With record high temperatures being experienced across the state during the first week of January, it is difficult to remember the bone-chilling temperatures that are usually prevalent during this time of the year. Along with that, it is difficult to remember that fireplaces and other heating equipment are the main cause of many house and apartment fires during winter.
If you are a homeowner, your Wisconsin home insurance policy will cover most of your fire-related expenses. But what if you rent a house or apartment? Did you know that renters are at risk of receiving nothing after experiencing a fire?
This is why it is important to have a Wisconsin renters insurance plan to protect your rented property. It is especially important to have renters insurance when you live in an apartment or other building with multiple renters since the other residents’ actions could affect you. If another renter causes the whole building to start on fire, you may be left with nothing if you do not have Wisconsin renters insurance.
December, January and February are often the three months of the year when house fires occur most. Protect you and your family with a Wisconsin renters insurance policy and contact us today!