Save up to 25% on tenant insurance in Canada with Surex
One of the misconceptions about tenant insurance is that it’s never required. Although tenant insurance isn’t required by-law, your landlord has the right to make it a stipulation to your lease. If you find yourself in this position, you’ll need to start looking for reliable tenant insurance in Canada.
Whether you’re renting an apartment on the 36th floor of a highrise or the basement of a duplex, Surex can help you find the best, cheapest tenant insurance in Canada. Our experienced insurance advisors have the industry expertise to help you find quality quotes with competitive rates. Call or click today to learn how we can help you save up to 25% on tenant insurance.
Tenant Insurance in Canada - What You Need to Know
Even though you may be living in a space for a temporary period, it is important to insure the items that are yours permanently. We'll provide you up to ten quotes — to ensure you get the best coverage on your tenant insurance in Canada — for the cheapest price.
Our tenant insurance (renter's insurance) can extend three-fold, to give you the peace of mind that you're safe in someone else's property.
Your quote can include:
- Protection for your personal items from theft, loss or damage.
- Personal liability coverage, in the unfortunate case, that someone is injured while at your home.
- Living expenses, if you need to temporarily relocate due to damage or loss.
Although tenant insurance policies in Canada will differ, you’ll find in general they will exclude, or limit coverage, on high value items like bicycles, sporting equipment, collectibles, fine art, jewellery, and watches. Additionally, since a tenant insurance policy is for personal property it also typically excludes items associated with a home-based business.
It is always best to speak with your Surex Advisor to check your coverages.
If you live in one of the following provinces, you can speak with your Surex insurance advisor about finding cheap tenant insurance in Canada: Nova Scotia, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut.