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Home insurance is the best way to protect your largest investment—your home. As a safety net, it protects your home in the event of damages, both physical and financial. Regardless of how modern or well-built your home is, it’s vulnerable to perils such as fire, vandalism, theft, and more. Let our brokers help make the complex details simple for you to understand, and help you determine the coverage you need, at a rate you’ll love.

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What’s Covered By Homeowner’s Insurance?

Home insurance primarily covers your dwelling, its contents, and your personal liability. The vast majority of Canadian homeowners opt for a comprehensive insurance policy—which offers all risk protection on your home and personal property.

The table below illustrates the basic types and amounts of home insurance coverage common to comprehensive policies from the 40+ Ontario and Canadian insurers that we represent:

Comprehensive Home Insurance Coverage
CoverageCoverage AmountExample
A – Dwelling Building The foundation, walls, flooring, windows, and doors of your home.A dollar amount equal to the cost to rebuild your home 
B – Other Buildings Structures on your property that aren’t part of the main home, such as sheds, fences and detached garages.10% – 20% of Coverage A Replacement Cost 
C – Contents Your personal belongings inside your home, such as jewelry, artwork, electronics, furniture, etc.70% – 80% of Coverage A Replacement Cost 
D – Additional Living Expenses To handle the costs of additional living expenses for time away from your home due to an insured loss.20% – 30% of Coverage A Replacement Cost 
E – Personal Liability Covers injuries or property damage to any third party while they’re on your property.$1,000,000 – $5,000,000 
F – Voluntary Medical Payments Covers the costs should someone hurt themselves on your property.$1,000 – $10,000 
G – Voluntary Property Damage Covers physical damage to the property of others on your property.$500 – $6,000 
Learn more about Comprehensive home insurance coverage

In the unlikely event that you don’t qualify for comprehensive home insurance, e.g., 200+ year old home; 80+ year old electrical wiring; numerous claims, you’ll still be eligible for broad form coverage, limiting you to named perils on your personal belongings.

Extended Coverage Options

Need more than comprehensive coverage? Numerous options, or endorsements are available that allow you to extend your home insurance coverage to include situations or property not covered by a standard policy. The following are examples of popular endorsements that can allow you to raise specific coverage limits for certain categories of items, as well as address some of the exclusions in your policy:

  • Guaranteed Replacement Cost Coverage: Pays for replacement, without depreciation, of your personal property after covered damage or loss.
  • Overland Water Protection: Coverage for damage caused by overflow of water from a lake, river, heavy rain, or rapid snowmelt.
  • Sewer Backup: Protection from overflow of the public sewage system, causing water to be pushed back into your home by such things as heavy rain or melting snow.
  • Earthquake and sinkholes:
  • Jewelry, furs and other valuables:
  • Identity theft:

For more details or a quick, personalized quote on your home insurance, contact one of our brokers. Mitchell & Whale Insurance Brokers have been helping homeowners find – and understand – the best home insurance policies since 1948We’ll be happy to find you the coverage you need at the best rate in Ontario.

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