As a resident you probably like to argue that Southern California is the most beautiful place to live in the United States. Scenic landscapes of valleys and beaches flood the region with unmatched wonder and elegance not found anywhere else in the country. Living in Southern California has all the advantages one can need, but there is also a distinct disadvantage all residents know about: Earthquakes. Every region in the U.S. is prone to their share of weather disasters, and California is no different. Thankfully, there is specialized California earthquake insurance than can protect you from any harm caused by earthquakes.

Because a regular property insurance plan does not cover damage from earthquakes and other natural disasters, you need to obtain a customized policy that will add itself to your current insurance plan. Whether protecting a home, business, or rented property, you need to give yourself the opportunity to protect your building from any damage and devastation that is out of your control. So far in 2011, the U.S. has seen so many natural disasters that it is impossible to turn on the news without seeing coverage on the most recent flood, tornado, or wildfire. Natural disasters have the ability to destroy a home in minutes, so why risk the consequences?

At Gary Warner Insurance Agency, Inc., we provide California earthquake insurance above and beyond regular insurance standards. We offer unparalleled customer service and affordable rates that are available to anyone. Call us today to begin constructing a plan that will protect your property. Don’t wait until it’s too late.



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