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Does it makes sense to bundle your auto & home insurance


The most common questions asked is does it make sense to bundle your auto & home insurance. Being your broker, we are knowledgeable about the benefits of bundling your insurance, and we’re here to assist you in determining whether it’s the best option for you. 

If you generally hunt around for your own insurance, this matter can be quite time-consuming and difficult. We want to be able to relieve you of that stress. We enjoy shopping your insurance for you, and we’re there to address any of your concerns in order to make the process as straightforward as possible for you.

When you bundle your home and auto insurance it means you get several insurance policies from the same insurance provider. You would be combining your policies, for instance, if you got your motorbike, Personal Automobile Insurance, and Insurance for Property from the same insurer rather than getting them from different companies.

You can gain a number of benefits by bundling your insurance with one insurance provider that offers them. Insurance companies actively encourage it since they value your loyalty and your patronage. As a result, you frequently receive loyalty discounts as added benefit.

How Can we benefit from bundling policies?

We are completely aware of which insurance companies will offer you the coverage you require, the level of customer service you desire, and any necessary support with claims. Bundle your insurance and save is one sentence. We are always incredibly eager to get to know our customers so that we can share our Best Insurance Advice with you and match you with the ideal provider. If one service is unable to satisfy all of your needs, take this chance to identify which ones can.

1.Simplified Renewal: Your policies now renew all at once rather than periodically throughout the year because you’ve chosen a single provider. Your broker will evaluate your plans to ensure that they remain the best option for you. You’re done for the entire year if they are.

2. Get Discount for staying Committed to your Insurance Company: The loyalty discounts are a big attraction to bundling, as we’ve already said. You get these if you buy multiple policies from the same firm. Therefore, it is always worthwhile to check to see if bundling will save you money if you need insurance for your home, car, trailer, motorcycle, etc. Even savings for numerous policyholders within the same home are occasionally possible!

3. Get to know your broker and work together to find out what’s best for you: By combining your insurance policies, your broker will be better able to identify your specific requirements and locate the right coverage for you. By sticking with one provider, your broker can easily fill in any potential coverage gaps between your policies.

4. Get proper guidance before filling claim that eases process for you: Multiple assets being impacted by large claims can be stressful enough. After a tree suddenly crashed over your garage, wrecking your car and motorcycle, it can be a major stress reliever to only need to call one insurance provider. That could mean a lot of individual phone calls with a lot of different claim procedures if all of these plans were with different providers.

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For more info please feel free to contact us at 905-362-8080


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