Your Homeowners Insurance policy covers your home and your possessions, and provides comprehensive, worldwide liability coverage for you and other members of your household.
You have made significant financial investments in your home and personal property. N&D proudly offers you the highest level of financial security. We are rated “A Excellent” by A.M. Best, the industry’s leading rating organization.
Homeowners Insurance is available in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New Jersey.
For more information on Norfolk & Dedham Group® products and coverages, please use our Agency Locator to find an insurance agent convenient to you.
Contact an agent today to get started on building a customized insurance plan for your home. Be sure to ask about these great discounts and endorsements:
Save money by bundling your home with your auto or another type of N&D policy.
You can save money on both your condo policy and association ComPak policy by bundling them.
Being claim-free will not only prevent potential headaches, it will save you money on your policy.
You can save money on your Homeowners Insurance by installing fire protection and/or burglar alarm systems.
Having a smart home device, such as a security system or smart thermostat can save you money on your insurance.
If your home has a professionally installed automatic water shut off device to prevent leaks, you are eligible for a discount on your premium.
Get in touch with a convenient and local N&D® Group agent who can discuss our insurance products with you.
Did you know that sudden damage to “home systems” —such as HVAC and appliances—caused by accident and breakdown is typically not covered under most warranties or service contracts? Did you know this coverage can be added to your homeowner policy?
Not including boating incidents, on average about 10 people die from drowning every day in the United States, according to the National Safety Council. Please take a moment to learn a few pool accident prevention and safety tips from the NSC.
Many household items can be deadly to a curious child. SafeKids.org has many videos and other resources that can help you make your home safe for your children.