Spring is a beautiful time of year, with blooming flowers and warmer temperatures. However, with spring also comes the potential for severe weather, including thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hailstorms. As an insurance agency, it's our responsibility to remind our clients of the importance of having adequate coverage to protect against the potential damage caused by these spring storms.
Here are some key points to consider when it comes to spring storm coverage:
Know your coverage:
It's essential to review your policy to ensure that you have adequate coverage in the event of a spring storm. This includes reviewing your policy limits and deductibles for home, auto, and other insurance coverage that you may have.
Consider flood insurance:
Spring storms can bring heavy rains and flooding, which can cause significant damage to your property. If you live in an area prone to flooding, it's essential to consider purchasing flood insurance, which is often not included in standard homeowners' insurance policies.
Keep your policy up to date:
As your circumstances change, so too should your insurance coverage. If you've made any recent renovations or additions to your home, for example, you may need to update your policy to reflect these changes.
Document your belongings:
In the event of storm damage, it's important to have a record of your belongings. This can include taking photos or videos of your property and keeping an up-to-date inventory of your possessions. This information can be invaluable when filing an insurance claim.
Our agency can help you:
Choosing the right insurance coverage can be a complex and overwhelming process. Contact our office so we can help ensure that you have the coverage you need in the event of a spring storm: 503-358-3481
At the Merle Johnson Insurance Agency, we understand the importance of protecting your home and property against the potential damage caused by spring storms. Our team of experienced agents is here to help you review your policy and ensure that you have the coverage you need to feel secure in the face of severe weather. Don't wait until it's too late - contact us today to learn more about how we can help you protect your home and belongings this spring.