Helps cover inpatient care in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. Home health care services (following a hospital stay), and hospice care services. Copayments, coinsurance and deductibles may apply for each service. You usually do not pay a monthly premium for Part A coverage if you or your spouse paid Medicare taxes while working.
Home & Auto
Best Coverage for the Best Price
Homeowners insurance offers protection for damage or loss caused by events such as storms, fires, and theft. Mortgage insurance protects your lender if you default on your mortgage payments. If you're no longer able to make your payments, mortgage insurance helps protect your lender from financial loss.
How much homeowners should I have?How much Home Insurance do I need? What is dwelling coverage, and how much do I need? Dwelling coverage is the part of a standard home insurance policy that typically pays when your home is damaged by hail, wind, fire, and other covered perils. How much do you need? You should have enough dwelling coverage to rebuild your house should it be destroyed by a covered peril. How do I know how much dwelling coverage I need? A licensed insurance agent is best qualified to make that determination, and that's one of the first steps he or she will take when talking to you about coverage. Why we need your ZIP code. Our agents use the average building cost in your area to determine how much it would take to rebuild your home. The national average is $95.51 per square foot, but costs in your area could vary greatly from that amount. Why we need the square footage. The replacement cost for your home is calculated by multiplying the average building cost in your area by the square footage of your house. Remember, you don't have to replace the land - it's still there. What else dwelling coverage determines Your dwelling coverage number is important because it helps set limits for many of the protections typically included in a standard home insurance policy. Here's how: Other structures. This protects other buildings on your property, including detached sheds and garages. The coverage limit for this protection is usually 10% of your dwelling coverage. For example, if your dwelling coverage limit is $200,000, your other structures protection is capped at $20,000. Personal possessions/contents. This is what protects what's in your house, including furniture, electronics, clothing, and everything else. The coverage limit for this protection is usually 50% to 70% of your dwelling coverage. For that $200,000 house, you'd have $100,000 to $140,000 of contents coverage. However, there are sub-limits for some high-value items such as jewelry and fur. Ask your agent whether you should schedule an endorsement to increase your coverage. Loss of use. This protection helps if your home deemed uninhabitable because of damage from a covered peril. It will assist with hotel, restaurant, and other bills while the home is repaired or replaced. The coverage limit is 20% of the dwelling coverage limit. For that $200,000 home, the limit would be $40,000. Sometimes, however, there also are time restrictions. Now that you understand what dwelling coverage is click get a quote and one of our agents will contact you shortly with a quote. Note: we do not provide instant quoting as we shop several carriers to ensure the best coverage at the most affordable rate.