We Cover...

  • Vermin
  • Fire
  • Burglary
  • Vandalism
  • Explosion
  • Leaking Water
  • Building Collapse
  • Tornado
  • Hurricane
  • Earthquake
  • Lightning
  • Smoke
  • Hail
  • Wind

Features...

  • Only $100 Deductible
  • Coverage from $1,000 to $15,000
  • Largest claims network in the industry
  • File claims right from your smart phone or tablet

Facts...

  • 56% of tenants are between homes and do not have any coverage.
  • Tenants with Homeowner’s or Renter’s insurance policies do not realize that commercial or business property stored is typically not covered.
  • Most Homeowner’s or Renter’s policies have high deductibles and provide little or no coverage for property in storage.

Exclusions*

Safestor does not provide coverage for jewelry, furs, antiques, artwork, watches, money, securities, documents or motorized vehicles, nor is there coverage for any loss resulting from war, flood, or climate conditions like rust or mildew.

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Vermin
Vermin - Rats are ranked as the second most successful mammalian species living on Earth today - behind us humans, of course. Rats can reproduce young four to six times a year having litters of four to ten. Once they have reached the age of three to six months, they have the ability of reproducing.
Resource: Have a Heart Wild Animal Control
Fire
Fire - In 2011 there were 98,500 non-residential structure fires with an estimated loss of $2,639,000.00.
Resource: US Fire Administration
Burglary
Burglary - Victims of burglary offenses suffered an estimated $4.6 billion in lost property in 2010; overall, the average dollar loss per burglary offense was $2,119.
Resource: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Vandalism
Vandalism - A term derived from the Roman language and it represents a tribe. Vandals were an ancient Roman tribe known for their destruction, and they would destruct anything that came their way. If they were angered, then they could destroy beautiful architectural buildings and other public property.
Resource: Legal Advice Help
Explosion
Explosion - The most common artificial explosives are chemical explosives, usually involving a rapid and violent oxidation reaction that produces large amounts of hot gas.
Resource: Wikipedia
Leaking-Water
Leaking-Water - Property damage resulting from water damage due to plumbing failures and freezing pipes is the third most common cause of homeowner loss.
Resource: Leak Defense System
Building-Collapse
Building Collapse - When internal load bearing structural elements fail, a building will collapse into itself and exterior walls are pulled into the falling structure. This scenario may be caused by construction activity, an earthquake, or fire. Alternatively, if the structural failure is caused by an explosion or natural forces such as weather, the building may collapse in an outward direction.
Resource: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Tornado
Tornado - The United States has an average of 1,253 tornadoes touch down per year.
Resource: National Climatic Data Center
Hurricane
Hurricane - Every second, a large hurricane releases the energy of 10 atomic bombs.
Resource: StormSense.com
Earthquake
Earthquake - One earthquake is felt approximately every 30 seconds somewhere in the world.
Resource: Center for Earthquake and Information
Lightning
Lightning - Damage costs from lightning are estimated at 4-5 billion each year in the U.S. Lightning is the most dangerous and frequently encountered weather hazard people experience each year.
Resource: Hamilton Lightning Protection
Smoke
Smoke - Causes damage in a number of ways. It does not have to be from a big fire. Stains, fumes, odors, and toxic byproducts from smoke can have harmful effects on a building's interior, furnishings, and personal possessions.
Resource: eHow
Hail
Hail - Hail causes about $1 billion dollars in damage to property and crops each year.
Resource: National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Wind
Wind - Once winds exceed 135 knots (250 km/h), homes completely collapse, and significant damage is done to larger buildings. Total destruction to manmade structures occurs when winds reach 175 knots (324 km/h).
Resource: Wikipedia