How much should homeowners insurance cost per month?

In Utah, you can expect to pay about $40 – $60 per month for a typical home, though it depends on your city and other variables. The cost will also vary by insurance company, so it pays to shop around for coverage.

What risks does your policy cover?

Each policy is and can be different, but standard homeowners insurance policies will typically help pay to repair damage caused by certain risks or perils, including:

  • theft
  • fire and smoke
  • windstorm or hail
  • falling objects
  • frozen plumbing
  • water damage from plumbing, water heater, appliances, and heating or cooling systems

Request a quote on your home insurance and see how much you can save.