Top Washington Home Insurance Providers Ranked By Homeowners
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Top Washington Home Insurance Company Reviews & Ratings
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Latest Homeowners Insurance Reviews
My overall favorite part of the company is their customer service. They have been there when I needed them and treat me like an actual human instead of a paycheck.
What I dislike is how expensive it is. It isn't really a company problem because all insurance is expensive. I just wish it was cheaper because I feel that will pay more money monthly then will every get in return for a claim.
Overall I like the ease that I can make payments, review documents, and start a claim online if needed. I have also been able to talk to people directly when needed, and they have always been very responsive.
Of course, the thing I dislike the most is the premium. However, I recently shopped other companies and the premium was not out of line with others in the industry. I decided to stay with them rather than save just a few dollars because I knew their customer service if needed.
Overall, I really like the service I have with progressive. They have saved me a lot of money, and although I haven't had a house claim, they've helped me with car claims before and they've been really great. I like the options of paying online, and their customer service is some of the best I've had. I really can't say much else.
Overall, my one complaint about progressive is that I wish they'd have a chat option on their website to help me with questions and changes to my policy. I'm not the biggest fan of calling in to people. Their website could use a little bit of love, it is kind of plain, but it gets the job done. I'd like to see an app (or a better app) from progressive that lets me manage everything on my phone.
USAA has made every single claim we have had easy to finish. We have never been turned away. We pay very competitive premiums. The app works well.
Peace of mind is what I value most about USAA. I've never needed to file a claim, but I have confidence that should I need them I will be taken care of.
We don't really dislike anything. We have never had a complaint about our service in twenty years. Belonging to USAA has been one of the best rewards from my husband's serving 20 years in the U.S. Military.
There isn't anything I dislike about USAA. I guess the one thing that I would feel would be convenient would be if they had an office here in town. That being said, they might. I've just never needed to file a claim.
The customer service is great, I have no hassle or headaches and I can trust my home is taken care of if anything ever happens to it.
I like that's it's local and affordable. There isn't anything else I like about it.
overall they are a wonderful insurance company and i wouldn't switch they see to really care about their customer's issues
There's not much I can say I like right now. In the past they were great but the last 7 years or so have been pretty blah. I like that they automatically draft and give a discount for doing that I guess.
Poor communication, poor service, poor website. Annoying staff!
one thing I do not like is that it costs a little more than other insurance companies but I would rather pay a little more for a good company.
I dislike the rates constantly going up significantly without an obvious cause (no claims, etc.). I also dislike that we have contacted them repeatedly without them following through at all.
Overall I am satisfied with is. I like the customer service and the peace of mind knowing that I have insurance.
State Farm has excellent coverage, service, and communications. They are a long time, stable company, and I trust they will be there for me when I need them.
Insurance is a necessary evil, and fortunately this company does a fine job. They make things easy for me at the very least.
I wish there was better coverage. I would like the entire value of my home covered. That would be negative that I see.
Only that the premium isn't cheaper, however, I firmly believe you get what you pay for. To have the excellent coverage and service, I know I have to pay for them, so it's really not enough of a dislike for me to leave.
Again, it's a necessary evil that I wish wasn't so goddamn expensive! It's the price of admission I suppose.