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Safety Tips

Protect your home from Basement Flooding

>$1 billion

The total of insured sewer backup damage in homes from just two events in 2013, the southern Alberta flood and the Toronto flood.

Along with damaging property, basement flooding can cause long-term health impacts to you and your family. The following provides info on key areas that may require attention in order to reduce the risk of basement flooding to your home.

Protect your home from Hail

$1.6 billion

Insured losses caused by just three Alberta hailstorms (2010, 2012 and 2014).

Hail has affected every province and territory in Canada. The following provides info on key areas that may require attention in order to reduce the risk of hail damage to your home.

Protect your home from Wildfire

$4.9 billion

Insured losses from just three major wildfires (Kelowna, BC, 2003, Slave Lake, AB, 2011, and Fort McMurray, AB, 2016).

An average of 8,000 wildfires burn an average of 2.5 million hectares of forest each year in Canada. The following provides info on key areas that may require attention in order to reduce the risk of wildfire damage to your home.

Protect your home from Severe Wind

19

The number of tornadoes that touched down in Ontario on August 20, 2009, a Canadian record. Up to 600 homes were damaged.

Canada experiences all types of extreme wind events, from regular flat line winds and microbursts to tornadoes and hurricanes. The following provides info on key areas that may require attention in order to reduce the risk of wind damage to your home.

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