Homeowners Insurance

As the saying goes, your home is your castle. It's important to protect your home with the right insurance coverage. At Wesfair, we work with you to make sure that your home is properly insured. 

First Time Home Buyers

Buying a home is a big financial decision. When you're new to the process, you have a lot of questions about what type of coverage you need. Some of those questions you don't even know to ask! We will guide you through the process and help you to make sure that your investment is protected. Whether you are just beginning to consider the costs involved with buying a home or are preparing for the closing, give us a call today to discuss your options. From quoting and binding to liaising with your attorney, Wesfair is here to help.

Current Homeowners

When was the last time you looked at your insurance? If you're like most people, you probably set it up years ago and have only been checking it each year for jumps in premium. Your house is an important asset and we want to make sure that you are covered for catastrophes.

Have you done significant renovations to your home and want to ensure that it would be rebuilt just like it is now? What about an historical home? Does your coverage include protection for the pricey costs of local ordinances required to rebuild? Are you covered for flood or water backup in your basement?

Give us a call and let us provide you with a free review of your current coverage along with any suggestions we may have.

Condo and Co-Op Owners

As a condo or co-op owner, you've most likely invested a lot of time and money into making the space your own. Whether it is a remodeled kitchen or custom shelving, make sure that all of your improvements and property are covered by your insurance policy.

Give Wesfair a call to let us review your condo or co-op's association rules to see if you are properly covered.  

Renters

As a renter, your whole life is inside your apartment. Everything from your clothing to your furniture, mattress, sofa, laptop, and television. A lease typically doesn't hold the landlord responsible for your belongings in the event of a loss. A renters policy ensures that the contents inside your apartment are protected. Renters policies also protect you from liability arising from accidents in and around your apartment.