There are several ways you can save on homeowners, renters, or condo insurance. Learning about the coverage options we have available is the first step. Let's go over a few of our top suggestions that can help you save money!
Some of these coverage options may not be available based on your policy. Give us a call and we'll help you determine which ones fit your policy.
We offer discounts that are based on the age of the policyholder, using paperless documentation, and the features of your home, rental, or condo.
If a policyholder listed on the policy is age 55 or older, this discount is automatically applied to the premium.
You are eligible for this discount if your community meets at least one of the two following security requirements:
Your subdivision or community has a single entry and is protected by a 24-hour security patrol.
All entrances to the community are protected by 24-hour manned or passkey gates.
Note: Seasonal residents are not eligible for this credit.
If you have a central burglar or central fire alarm, you are eligible for a credit.
Documentation that shows proof of installation is required and could include an installation certificate, monitoring contract, or a letter from the installation/monitoring company.
If you have sprinklers located throughout your home in every room, including closets, you are eligible for this discount. Documentation is required and could include a fire inspection report.
Note: Sprinklers in crawl spaces, attics, garages, screened porches, etc. are not required for full credit.
How much is your home protected from high winds and high-speed projectiles? The more your home is protected from wind and impact-resistant features, the more you can save.
Also known as Windstorm Mitigation, these features determine how well your home will withstand the impact of high winds and projectiles. These features must be verified by a licensed inspector on an 1802 Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection Form.
We offer discounts based on the design of your roof, including the shape, slope, and soffit of the roof.
Roofs of homes in Florida generally come in 3 shapes: flat, gable, or hip. If your roof has a hip shape, which looks like a pyramid, you may be eligible for this discount.
Roof slope is the measure of the steepness of your roof. To qualify for this discount, an inspection must be performed at the policyholder's expense and the roof must have a high slope.
A soffit is part of the cornice or eave, where the roof meets the walls. If your roof soffit is made of wood, you are eligible for this credit.
Note: Some homes don't have soffits.
You are eligible for this credit if your home has one of these types of siding:
Hardiplank or Hardipanel (cement fibers)
If your home is newly built, you may qualify for a discount.
If you elect to have your documents sent to you via email only, you will receive a discount.
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