Enhanced Water Endorsement

Enhanced Water Endorsement Explained

Our coverage has changed! Effective June 1, 2016 our new Enhanced Water Endorsement will replace our old Sewer Back-up Endorsement. Our new Enhanced Water Endorsement, detailed below, expands the coverage for water damage in your Policy.

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More protection than ever before

Our new Enhanced Water Endorsement expands the coverage for water damage in your Policy. Your home is now covered against more perils than ever before.

Sewer Back-up
If rainstorms overwhelm sewers and they back up into your home, you're covered
Failed Sump Pumps
Too much rain causes your sump pump to give out, you're covered
Overflowing Rivers
If a river, pond or lake floods, you're covered. This was not previously covered, and is one of the biggest benefits to our new Enhanced Water Endorsement.
Spring Thaw
When all that winter snow Alberta is used to melts, and starts to get inside your house, you're covered
Torrential Rain
If torrential rains cause leaking in your house, you're covered

Download your copy of the Enhanced Water Endorsement

 

There's Always Fine Print

Our new Enhanced Water Endorsement expands the coverage for water damage in your home insurance policy. Although almost everyone is eligible and almost everything is covered, there are still some exceptions. For example, those without sewer back-up coverage are not eligible for this endorsement. And things like a breach of a dam are not covered. Refer to your policy or chat with your insurance advisor to get all the details.

Get All the Details

Everything you need to know about the Enhanced Water Endorsement is at your fingertips.

See The Endorsement
Effective June 1, 2016 our new Enhanced Water Endorsement will replace our old Sewer Back-up Endorsement. Read it in full here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions? That's okay - we thought you might! Check out the Enhanced Water Endorsement Frequently Asked Questions.
Know What's Covered
We'll outline some common water damage scenarios so you can learn more about what is (and what is not) covered.