Peel Mutual Residential Insurance

Residential Property

Residential Property

Your home is often one of the most significant investments that you have so it is vital that you find the right insurance policy to protect your hard-earned assets. We insure all forms of residential property, whether you own or rent, and can provide a solution that fits your needs:

  • Homeowners
  • Tenant’s Package
  • Rental Properties (when we insure the principal residence)
  • Jewelry Floaters
  • Condominium unit owners
  • Seasonal Homes (when we insure the principal residence)
  • Boats
  • Other Personal Articles

Discounts

Discounts

When you insure with Peel Mutual, you insure with security. We also offer a wide range of discounts (up to 70% off):

  • Claims Free
  • New Home (built within the past 10 years)
  • Loyal Customer
  • Non Smoker
  • Mortgage Free
  • Mature Citizen (50+)
  • Automobile Insured Discount
  • Monitored Home Burglar Alarms

Update Your Insurance when you Update your home!

You’ve hired the contractors and picked out tiles, cabinets and fixtures. But there’s another important item for your renovation to-do list. And it’s even more important than deciding whether to paint the walls moss green or aubergine.

Review your home insurance policy and call your insurance provider.

You could be in for an unhappy surprise if your home isn’t insured according to what it would cost to rebuild it after a natural disaster. And with severe weather on the rise, it’s becoming even more important to update your policy when you renovate. In fact, your policy requires that you inform your insurer before any material changes are made to your home. Even a minor do-it-yourself renovation could affect the value of your home. For example, it could increase the risk of fire or water damage.

Your insurance agent or broker will be able to answer your questions and put your mind at ease. Taking a few moments to review your policy and consult with your broker or agent will give you peace of mind as you complete your dream renovation.

Key Features

Key Features

  • Identity Theft protection
  • Sewer Backup included to policy limits with no additional premium
  • Choice One / Comprehensive One / Broad One packages that offer reduced premium for property without Detached Private Structures
  • Mature Tenant’s Package – coverage for mature citizens residing in establishments built for the purpose of housing senior citizens
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Jeannetta M.

LOSS PREVENTION TIPS

Insurance and loss prevention go hand in hand. We are owned by our policyholders and our primary goal is to help our policyholders.
Loss prevention is an important part of that help.

Winter Driving Tips

Winter Driving Tips

During blizzards, freezing rain, drifting or whiteouts, the best safety strategy is often to stay put. But, if you don't have that luxury or are caught in a sudden storm, here are some things you can do to help prevent problems before they occur:

  • Don't wait until the snow flies - prepare your vehicle for winter in the fall.
  • Install four matching winter tires
  • Pack an emergency kit
  • Learn and practice winter driving techniques before you need them
  • Plan your trips and check road and weather conditions
  • Remove all snow from your vehicle before driving
  • Give yourself extra travel time in bad weather
  • Travel with a fully-charged cell phone
  • Avoid using cruise control on slippery roads
  • SLOW DOWN and WEAR your seatbelt

Beware of black ice. Snow and ice are more slippery at 0 degrees Celsius than at -20 degrees Celsius or below. At temperatures between +4 degrees Celsius and -4 degrees Celsius, watch for black ice, especially on shaded areas of the road, bridges and overpasses.