With home insurance from Square One, you can buy additional protection for the classes of specialty property listed below. That way, you only pay for the protection you need.
Any personal and portable equipment used for athletic or recreational activities, including:
Bikes fall under our definition of sporting equipment. Watercraft means any commercially manufactured devices, with seats, used to transport person(s) across a body of water. This class of specialty property also includes all related property like accessories, equipment and trailers. Examples of watercraft include boats, canoes and kayaks.
The maximum payable for any single item of bicycles, sporting equipment or watercraft is $3,000, unless the item is listed on your policy.
Any property that you own pertaining to, or intended for use in, your trade, profession or occupation. This include cameras, computers, sporting equipment and tools that you use to earn an income.
The maximum payable for any single item of business property is $3,000, unless the item is listed on your policy.
Fine arts means visual art considered to have been created primarily for aesthetic purposes and judged for its beauty or meaningfulness, including:
Collectibles means items collected as a hobby, for display, or as an investment or store of value, including:
The maximum payable for any single item of fine arts and collectibles is $3,000, unless the item is listed on your policy.
Objects designed for the adornment of the body, including:
The maximum payable for any single item of jewellery and watches is $6,000, unless the item is listed on your policy.
At Square One, you get to choose what specialty property to insure so you only pay for what you need. Provided below are statistics on the percentage of Square One customers that add each class of specialty property to their policies.