Are you moving into a new home, apartment or condo? Here we answer your most common questions about home insurance.
It's storm season. Be ready for an emergency by taking the time now to prepare.
As the weather heats up in Nova Scotia, so does the demand for backyard pools.
It's storm season. Be ready for an emergency by taking the time now to prepare an emergency kit for you and your family.
Over the past year insurers have broadened their water damage protection to include overland water coverage.
Shaunna Mowatt-Densmore joined the Truro team as a personal insurance broker in June 2016 and feels she has a positive impact on her clients. “It’s about making a difference in our clients’ lives,” said Shaunna. “We are helping them protect their most valuable items."
Shopping for a new home? It is important to keep insurance in mind while shopping for a new home and throughout the entire buying process.
One of the benefits of working closely with an insurance broker is the advice they provide. Adelle Long provides counsel about home preparations.
You're used to budgeting, stretching your dollar and searching out the best prices for your daily purchases, like gas and groceries; but have you ever thought of shopping around for the best price on your home insurance?
The recent wildfires in Fort McMurray may have lead you to wonder about your home insurance, and if you would be covered if you found yourself in a similar situation.
With a winter that's seen more rain than snow and spring on its way, overland water damage is a real concern for home owners. The introduction of overland water coverage for residential properties may help to ease some of those worries."