FEMA declares at least one of Wisconsin’s severe storms a major disaster every year. It is so important to have the right coverage and to truly understand your individual insurance needs.
With the weather in the Midwest being so unpredictable and frequently changing you can easily see the need for home insurance. With the cold snowy winters and the strong thunder storms and high winds in the summer, you never know what could happen to your home. Make sure that you are covered for everything Mother Nature throws at you!
Northbrook agents will help you secure the most appropriate and efficient Wisconsin homeowners insurance you need. We will take the time to explain your options and to help you build the perfect policy that addresses all your unique situations.
As a top independent insurance broker for over 35 years, we have the ability to shop multiple carriers and have the knowledge and experience you need to get the best possible homeowners policy available.
With our homeowners insurance, Wisconsin residents will typically receive coverage for a variety of situations including:
- Structural Damage
- Destruction or Damage to Personal Possessions
- Living Expenses If Your Home Is Destroyed
- Liability Situations
- And More!
One of our agents at Northbrook Insurance will help you to determine any other policies you may need. When purchasing homeowners insurance you should always remember to ask about adding coverage of things such as jewelry and flood protection. It is also important to remember to keep your policy up to date, meaning anytime you renovate your home or have things to add coverage over, contact your agent.
Call us today or fill out the form to the right for more information on homeowners insurance. One of our dedicated agents will be happy to provide you with a free quote and answer any further questions you may have.
For more information on Homeowners Insurance see the links below.
Click here for a list of the most common home insurance claims.
Click here for the Do’s and Don’ts of Homeowners Insurance.