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Protect what Plugs In with Residential Equipment Insurance

Overview

  • Add-On Coverage

    Most traditional homeowners policies don’t consider mechanical failure or electrical breakdown a cause of loss, so adding Residential Equipment Breakdown insurance (sometimes called Appliance Insurance) to your Farm Bureau Member’s Choice policy could make a huge difference. This special coverage includes just about everything plugged into your wall: TV, computer, stereo, air conditioner, furnace, water heater, appliances and other electrical home systems.

Coverage

  • Protect Your Appliances

    If you have an existing Farm Bureau Member’s Choice policy for your home and vehicles, you can add equipment breakdown coverage for just $2 a month. This special coverage includes just about everything plugged into your wall: TV, computer, stereo, air conditioner, furnace, water heater, appliances and other electrical home systems.

Discount

  • Farm Bureau Member's Choice

    You’ll save time and money when you bundle your car and home insurance with us. Plus, you’ll have the convenience of one policy, one premium and just one deductible for all your covered possessions. Contact your agent to learn more about our Farm Bureau Member’s Choice policy.

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