Orchid P&C Knowledge Center: For Homeowners
FEMA Unveils First Update to National Flood Insurance Program in Half-Century
When the water swirls around her neighborhood, which is becoming more and more routine during high tide, Deb Bourbeau feels like she owns oceanfront property. The truth is her weekend home looks out over a tidal marsh in the west...
Without Watercraft Insurance, High Net Worth Sea-goers Risk Missing the Boat
To celebrate the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl victory in February, Tampa officials hosted a festive boat parade along the city’s Riverwalk for fans and players. One celebrant stood out among the others. Super Bowl LV Most Valuable player Tom Brady showed...
From Texas to Massachusetts, Hurricane Season Spares Few Coastal Counties
Orchid Insurance offers windstorm coverage to residential and commercial property owners including many who endured the most active hurricane season in recorded history.
Property Insurance: Water Leak Repairs Lost in Mix During COVID-19 Pandemic
Even though COVID-19 has kept more people inside than ever before, far too many homeowners may be overlooking interior water leaks and putting off their repairs.
COVID Claims: Insurers Gaining Upper Hand in Business Interruption Legal Disputes
More than six months after COVID-19 restrictions shut the doors to many
Any Way Wind Blows, Storm Mitigation Can Reduce Property Insurance Costs
Huddled in their bathroom, Lois Watson, her husband, and their daughter could see
The Difference Between the NFIP and Private Flood Market
Flood insurance coverage is a necessity in many parts of the country.
Why Does My Rate Go Up If I Didn’t File a Claim?
Can My Homeowner’s Insurance Rates Go Up Even If I Don’t File a Claim?
What is the Difference Between Excess Coverage and Umbrella Coverage?
Are you adequately covered for liability?
How to Protect Your Boat During a Storm
Learn how to prepare your boat or yacht for a storm.
INSURANCE INFORMATION FOR HOMEOWNERS
Orchid is The First Choice for homeowners insurance in coastal areas throughout the United States. Learn more about protecting your home and property in the case that disaster strikes.