Personal Lines > Dwelling Fire

A dwelling fire insurance policy is purchased by a homeowner who needs protection against certain perils (losses) but does not need comprehensive homeowner’s insurance coverage. A dwelling policy covers the structure of a building. The policy is ideal for a vacant home or for homes that are rented out.

A dwelling fire policy protects the structure of a home against the “named perils” listed in an insurance policy. Despite its title, the policy covers more than just fires. Other losses covered include but are not limited to wind, hail, lightning or vandalism. Because the policy exists to protect the structure only, personal property within the home such as electronics, clothes or appliances are excluded from coverage.


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