If you live in a condo unit in San Diego, CA, contact Armorcrest Insurance Services to get reliable quotes for your needs. It protects the structures of your unit, any improvements you make, and your personal property. Even though it is not a legal requirement to have condo insurance, it may help you prevent financial losses in case of unforeseen circumstances. Even though your condominium building may already have insurance, it is wise to have insurance for your own unit.
To Protect Your Property
Condo insurance protects the contents of your unit from insured risks such as theft, and fires. It helps you pay for their repair or replacement costs up to the limit of your policy. Your property may include furniture, clothing, jewelry, and electronic devices. If you have made any improvements to your condo unit, your improvements and betterments protection coverage ensures that you are compensated for the full value of your property in case of a loss.
To Compensate You For Additional Living Expenses
In case your condo becomes unfit for habitation after damage by insured risks, you may have to find alternative accommodation. That means you will incur additional expenses in hotel bills and transportation. If you have condo insurance, you may not have to pay for these expenses. Additional living expenses coverage may compensate you for the extra charges for the period while your condo is under repair.
To Protect You From Liability
Condo insurance covers you from liability if third parties are injured in your condo unit or if their property is damaged. It helps you pay for the costs of pair or replacement of their property, their medical charges, and legal fees if they sue you.
Contact Armorcrest Insurance Services in San Diego, CA to discuss your new quote for condo insurance. If you have a policy, contact us to review it and get advice.