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The Weimer Group Blog: flood insurance

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By: Andrea Moyer My first thought when first approached about writing a blog on National Insurance Awareness Day was how can I make this more interesting?  By itself, insurance tends to be a somewhat humble topic – not especially glamorous or exciting to talk about, but important and necessary when you need it. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer I am extremely careful to not plagiarize anyone else’s work, especially when it involves a topic that is more or less in constant circulation.  I don’t want to rewrite what has already been written or reopen a discussion  that’s been hashed to death. READ MORE >>

If you live in an area that has a high risk of floods, you likely know the warning signs of impending flood. Floods can be unpredictable in the amount of devastation they bring to a region. Floods often cause very expensive damages to the homes and properties they affect. Water damage is often very potent and hard to repair. READ MORE >>

Purchasing flood insurance is much like purchasing any other type of insurance product. You’ll buy it and then use it if and when there is a circumstance to do so. Yet, flood insurance does have a waiting period. You cannot purchase this form of property insurance to cover an existing problem, such as a flood that had occurred just yesterday. READ MORE >>

Having flood insurance is a must for most property owners. Floods can happen for many reasons. A water main outside your home may burst due to cold temperatures or wear and tear. A storm can cause significant flooding. A nearby river can overflow after days of rainfall. READ MORE >>

Did you know that your home has a greater chance of being damaged by a flood than a fire? It’s true, according to FloodSmart.gov. Unfortunately, your homeowners insurance policy won’t cover the damage to your home or property; only flood insurance will cover the losses. READ MORE >>

We’re just over a month into the official spring season, so if you haven’t reviewed your Philadelphia home insurance in recent months, you should probably pull the policy out and have a look through your current coverage. READ MORE >>

Nearly 20% of flood insurance claims come from moderate-to-lo risk areas. What is a flood, what is covered? One of the most common misunderstanding is that your homeowner’s policy will cover damage done by a flood. Another misconception surrounds what flooding actually is. READ MORE >>

Pennsylvania residents are no strangers to snow. While your Philadelphia home insurance may include winter weather damage, when you take a closer look at your policy, you may find yourself uninsured for flooding. As the snow around your home begins to melt, it can cause a lot of water to surround your home. READ MORE >>

Last week we spread the word about the importance of insuring your home against flood disasters. We’ve discussed the benefits and the myths regarding this part of your insurance portfolio. Now let’s discuss how you purchase this coverage. For homes located in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, you can contact our office by clicking here. READ MORE >>

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