Ground Water, Sewers and Overflow of Body of Water Insurance (Quebec only)

 

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Understanding Your Coverage

Water damage is a leading threat to homeowners, condominium dwellers, and tenants of rental properties. There’s nothing simple about water damage. Water escaping from a sewer, drain, sump pump, retention tank, or holding pond can cause damage to your basement, house foundation, and property.

 

It’s important that you have the coverage you need in the event that water enters your home.

Qualifying Allstate customers in Quebec can add Allstate’s NEW Ground Water, Sewers and Overflow of Body of Water Endorsement to their property policy, which covers the following:

 

• Damage caused by ground or surface water that enters or leaks into you building through basement floors, foundation, sidewalks, walls or other means.
• Water from dam breaks, the rising or overflow of a body of fresh water, whether natural or man-made.
• Sewer backup due to water overflow or sump pump malfunction.
• Water damage caused by water overflow from a sewer, drain, sump pump, retention tank, or holding pond.


If you would like to find out more about our Ground Water, Sewers and Overflow of Body of Water Endorsement or other options, contact a local Allstate agent or call 1-800-ALLSTATE now.

 

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The Ground Water, Sewers and Overflow of Body of Water Endorsement is available to eligible customers in Quebec only. This page contains information about home insurance coverage options which may have additional premiums. It does not include all conditions and exclusions which apply to Allstate insurance policies and their coverage option(s). If you are an Allstate customer, the terms of your property insurance policy and any of its endorsements govern. Please review your policy and its endorsements in detail and contact your local agent or 1-800-ALLSTATE if you have any questions.