Isn’t it time to get cottage insurance that lets you kick back?
Getting insured is even easier this time around.
Easy to Get
Fill out the form below or call us up the good-old-fashioned way and we’ll hook you up with your cottage insurance just in time for vacation.
Easy to Buy
Choose the coverage options that matter most to your slice of paradise. We’ll walk you through what everything means before you buy.
Easy to Own
We’ll send your policy documents via email so that you can hop in your car and drive into the sunset. Hyper kids are enough excitement for one trip.
Tell us a bit about your slice of heaven.
Let’s get you insured.
Have a question? We have an answer.
You won’t find any complicated industry jargon or legalese here.
We’ll always give it to you straight. That goes for everything—including FAQs.
How do I get the best price possible?
We compare the best prices between all of our insurance partners to find the best rate for you. All you need to do is tell us about yourself and what you want insured. We’ll handle the rest!
What's liability coverage?
Liability insurance is another way of saying financial protection for you and your family. If someone is injured on your property (even if you had nothing to do with it), your liability insurance covers the financial cost of whatever reparations or legal discussions take place to make things right.
How do I know what's covered?
We’ll go over what’s covered and what’s not before you sign anything, and give you the option to add coverage for those things. These are called “named perils,” and can include things like:
Damage from animals or insect infestations.
Roof damage from snow or ice build-up.
Damage from extreme weather storms.
Does it protect my boathouse?
Cottage policies usually include some coverage for other buildings on the property, like a baothouse or small guest cottages. The amount of coverage varies between insurance providers and individual policies, which is why we go through it with you.
For example, most cottage insurance policies will cover a canoe or a small rowboat, but you’d need a policy for a sailboat.
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