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Do you own a cottage or a second home? If so, there may be nothing more enjoyable than spending the weekend away, relaxing, and without a care in the world. Just like your home, though, you need comprehensive insurance to protect this property. When it comes to cottage insurance, people in Barrie, Aurora, Newmarket, Richmond Hill or surrounding areas should not overlook the importance and value of turning to our insurance team.

Why Seasonal Dwelling Insurance is Beneficial

As cottage insurance brokers, you can rely on us to provide comprehensive cottage insurance plans. These policies help to safeguard your real estate from significant risks such as fires and vandalism. They can also defray the costs of liability claims made against your property. A cottage / seasonal home is typically not used all year, and therefore can be more vulnerable to unexpected exposure, so having insurance coverage for your Ontario cottage will allow you peace of mind while you are away.

The risks associated with a vacation home can be very different than your main home residence. Your current homeowner’s insurance plan may not provide any protection for your secondary home. This is why it is advisable to consider a separate seasonal home insurance policy for your other property. Home insurance for your cottage does not have to be expensive or hard to obtain. We can help you secure an affordable insurance plan that offers comprehensive protection for all of your needs.

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Our Case Study

Who We’ve Helped

Custom Log House
A long standing commercial and personal lines client suffered a major fire loss at their home. The insured lives in rural Ontario in a beautiful personally built custom log home. As soon as we got the call of the fire one of our brokers was onsite documenting the damage and explaining to the insured exactly their coverage under the policy. Once the adjusters had the opportunity to inspect the fire and make their recommendations, the insurance company decided that a partial wall and roof will be replaced, leaving the remaining of the existing structure.