Bundle Your Insurance

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When it comes to insurance, most people don’t want to put a lot of effort into the process.  But what you might not know is that you are probably spending more time than you have to and overpaying for your insurance at the same time.

Do you have your home insurance with one company and your auto with another?  When you were shopping for those policies did you go from carrier to carrier seeing which one would give you the best rate?  If you answered yes to either or both of those questions, please contact us today.

Benefits of Bundling

There are many companies that adjust their insurance rates to attract homeowners who need to insure not only their cars, but also their homes and their toys. With that said, there are other companies that can beat them on price if it’s left to a head-to-head price check on a single line of insurance (such as auto or home).


At Colorado Insurance, we represent some of those companies that offer “multi-policy discounts” to attract customers who will need more than one type of insurance. These companies offer a cheaper rate to insure both your house and car than if you insured each one separately at different companies. The same goes if you add a second car or a toy (RV, snowmobile, ATV) – the discounts keep adding up.

How much Can You Save?

Of course, rates always depend on where you live, the value of your home and car(s), driving habits, personal health and so forth. But when you end up bundling your policies, the amount of money you can save is jaw dropping.  9 out of 10 of our clients save $500 or more every year because with Colorado Insurance we 1) shop you through 12 carriers and 2) get you the multi-policy discount.

Bottom Line

When you combine all of your policies with one insurance company through us, it will save you money and time compared to having a variety of carriers. In addition it’s important to remember, that when one company is handling all of your policies, it’s less time that you must spend sorting through and paying each policy. And you know what they say: time is money.