Home Sweet Home, On Your Terms
UPC Insurance offers homeowners insurance packages with flexible options, allowing you to customize your coverage. Our standard homeowners policy includes dwelling, personal property, loss of use, and liability.
Understanding Basic Homeowners Insurance
Whether you’ve just purchased your first house or you’ve been a homeowner for years, comprehending the insurance policies related to homeownership can be confusing.
Homeowners insurance is sold in packages. Each home is unique and you may not need certain options, such as coverage for detached structures like a shed. In some markets, you could receive a credit resulting in a lower premium when coverages are removed.
A homeowners policy has two parts: Section I and Section II. Section I of the policy deals with coverage for property items, while Section II relates to liability coverage. See which coverages fall under each section.
Home Self-Inspection Program for Your Convenience
Your life is busy and your schedule may not have room for a home inspection appointment. Fortunately, UPC Insurance now provides a state-of-the art home inspection solution for our homeowners. The home self-inspection program allows you to complete your own home inspection directly from a smartphone or tablet. Discover how this program works and what to expect.
Coverage Enhancements for Homeowners
You have options if your personal property has been damaged. Knowing how much your belongings are worth will help you make sure everything you value is adequately covered if an incident arises. Our homeowners policy comes with limited personal property coverage.Learn More
Home Systems Protection
You don’t take equipment that provides heating, cooling, and electricity for granted. Neither do we. Be prepared with critical coverage in the event equipment breaks down – which could cost $6,000 or more to repair.Learn More
Service Line Coverage
Be prepared if repairs are needed on service lines such as your water, sewer, and other utilities running underground from the street to your home. Between water, power, cable, data, and gas, today’s homes are connected. Cover those critical connections.
What to Know Before Buying Coverage
Ordinance or Law
It’s important to understand the regulation specifications when repairing a home after damages. A partial loss could trigger an ordinance or law that could cause you to pay more than the amount of loss covered by your standard policy. That’s where Ordinance or Law coverage comes in.Learn More
Water Loss Prevention Credit
Damages caused by water can be costly. They can even require relocation. Get a credit on your policy if you provide us with a certification by a licensed plumber that the plumbing system, all connections, and all appliances attached to the system are sound and free of defects.Learn More
The Lowdown on Flood Coverage
Did you know standard homeowners insurance does not cover flooding? Plus, federal assistance after a flood isn’t always available. See why you need flood coverage even if you don’t live in a flood zone.Learn More
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