Overland water damage can be costly. If you’re not covered, you should be. It’s an affordable option that could save you big money in the event of an overland flood.
We’ll review your policy for free. In just a few minutes we’ll make sure you have the right coverages and we’ll shop the insurance markets to get you the best pricing available – even if you’re with the other guys. It’s easy! And you could save big.
My name is Maryann and I’m a customer who switched to Munn Insurance for my home and cabin insurance and saved $1,100. I know, that sounds too good to be true. But it happened for me just last week. Here is my switch and save story…
I was with Anthony for a long time. I had been renewing my policy year after year. Never paid it much attention. When I looked this year, my insurance went up; again! I took a closer look at my policy and realized that my property was valued at over $450,000. Now I love my home. It’s nice. It’s comfortable. But it won’t cost $450,000 to replace. It’s not a big home. It’s just me; except Thursdays when I have the grand kids and their dog. I tell them I don’t like him. But when nobody is looking I sneak him some treats and get a snuggle too. He’s actually great company.
But anyway, $450,000 seemed like a lot. Too much actually. I was afraid I was over insured and that’s why I was paying too much. So I called Munn and spoke to a lovely girl there named Lacey. She did a complete review of my policy. She reviewed my policy line by line and explained everything. She asked me some questions about my house and my cabin. Nothing too complicated. Things like square footage, whether I had an alarm, proximity to a fire hydrant. Stuff like that. She updated everything in just a few minutes and found me some extra discounts that I don’t think were included on my old policy. She plugged all that information into some calculator that they have and confirmed that to replace my house they estimated less than $300,000. That seemed about right to me. Turns out the other guys were putting a few percent on the value of my house every year. Over 10 years that added up. And the premium kept going up too.
Lacey also told me about a partnership Munn has with CAA that provides extra discounts off both my home and cabin insurance premiums. She explained that by buying a membership from CAA for less than $100 a year I could save over $500 on my insurance. Lacey asked if I would be interested. Who wouldn’t pay $100 to save $500? I signed up right then and there. Did it in two minutes on line. Lacey guided me right through the process. Easy peasy. And now I have extra coverage and benefits from being a CAA member and more savings on insurance too. I knew about the CAA roadside assistance but had no idea you also can get discounts off some clothing stores and many restaurants. So now I am a CAA member. I can use my card to save at some of my favourite restaurants and have no worries if the car breaks down or I get a flat. My son-in-law is happy too as I won’t have to call him to change a flat tire!
So I switched and now I am a brand-new Munn Customer and a CAA member. I finally understand my insurance and feel really good about my policy. And I saved $1,100. I’m adding that right into the Vegas slush fund for my next trip!