Your home is one of your most significant investments. Protect your property and its contents with homeowners insurance in Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra, Florida and surrounding areas.
At Locke Insurance Group, we offer customized home insurance policies with the right coverage for your specific needs.
Though the extent of coverage will vary according to your location, a standard home insurance policy in Florida will cover damages caused by:
- Falling objects
- Windstorms and hurricanes
- Fire and smoke
- Damages caused by bursting of frozen pipes and other water-related damages
Learn about the available options for your property.
Protects the physical structure or building of your house, including the walls, roofs, and any attached installations.
Covers the valuable property within your home, including your furniture. These will be covered even if they are damaged or stolen outside your home.
Covers other structures on your property, such as your garage. This policy covers structures that aren’t attached to or within your home.
Protects you against legal liabilities incurred if a guest or visitor sues you after being injured on your property or after you damage their property.
Covers the hospital bills for a guest or visitor that sustains an injury in your home. This policy will pay for expenses related to dental problems, ambulances, surgeries, x-rays, and so on.
If an incident occurs that renders your home uninhabitable, this coverage provides for the financial costs of renting a hotel or motel during the time your house is undergoing repairs.
Covers damages caused by floods to your home, other structures, and personal belongings.
Different Types of Home Insurance Policies
Homeowners insurance protects your home and possessions against unforeseen natural disasters, theft, and bodily injuries sustained by visitors or guests on your premises.
Renters Insurance is a coverage policy for tenants to protect their personal belongings that goes beyond the typical landlord policy to protects the tenant’s personal property caused by theft, fire accidents, water accidents, and natural disasters.
Manufactured homes are built under a federal building code enacted in 1976 and administered by the U.S. They are assembled in a factory and transported to the land that will become its permanent address.
This policy covers accidental, direct physical damages to your manufactured homes.
This policy protects your condo unit and its belongings if they are damaged by covered perils such as theft, fire, or other natural disasters. It will also cover your living expenses in case your condo becomes uninhabitable after a disaster.