Scheduled Property Insurance

What is Scheduled
Property Insurance?


At Brownrigg Insurance, we know that your personal belongings are an extension of you, and oftentimes, the things you hold onto the most are the items in which you’ve invested much time and money. The Personal Property Insurance of your Homeowners policy will protect your valuables up to a certain amount, but may not cover many of your most prized possessions.

What does it cover?

Scheduled Personal Property (SPP) Insurance enhances your current Homeowners or Renters policy to include items of exceptional value such as jewelry, cameras, artwork, golf equipment, firearms, musical instruments, fine silverware, collectibles, and more. If one of your personal items is damaged or stolen due to a covered incident, your policy will help pay for the expense of a repair or replacement.

Should you decide to add the premium protection of SPP Insurance, one of the specialists at Brownrigg Insurance will work with you to determine the replacement cost of each item you would want to have insured.

The items you own are unique, which is why at Brownrigg Insurance, we can create a policy that fits your specific needs in order to ensure the security of your most personal belongings.

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What is the difference between scheduled and unscheduled insurances?

Scheduled Insurance refers to the items listed on your policy showing a description and specific limit for each item. Unscheduled insurance works more for a collection of smaller valued items together to form a single limit.

What is a schedule of property?

This is an itemized list of property values at each location.

What is the difference between Blanket and Scheduled Coverage?

A blanket limit provides a single limit of insurance for multiple locations and Scheduled Coverage outlines property identified at each location.

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