You’ve most likely heard of supplemental health insurance. It covers certain treatment and care that a traditional policy doesn’t. Think AFLAC. A similar problem exists when it comes to insuring your home; a typical homeowners policy doesn’t cover everything. In fact, it may not cover some critical expenses that arise immediately after a hurricane.
After an uncommonly active 2017 season, it’s tremendously important to know how much you’re covered, as each day that passes since the last hurricane brings us is one day closer to the next. StormPeace is supplemental coverage that offers peace of mind to Florida homeowners and renters – they can know they’re covered for evacuation expenses, tree and debris removal, and replacing spoiled food. They can also use StormPeace to pay their deductible.
We all take a risk living in the Sunshine State, where our entire population is vulnerable to hurricanes. We choose to live here for the beautiful beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and pleasant weather that comforts the soul. When specifically tailored for homes likely to be affected by hurricanes, this kind of coverage can help take much of the worry out of our risky living situations. While Mother Nature can’t be controlled, the pointless spending of unnecessary out-of-pocket insurance expenses certainly can be.