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Free Acuity Home Insurance Quote

Acuity homeowners insurance policies are available for standard homeowners, small business owners (who operate a business out of their home), condominium owners, tenants/renters, and seasonal properties. The basic coverages included on most plans include Acuity covering the cost to rebuild/repair your house (from covered losses), coverage for your personal property, bodily injury/medical liability, and more. More detailed information can be viewed on the homeowners page here (link opens in a new browser tab/window). Follow the tutorial below to learn how to get a free quote on the Acuity website.

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – Go to the quote page by clicking the button at the top of this page, or clicking here.

Step 2 – Press “Continue a Personal Quote.”


Step 3 – If you have already started a quote and want to finish it, enter your email address/birth date/ZIP code and click “Retrieve.” Otherwise, press the “Start a new quote” link as outlined below.


Step 4 – Select “Home” from the first drop-down list, and then select your State from the second list.

Step 5 – Press “Get a Quote.”


Step 6 – There are five steps to the quote form. In the first section you will enter your personal details (name, mailing address, date of birth, policy start date).


Note: Press “Continue” at the bottom of each section to move on to the next step of the form.

Step 7 – The second section is where you will enter the details of the home you want to insure. In the third section (“People”) you will provide details regarding the residents of the home. In the “Savings” section, you will provide any relevant details that will qualify you for savings on the policy.

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