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TornadoDo you know the ins and outs of your homeowners insurance policy? Many standard policies cover damage caused by strong winds associated with tornadoes and hurricanes, but this coverage may be capped. Or, the coverage may protect your home's structure but not your belongings inside.

There are times when you may not qualify for a standard home insurance policy. This might be the case if you live in high-risk areas like a coastal town — where hurricanes are common — or the Midwest — where tornadoes are common. If your home insurance does not include windstorm insurance, that coverage is an important consideration to discuss with your independent insurance agent.

There are two ways to acquire this valuable coverage. You can either purchase an endorsement on your home insurance policy or you can purchase a separate policy to cover windstorm damages. Your agent can help determine which solution is right for you, as well as whether the additional premium cost is worth it based on your area's risk of windstorm.

It's important to note that though windstorm insurance may cover associated hail damage, it does not cover associated flood damage. Flooding will require a separate flood insurance policy.

Want to see if this coverage is right for you? Call Danback Insurance Agency at (512) 454-4567 for more information on Austin windstorm insurance.
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