You could be missing out on potential savings if you have multiple insurance policies with different insurers. By purchasing multiple policies with the same insurer—a process known as bundling—you could find significant discounts.
Contact Hembree Insurance to learn more about how you could save money by bundling your auto and home insurance with us. We have offices in Marietta, Kennesaw and Douglasville, Georgia.
What Is Bundling?
Bundling your insurance policies is a convenient way to get insurance discounts. Many insurers will automatically enroll you for available discounts if you have multiple insurance policies with them. Depending on your insurance company, a bundled policy discount may also be called a multiproduct, multipolicy or multiline discount.
What Are the Benefits of Bundling Insurance Policies?
The benefits of bundling your insurance policies may vary among insurers. Here are some common advantages of buying your insurance policies from the same company:
- Convenience. Owning multiple policies with the same insurer may be easier to manage than having multiple policies with several different insurers.
- Discounted rates. Most insurers offer discounts for purchasing multiple policies. By staying with the same company, you may also become eligible for different discounts for longevity and loyalty.
- Insurance security. If you have multiple policies with your insurer, you’re generally less likely to have your policy canceled after filing multiple claims.
What Policies Can I Bundle?
If your insurer offers bundling discounts, you may be able to receive savings on a variety of policies. Here are some coverages that you may be able to bundle:
- Homeowners insurance
- Auto insurance
- RV insurance
- Condo insurance
- Boat insurance
- ATV insurance
Call Hembree Insurance to learn more about our bundling options.
How Do I Bundle My Insurance Policies?
We’re here to answer your insurance questions. Contact Hembree Insurance to learn more about our insurance bundling options.
This blog is intended for informational and educational use only. It is not exhaustive and should not be construed as legal advice. Please contact your insurance professional for further information.