Insure New Residential Windows and Doors

New residential windows and doors will keep your residence secure. These materials will also increase the overall value of your home. Use the tips that follow to acquire insurance coverage for the new additions.


You need to consider whether the changes require more insurance coverage whenever upgrades are made in your home or on your property. Upgrades that are made may keep your residence and property secure. The upgrades may minimize the risk of theft occurring. The new materials may also protect against the weather.


First, consider the overall value of the windows and doors you purchase. The value of these items may greatly affect the amount of insurance coverage you seek.

Some products come with a warranty. If you purchase windows and doors with coverage, review the warranty included with your purchases. Pay attention to the expiration date of the warranty.

In addition, review the warranty terms. Use the information you have read to help you determine how much insurance coverage you need.

Security Features

Assess the security features that came with the windows and doors you purchased. You should report these features when you attempt to upgrade your existing home insurance policy.

The security features may directly affect what type of premium you are responsible for. If the products you purchased did not come with adequate security, consider purchasing security products separately. Have the security products professionally installed?

Reach out to Allied Brokers Insurance Agency Inc.

Contact an Allied Brokers Insurance Agency Inc. representative. One of our agents serving Palo Alto, CA, will add the new windows and doors to your current home insurance policy.