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  • Tips to help your productivity plus find out how it impacts your home insurance.

  • Learn how your home insurance works in the event of a fire, and what to do if you've been impacted.

  • Find out what vacant home insurance is and when you'd possibly need it.

  • From provincial rules and regulations to insurance options, we'll help explain what goes into owning an E-bike.

  • When settling a home insurance claim, this endorsement gives you more flexibility to choose how you want to proceed.

  • Learn how adding Personal Valuables Coverage to your TD Insurance home insurance can make you feel confident about your precious treasures.

  • Oil leaks can also be the cause of a fire, or create environmental hazards such as groundwater contamination.

  • Claim Forgiveness is just what it sounds like. Your first claim will be forgiven meaning we won’t adjust your renewal premium just because you’ve filed a claim on your home insurance.

  • Learn more about how renting your home for short-term stays could impact your home insurance. See our answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about home sharing and insurance.

  • Going green isn’t a fad in home improvement. With Eco-Efficient Rebuild you can take the opportunity to install environmentally friendly materials.

  • We’re ready to answer your questions and help you navigate the claims process with confidence.

  • Get a single flexible coverage amount ensures you have enough coverage to help get your life back to normal in the event of a claim.

  • Umbrella Insurance is a coverage that extends your Personal liability coverage above and beyond the typical limits found in another policy, such as car, watercraft or home insurance.

  • Learn what you should know about contents insurance. From types of perils to your best contents insurance options.

  • Many Canadians fall victim to identity theft. Find out how you can help prevent it from happening to you.

  • Learn how to protect your rental property with landlord insurance.

  • Legal Assistance is a valuable resource which gives you access to personal, over-the-phone, legal advice from lawyers specializing in family law, wills and estates, taxation and much more.

  • If your oil tank leaks, your home and property can be seriously damaged. Learn about the coverage you can add-on.

  • Learn more about the wide variety of TD Insurance property replacement coverage available with so you can make the right decisions for insuring your home.

  • Family Coverage is an insurance solution with the modern family in mind. Family Coverage is part of our Enhanced Home Coverage package that covers cyberbullying and Parents in Nursing Homes.

  • Are you looking to insure your engagement ring but you're not sure how to go about it? Here's some useful information to help you out.

  • Your child is headed off to school. Here’s what you need to know about student rental house insurance.

     

  • Learn more about how renting your home for short-term stays could impact your home insurance. See our answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about home sharing and insurance.

  • If you have decided on your perfect new location, here are a few things to think about before, on, and after moving day.

  • We’ve put together a handy glossary of insurance terms, with definitions that are easy to understand. That way, we know that when it comes time to talk about insurance, you’ll be ready.

  • Check out our answers to your interesting insurance inquiries.

  • Use this handy glossary to help you be ready to talk insurance.

  • Common myths about home insurance and what’s covered in your policy.

  • You can talk to a lawyer about issues relating to a whole range of legal areas.

  • Snowstorms are a predictable part of winter. When the snowfall gets especially heavy, both your home and your driving can be at risk.

  • Having a tree topple onto your property may seem like a random event, but there are things you can do to reduce the risk of this happening to you.

  • A fire can be devastating. Learn how you can help keep your home and property safe.

  • Keep your loved ones safe and sound by protecting your home this spring. See how you can be well prepared.

  • Preventing water damage means you are protecting your home. Find out how you can help.

  • As you open your cabin or cottage, we have some helpful tips to make sure you get the season off to the right start.

  • The perfect gift this season is confidence. Take some simple precautions around your home to get the reassurance you need to enjoy the season safely.

  • We’ve put together a helpful guide laying out steps, solutions and things to consider during the recovery process.

  • Being energy-efficient with your air conditioning can help you avoid problems with your home, your insurance and the environment, too.

  • Learn more about how renting your home for short-term stays could impact your home insurance. See our answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about home sharing and insurance.

  • Snowstorms are a predictable part of winter. When the snowfall gets especially heavy, both your home and your driving can be at risk.

  • Find out how your insurance may provide coverage for damage caused by EV charging stations and cables.

  • Shopping for home insurance? Learn how to compare different quotes and get the right coverage for your home.

  • Home renovations and repairs can help improve curb appeal and make your house feel more like a home. Whether you’re doing small touch-ups or updating your entire place, here’s what you should do before getting started.
  • Feeling secure against the elements is simple this season, if you follow a few straightforward suggestions.

  • Learn how excess humidity in your home can cause a range of issues, from window condensation to mould.

  • Don’t let the stress of your next renovation project stop you. Check out tips that will help you build confidence.

  • With all the bells, whistles, and peaceful views, many cottages tend to be vacant for a good portion of the year. Protect your cottage and reduce your risk level for theft while you're away.

  • An earthquake can leave a lot of damage in the aftermath. Learn how you can protect your home.

  • There are things you can do around your home that will help reduce your energy consumption. Learn more.

  • Whether you’re planning a quick weekend at the spa or an extended European cruise, here are some things to consider before you kick back and relax.

  • The arrival of summer means more opportunities to enjoy outdoor fun with family and friends. Follow these important tips from the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs to help protect against fire hazards and safety risks.

  • As a first-time homebuyer or if you’re just moving from one home to another, we can answer some questions to help you along the way.

  • Once you’ve discovered water damage, find out how to prevent further damage to your property.

  • Power outages can be a real nuisance. One of the best ways to protect your home and the people in it from power outage hazards is to plan ahead of time.

  • A breakdown of things to know and things to do when you’re buying your first home

  • Dealing with a fire’s aftermath can be an intense and confusing process. We’re with you every step of the way.

  • Before you charge ahead, here are a few things to keep in mind to ensure you strike the perfect balance between fitting your needs and your budget.

  • Tips to help your productivity plus find out how it impacts your home insurance.

  • Some risks can’t be covered. What should you know about uninsurable risks and perils?

  • Smart Home Monitoring is an investment that alerts you to hazards in and outside the home - everything from security breaches to water leaks, and a whole lot more

  • Heavy rain causes the most damage when it leads to flooding. Follow these tips for guidance on how to protect your property.

  • Hurricanes pose a serious risk to people and property. Please follow the guidance for your local area and call 911 in case of emergency.

  • Cycling is a great option when it comes to getting around the city, but it's important to know the basic guidelines when sharing the road with cars and other vehicles.

  • Sometimes you can find yourself in fog without warning. If that happens, these tips could help keep you and your passengers safe.

  • Even if emergency situations unlikely, it’s always good to be prepared.

  • A warm campfire is one of the best parts of camping. Campfires require care and attention to avoid turning those relaxing moments into a potential emergency. Stay safe before, during, and after your campfire.