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Being a homeowner in Texas is not the easiest task - there are so many challenges to face, including natural disasters like tornadoes, storms, and hail. These weather conditions can cause serious damage to your property. Therefore, if you own a home in the Lone Star State, you want to do all you can to protect your possessions. Purchasing home insurance is one of the most efficient ways to do this. However, before you pick a certain insurance policy, Cunningham & Associates prepared a list of things you should know and consider:

  • Here are the things that a standard home insurance policy covers: the building itself and other structures located on the property, personal belongings, personal liability, hail and wind coverage, and loss of use (if your home suddenly becomes uninhabitable).
  • Home insurance has its limitations, though, and does not cover everything. For example, it will not cover pests (rats, mice, termites, and other insects), earthquakes, flooding, mold, damage to the trees, normal wear and tear, and damage from continuous water leaks.
  • Certain factors can have an impact on the cost of your home insurance. These factors include the home's construction, the coverage amount you decide to choose, deductible, credit score, building materials, age of the home, and location.
  • There are certain things you can do to make sure that your home insurance rates do not increase. For example, you can deter theft and crime and keep your property in good condition.

If you are already a property owner in Texas or are thinking of buying a home in the Lone Star State, home insurance is one of the first things to consider protecting the property and yourself. Cunningham & Associates is an insurance company that is ready to assist you and help find a policy based on your preferences and budget. All you need to do is to visit our website or give us a call.

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