Static insurance is commonly used to provide protection against loss or damage to buildings and other structures.

Typically, a static policy covers the cost of repairing or rebuilding an insured building. It may also cover some personal property in the building, such as furniture and appliances. The policy may provide coverage for additional living expenses related to the loss of use of the building if it cannot be repaired within a specified time frame.

Some policies also cover certain types of damage caused by natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes.

A typical static insurance policy will include:

A limit on how much money will be paid by the insurer toward repair or replacement costs for any one occurrence; this amount is called the “per occurrence limit” or “per claim limit.” For example, if you have a $500 per occurrence limit on your house, that means the most that would be paid out under your policy for all losses from any one event would be $500 (even if there were multiple claims). If you have another loss that occurs within 90 days after a previous loss, you will not be able to receive anything more than $500 from your insurer for those two events combined.

A limit on how much money will be paid by the insurer if you make a claim during a policy period.

If you’re looking for a new insurance policy, you may have heard of static home insurance. But what exactly is it?

Here are five things to know about static home insurance:

1. It’s a type of home insurance that covers you if your house becomes uninhabitable or completely destroyed by a natural disaster such as fire, flood or hurricane.

2. A static policy will typically cover you if your house becomes uninhabitable due to damage caused by those events. It will also cover you if your house is completely destroyed by those events — but only the cost to rebuild it at current prices (minus any depreciation). This means that if your home has gained value since the last time you bought a policy, you may not be able to get enough money out of your new policy to pay off its mortgage or other debts associated with owning it.

3. A standard home insurance policy will generally cover damage caused by any event that is not specifically excluded from coverage under the policy — including theft and vandalism. However, there may be limits on how much money can be claimed for these types of losses — usually around 10 per cent of an insured value for theft and vandalism combined (or less).

Static insurance is a type of insurance policy that covers the damage to or loss of property, without regard to its value. For example, if you have a static home insurance policy, it will cover damage to your home even if it drops in value after the damage occurs. Static policies are also known as all-risk policies.

All-risk policies are usually more expensive than other types of policies because they offer more protection. They typically cover the following types of loss:



Windstorm or hail


Falling objects and vandalism

Theft and vandalism

Smoke damage from fire or water leakage

Accidental damage caused by flood or earthquake To know more about what your insurance covers contact us.

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