Pickering Renter’s Insurance
Your landlord might have insurance that protects the building in which you reside, however, it’s important to know, this insurance won’t cover your personal property. Typically, a landlord will require renters to have insurance as a rental condition in the lease.
If you cause damage to any part of your building, as a renter, you are legally responsible for any unintentional harm caused to the property. If you accidentally start a fire, whether it’s from a faulty appliance or from an unattended candle, which results in damage not only your apartment but the entire complex, you may have to pay for the damage to your unit and the rest of the complex. If your clothing, furniture or electronics are destroyed by fire or water damage, replacement costs, especially having to replace them all at once, will add up quickly. Not only will Pickering renters insurance protect your personal items, it will also give you help with temporary housing and liability protection for people on your property.
Once you determine your need for renters insurance, we can provide you with options to help you choose the best policy – get covered today!