or a nuisance on our roads?