Why do I need Home Insurance?
Buying a home is probably the largest single investment you have ever made. For most people, a home is their biggest and most important asset; their life savings tied up in four walls and its contents. No matter how well built, homes are vulnerable to fire, theft and other risks. Recovering from a loss like a sewer back-up, fire and smoke damage, or the theft of your possessions would cost more than most people could manage on their own.
Home insurance protects you from having to pay out a huge amount at once, often at the very worst time emotionally. At Noble Insurance, we want to help you feel safe and protected — all year round.
Should the worst occur, we’re here to make sure you’re sufficiently protected. If you face the need to rebuild your home, we’ll look beyond market value to an accurate indication of rebuilding costs, understanding the unique features of your residence, and surveying the costs to build in our area. Your homeowner’s policy may insure the contents of your son’s or daughter’s belongings while they attend post-secondary school, or your parents’ belongings if they’re in a retirement or nursing home.
Your Noble broker has up-to-date knowledge of owning property here in the Georgian Bay area. Since Noble brokers deal with many different insurance companies, they will seek out the coverage that is best for you, tailoring your policy to suit your individual needs and budget.
So when you look out your window to take in the amazing views of our area, have true peace of mind. Go ahead and relax in your primary, secondary or seasonal residence, because we’ve got you covered.
Condo owners require unique coverage. Let the Noble Insurance team guide you in the right direction.
Your cottage is your home-away-from-home, and it needs the same reliable, high-quality protection. Insure your treasured retreat today.
Gain peace of mind knowing that your investment is protected for loss against unexpected events.
If you rent the place you call home, your contents are not covered under your landlord’s home or condo policy. Alternatively, if you are held responsible for a loss in your unit, you could be liable. Protect yourself with a tenants’ package.