What's in a Chubb Masterpiece® homeowners policy? Here are just a few key features that give comprehensive protection:
With extended replacement cost coverage, after a covered loss Chubb will pay to have your home repaired or rebuilt to its original condition-even if the cost exceeds your policy limit. We will even pay for upgrades made necessary by the loss due to modern building codes.
Through complimentary home appraisals, Chubb's highly trained risk consultants will visit your home to carefully note the things that turned your house into your home and make sure you are fully protected. Our risk consultants also assist with security and fire prevention advice.
If your home cannot be lived in due to a covered loss and you need a temporary residence while your house is rebuilt, Chubb will help you find a place to stay where you'll be comfortable, whether that’s at a similar home in your school district if available or a suitable hotel.
In the event of a covered total loss, if you decide not to rebuild or to rebuild at another location, Chubb offers a cash settlement, up to your policy limit. The choice is yours.
In the event that the things inside your home are damaged, Chubb will replace all the details that turned your house into a home, from upgraded appliances to custom cabinets, flooring or carpentry. Plus, we’ll replace upgraded appliances based on the exact or latest model available. We’ll make sure your belongings are covered for the amount it costs to replace them today, without deduction for depreciation, up to the limit you chose on your policy. And Chubb doesn't require you to replace them. You may choose a cash settlement instead.
Extras aren't extra with Chubb. A Chubb homeowners policy includes extra coverages to help protect you in unexpected situations, ranging from tree removal after a storm, restoration of electronic data destroyed by a computer virus, or lock replacement if your keys are lost or stolen. Chubb clients can also benefit from HomeScan, which can reveal leaks, missing insulation, and faulty electrical connections before damage happens.
When a water hose on Kathy’s washing machine burst, Chubb exceeded her expectations in restoring her home.
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