Ontario Condo Insurance
Are you a condo owner in a high-rise or low-rise? A condo owner in a townhouse development? Many owners of these kinds of units don’t know that they need their own condominium insurance policy in addition to the policy held by development’s corporation. To insure your own personal belongings, and liability, you must have your own Condominium Insurance policy. If you need more information about the right coverage for your condominium, contact the professionals at Tri-County Insurance. We have the knowledge, expertise and the insurance to make sure you are insured.
At Tri-County Insurance we want to make sure your condo is properly protected. Here are some important coverage’s/endorsements to consider adding on to your policy;
Condominium Betterments and Improvements
Did you know the Condominium Corporations insurance only insures the building and the common elements? To insure your unit is insured property, coverage for Betterments and improvements coverage is required to ensure any renovations or improvements to your unit are insured.
The condo corporation that manages your building may, on occasion, assess all of the unit owners an amount to help pay for substantial repairs to the condominium building if the building has been damaged and the corporation’s insurance policy does not cover all of the costs. Contact us today to ensure you have your Condominium insured with the right coverages.
Your condo policy will also provide coverage for your personal property at your chosen limit. This includes furniture, clothing, and jewellery. Our Tri-County Insurance brokers are available to help if you require special limits on your belongings.
For Condominium insurance, call Tri-County Insurance or click below to get an online quote.
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