In today’s world, we are all looking for more customizable options. Whether you’re building your computer’s system, picking out a band for your fitness tracker, or deciding if you want guacamole on your tacos (it’s extra), individualizing your purchases to make them fit your lifestyle better reigns supreme.
So, why wouldn’t you want the freedom to customize insurance coverage options when it comes to one of the largest purchases of all? Yes, your home.
One way American Modern® allows you to customize your coverage is by offering optional breakdown protection insurance. With this added coverage, you can expand your home’s insurance coverage to include sudden or accidental failure of electrical and mechanical systems – those built into the home and others purchased later.
Some examples include:
- • HVAC
- • Major appliances
- • Electrical panel
- • Electronics such as your TV
- • Pool equipment
- • Well or sump pump
So, whether it’s the repair or replacement of a refrigerator; or perhaps your HVAC system, if the loss or damage is due to mechanical or electrical failure, equipment breakdown coverage has your back. But only if you write it into your policy before the bad luck strikes.
You may be worrying. “Customization is synonymous with expensive, right?” Not always! This coverage is an inexpensive way to protect your home’s mechanical systems and appliances which can be nightmarishly costly to repair out of pocket. In most states, the endorsement typically adds about $35 to the annual premium – that’s way less than the cost of a home warranty or investing in separate warranties for your appliances.
It all comes down to being prepared and taking the time to talk to your insurance agent and customize the perfect coverage for your home so you can curb your worries. It’s easy when you choose breakdown protection insurance!
For information only. Not applicable to all situations.
Coverage is subject to policy terms, conditions, limitations, exclusions, underwriting review, and approval, and may not be available for all risks or in all states. Rates and discounts vary, are determined by many factors and are subject to change. Policies are written by one of the licensed insurers of American Modern Insurance Group, Inc., including American Modern Home Insurance Company d/b/a in CA American Modern Insurance Company (Lic. No 2222-8).