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Windstorm and Hail Insurance
Protect your Home with Windstorm and Hail Insurance
North Carolina is no stranger to severe weather, and windstorms. Protecting your home and assets with Wind and Hail Insurance is essential, and in certain areas, it may be required, especially on the coast where wind and hail can cause significant damage. In North Carolina, a Wind and Hail policy may not be included in your homeowner’s insurance coverage, leaving you without the necessary protection in the event of a natural disaster or hurricane. It’s crucial to be prepared for any crisis by securing the best coverage for your assets, as windstorm and hail coverage may be excluded from the primary residential property insurance policy. Purchasing a separate windstorm and hail policy is an option, but it’s essential to understand that it comes with a separate deductible, often written by The North Carolina Insurance Underwriting Association.
Windstorm coverage can provide critical protection for your home and property, ensuring that you are covered in the event of damage from high winds. Here are a few key points to keep in mind when considering windstorms:
- Windstorm coverage is not typically included in standard homeowners’ insurance policies, so it may be necessary to purchase a separate policy.
- Windstorm coverage provides protection due to damage caused by high winds, including damage to roofs, siding, and windows.
- In North Carolina, it’s important to consider the risk of hurricane-related wind damage when evaluating your need for windstorm insurance.
Hail is another weather-related risk that homeowners in North Carolina should be aware of. Hailstorms can cause significant damage to property, including vehicles, roofs, and windows. Here are a few things to know about hail:
- Like windstorms, hail damage is not typically included in standard homeowners’ policies and may need to be purchased separately.
- Hail coverage provides protection for your property caused by hail, including damage to roofs, windows, and siding.
- In North Carolina, hailstorms are most common in the spring and summer months, so it’s important to make sure you have adequate coverage during this time of year.