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Texas is home to unpredictable and sporadic weather conditions –which require homeowners to have specific and adequate coverage.

Unfortunately, for many homeowners, knowing what to look for in an insurance policy can be confusing –but it doesn’t have to be.

To help you to be certain that you are getting the best policy, it’s important to make sure you have enough coverage –and that you are covered against a number of different perils that you are at risk for.

Here are some common insurance mistakes that are often made by homeowners. Read on to see what not to do when choosing a home insurance policy.

Skipping the Additional Coverage

Homeowners are often tempted to skip out on additional coverage options, assuming that if they are optional, they must not be important. But unfortunately, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Failure to secure additional coverage options, such as additional coverage for expensive belongings can lead to harsh realizations in the event of a break in. Other important coverage options could include hurricane coverage, flood insurance, and coverage for other natural disasters that may be common in your area. Ask your insurer about recommended additional coverage, and make your decisions carefully.

Forgetting About Flood Insurance

Flood insurance is the most often overlooked additional coverage option for homeowners. Even when hurricane insurance is purchased, often flood insurance is excluded from the policy. For those that live in areas prone to flooding, taking out an additional insurance policy for flood damage should be an important priority.

Choosing a Deductible That’s Too High

In the event of a claim, the deductible is the amount of money you will be required to pay before your insurance kicks in. While many homeowners are tempted to choose a high deductible, because of the lower premiums, it’s important to remember that the deductible is the amount that you will be responsible for paying in case something goes wrong, so make sure you choose a deductible that you will be able to pay should something happen.

Forgoing Liability

Liability insurance comes standard with many home insurance policies, however it’s important to make sure the amount of liability and coverage that you have is adequate for your needs. If someone were to become injured while on your property, you could be held liable. Liability insurance can protect you in case of legal action.


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