Looking for cheap home insurance?
Are you a homeowner looking for cheap home insurance? Are you tired of paying expensive premiums and now you’re on the hunt for more affordable home insurance? Hold that thought. When it comes to home insurance, you may not want to go the cheapest route. As the age old saying goes – you get what you pay for.
No one wants to overpay for a product or service but it’s important to understand that cheap home insurance could lead to a potential disaster in the event of something happening to your home. Instead of searching for the cheapest home insurance out there, we put together some useful information about how to find the best insurance to suit your unique needs. And below, let’s take a closer look into some of the ways you can save while still getting reliable coverage that you can feel confident about.
At TD Insurance we are serious about your savings. We want you to feel confident that you’re saving every dollar possible. The TD Insurance Savings CommitmentTM means that we’ll work with you to find all the ways you can save.
Here are just some of the many ways to save on your home insurance with us:
Bundle your insurance - by bundling your home and car insurance together with us, you can benefit from a multi-line discount. (Not available in British Columbia, Manitoba or Saskatchewan.)
Preferred rates – if you are part of one of over 750 alumni, professional and employer groups, you qualify for preferred rates.
Newer builds – if your home is five years old or less, you can get even more savings on your insurance.
Before you continue looking for cheap home insurance, why not look into a few more ways you can reduce your premium to help you save without compromising the amount of coverage you need.
Here are a few helpful ways you can reduce some of your home insurance costs and watch the savings add up.
Review your policy coverage and limits – This is important so you know you’ll be fully covered in the event of something happening. If you have made any kind of changes to your home, it’s important to let your insurer know so you’re not over or under covered.
Increase your deductible - How much money can you afford to spend — suddenly and unexpectedly? Based on this amount, decide on your maximum deductible. A higher deductible will reduce your insurance premiums.
Improve security - You can reduce your insurance rates by making your property more secure. If you install a connected fire or burglar alarm or a connected alarm that detects water leaks, you could be eligible for additional savings.
Want to know more? We don’t blame you. Find out more ways to save on your insurance today. And remember, before you decide to sign up for cheap home insurance, you have options. You can get a quote online right away or speak to one of TD Insurance's licensed advisors to help you understand your policy, make sure you’re saving where you can and also ensure you’re confident you have the right amount of coverage for your needs.