With basic home insurance, you can protect your home and personal belongings against such threats as fire, hail, windstorm, theft, vandalism and water damage due to a leaky roof or plumbing problems. The amount of protection you receive will depend on the limits of your policy. As part of your personal goods, valuables also receive a measure of protection under a standard home insurance policy. This protection, however, may not cover the entire worth of your valuables due to limits on your policy, leaving you with no choice but to pay the rest out of pocket. At Safechoice Insurance Agency, we can help you determine insurance coverage that will fully protect all the valuables in your Rochester, MN home.
What Valuables May Not be Fully Covered by a Standard Home Insurance Policy?
Depending on their worth, such items as pricey jewelry, furs, works of art, antiques, heirlooms and rare coin collections may not be fully covered by basic home insurance. You can, however, obtain additional coverage to protect these items. This coverage known as a "floater," comes with higher limits to cover the repair or replacement cost of expensive valuables. By having your valuables professionally appraised, you can determine their current value. This gives you a better idea of how much coverage you need to protect them against damage or loss.
Importance of Protecting Valuables
You can’t predict when a disaster will strike but you can be prepared for the outcome with insurance coverage. Protecting valuables with a floater enables you to recoup your losses if these goods were to be stolen or damaged in an unforeseen disaster. When it comes to treasured goods, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
To learn more about insurance protection for your home, personal goods and valuables, contact us at Safechoice Insurance Agency in Rochester, MN.