Insure Your California Vacation Home

The middle of July marks summer’s half way point and if you haven’t gotten out to your vacation home fear not, there is still time. The purpose of your vacation home is to get away from the rigors of everyday life. Did you know you could get California Home Insurance for your Vacation home? Although you aren’t living there all year, it is still an important piece of protection to have.

Awful scenario: What would you do if you showed up to your beach house in Santa Monica ready to kick back and relax, BUT! When you arrive to your home away from home, it’s been vandalized and burglarized. The windows are broken and the furniture is gone! Your vacation went from being a stress free weekend of relaxation to a severely traumatizing experience.

Insurance on your vacation home is similar to your home insurance; it protects your home and possessions against the following:

Vacation Home

  • Storm Damage (snow, rain, wind, tornadoes, etc.)
  • Burglary
  • Vandalism
  • Lightning
  • Fire

And of course liability insurance is also offered with your vacation home insurance. You never know when a slip and fall incident, dog bite or any other kind of accident may occur on your property.

If your vacation home resides in an area with severe weather concerns, it creates unique challenges. You will need enough coverage to overcome these concerns. Don’t leave your vacation home susceptible to damage, which might not be noticed until months after the occurrence. Get your vacation home insured so the only thing you need to worry about is fitting into last year’s bathing suit.

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