It really is so easy to get a sneak peak on what your home insurance quote would be from Progressive through online. The thing I like about the internet is that it allows you to do a lot of things, that would’ve been impossible before. You can now settle your bills through the internet, and you can also apply for an insurance through the internet. It’s really easy. There’s no real need for you to head to a company’s office (especially if it’s a little far from where you are at) unless it is absolutely necessary.
How to check out your home insurance quote? First, you will need to head over to Progressive’s official website. If you don’t want to do it online, or if you want someone to talk to, you can give them a ring at 1-855-347-3939. Next, find the button “Get A Quote” or “Start A Quote” and then click on it. You will be asked for you zip code so be sure that you know what your zip code is.
To begin you will need to fill in a few information needed to solve for your own personal quote. The first question they will ask of you would be the address of your home, since you are going to insure it. You will need your street address and apartment unit. At the end, you will be asked the desired date you want your coverage to start. Once you are done, click next.
Now, it is time for you to give details about yourself. You will have to give them your full name, date of birth, and e-mail address. They will ask about whether or not you have an auto insurance with Progressive. If you have more than one premium with Progressive, you may be eligible for a discount. They will also be asking questions about your home insurance history, if you have any. They will ask if this is your first home, number of home insurance claims you reported in the last five years, number of home insurance cancellations due to non-payment, and if you are done, click the next button. You still have a little bit to go.
After you, the form will move it’s focus on your property. I am talking about your house. The form will ask what year your home was built, the square footage of your home (an approximation will do), its market value (again an approximation will do, architectural style, number of stories, and property type. That’s why it’s important that you are knowledgeable about your property or else, you won’t have anything to answer to these questions. The form will also ask about how many bathrooms your home has, what the kitchen top material is, the year your home’s wiring was installed or updates, your ceiling height, rooms that have cathedral or vaulted ceilings, rooms with crown molding, and inside wall materials. You will also have to input the floor type of your home.
Now the form will move on to the exterior details of your home. It will ask if your property is on a slope, what the exterior siding is, the roof shape, roofing material, year the roof was installed, foundation type, garage type, if you have a swimming pool or not, and finally if your home has 60 feet or more of fence.
if you are done with that, the form will go into a much deeper level. It will be asking about the heating and cooling of your home. What is the primary heating type? Is your house centralized with air condition? Do you have a fireplace? Do you use a wood or coal burning stove? The form will also ask about the safety of your home. Do you have an indoor sprinkler system? Do you have burglar alarm type for your home? Do all external doors have deadbolts? Smoke detectors? Fire alarms?
Lastly, the form will be asking about the occupancy in the house. It will ask how long you will be using the house, number of household members, if there are any residents outside your immediate family, if you have pets, if you are leasing your land, is there commercial/retail farming on your land, and etc. Once you are done, you will be given a quote.
Now wasn’t that easy? You can totally do it on your own! You just have to make sure that you have all the information needed so you can finish it quicker.
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