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How home insurance in Moncton works

Moncton home insurance isn't required by law, but your lender requires it, and it's just a good idea for peace of mind. So, whether you’re in a single-family house in Caledonia, a condominium in downtown Moncton, an apartment in Mapleton, or a mansion in Sunny Brae, there is coverage to suit whatever you call home. 

There are 3 main types of home insurance - comprehensive, broad, and basic. The overwhelming choice of the people of Moncton is a comprehensive home insurance policy. Mainly due to the costs between the different policy types being minimal and some lenders will only offer a comprehensive policy. Plus a comprehensive policy provides you with the highest level of protection. Here’s a breakdown of the three different types of home insurance policies:

Coverage Description
Basic coverage

Also known as named perils, is the cheapest option, but will only cover the specific risks you choose. A peril is a certain risk that may damage your home or property. For instance, you may choose “Fire or Lightning” as a peril, to protect your home from fire or lightning, but if a thief robs your home, there would be no coverage

Broad coverage

Covers the physical structure of your home and contents for risks of direct physical loss or damage, but there are some exclusions. It only insures your contents for specifically named perils or risks such as a flood. 

Comprehensive coverage

The most inclusive policy covering the building and its contents from all risks, except for some optional coverages such as sewer back-up, earthquakes, or overland water. More detail below. 

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Factors impacting your Moncton home insurance premiums

Many factors go into calculating your Moncton home insurance quotes. Details like your home's age, the likelihood of flood, or theft based on your location, and other basic construction details allow a Moncton home insurance broker or an agent to properly assess risks and determine the probability of something going wrong. The more risks with your property, the higher your Moncton home insurance rates will be. Below are the key 11 factors home insurance companies look at before providing a quote. 

Property type

Credit score

Replacement cost


Internal construction


Renovations & betterments

Past claims history


Special use

Pool and other accessory dwellings

How much is home insurance in Moncton?

Moncton homeowners pay an average of $780 per year. This will fluctuate based on location and property type. To see if you could be paying less, why not spend 5 minutes and get a free quote?

Types of home insurance

Types of Moncton home insurance coverage

Whether you own or rent, live in a house or a condo - there is home insurance coverage for you, but there are some differences. A homeowner needs to protect their home, including mechanical assets and structures. A condo owner needs to protect their unit and its contents. Tenant's insurance covers a renter's personal belongings and expenses to live elsewhere following a claim—all types of home insurance cover liability. Let's look into it in more detail.

Dwelling building

Coverage for damages caused by perils such as fire or lightning, depending on your chosen policy. It covers your dwelling (home) and any attached structures, such as a garage or sun deck. It also includes coverage for swimming pools and permanently installed outdoor equipment, like a children's playset.

  • Coverage amount: Replacement cost of your home
  • Included: Yes

Detached private structure(s)

Coverage for damages caused by perils such as windstorms or hail for any privately detached structures you have on your insured premises; such as a tool shed, detached garage, or pool house.

  • Coverage amount: 10% - 20% of replacement cost
  • Included: Yes

Personal property

Your personal property or contents are covered including appliances, furniture, clothing, and electronics. Jewellery, artwork, or other specialty items may require extra coverage, so inform your insurer. 

  • Coverage amount: 70% - 80% of replacement cost, varies depending on depreciation. 
  • Included: Yes

Additional living expenses

Will provide you with the means to cover the costs of living away from your home for a period of time due to an insured loss (i.e. a loss caused by an insured peril such as flood or fire).

  • Coverage amount: 20% - 30% of replacement cost
  • Included: Yes


How to get cheap Moncton home insurance quotes

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    We take the work out of monotonous phone calls and visits to many different brokerages repeating the same information over and over. By entering your information, we can give you several home insurance quotes from Canada’s top home insurance providers in minutes.

  2. Bundle policies

    Moncton insurance companies often give a 20-25% discount to consumers who get both their home and auto insurance from them.

  3. Monitored alarm systems

    If you have a centrally monitored alarm system installed, you could receive a 5-10% discount on house insurance in Moncton This typically does not include your own cameras and motion sensor lighting. To get the discount, you must have a central station that protects your home.

  4. Increase your deductible

    Increasing your Moncton home insurance deductible from a standard $500 to $1,000 or $2,000 will bring down your premiums. Just make sure you can afford the higher deductible should you need to make a claim.

  5. Renovations

    Upgrading known risks like knob & tube to copper wiring or plumbing from iron and steel to plastic and copper you could see a reduction in your premiums. However, if you build an addition or add expensive finishes you’ll likely pay more

  6. Ask about discounts

    A new job may mean union membership, group discounts, or corporate discounts. A retiree may also save on home insurance. A yearly review is recommended to see and ask what discounts may apply to you as things change.

  7. Stay with your home insurer (loyalty)

    The longer you stay loyal to your home insurance provider, the more they’ll reward you with discounts, especially if you remain claims free.

  8. Improve your credit score

    If your insurer monitors your credit score, be sure to pay your bills on time. Subscribe to a credit monitoring service and take some time to learn how to get the best credit score possible.


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Author Bio

Matt Hands, Business Director of Insurance

Matt started his professional career at CARPROOF where he honed his marketing and analytical skills for over 3 years. Matt then took his wealth of experience to’s Toronto offices, working with insurance providers, agents, and brokers to grow and expand the Insurance business unit. He is a thought leader in the community and a valuable insurance resource to respected publications like the Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, Huffington Post, Yahoo News, and 680 news radio in Toronto.

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