Residential Equipment Breakdown Coverage
Now you can protect all of your important home systems and personal property due to loss by mechanical or electrical breakdown with our residential equipment breakdown coverage. This unique coverage is available as an addition to your Farm Bureau Member's Choice policy for only $2 per month!
When selected as part of your package policy, residential equipment breakdown coverage protects the home systems you depend on most ― your furnace, air conditioner, hot water heater and appliances as well as your home electronics systems such as stereos, TVs and computers. This unique offering provides coverage for almost anything that uses electrical power.
Residential equipment breakdown coverage is convenient and seamless. This optional coverage can be added to your package for just $24 a year for each owner occupied home you insure and provides coverage for up to $50,000 with a $500 deductible per occurrence.
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