Summer Coverage 2015!

February 6th, 2015 | Posted by Alicia Milillo in weather insurance

Even though Phil saw his shadow and predicted six more weeks of winter, it is never too early to start quoting your summer events for weather coverage. US Weather Insurance insures different types of outdoor events such as concerts, fairs, sporting events, golf tournament and more! Take some time today to ignore the cold wind and snowfall to plan you warm outdoor event scheduled late spring or summer. The most important thing to consider when planning your summer event is what weather will cause a negative impact on my event?

Rainfall can really put a damper on any outdoor event! Rainfall can affect the amount of people that come to the event, the amount of merchandise sold by vendors, and the overall cancellation of the event. US Weather Insurance offers different amounts of rainfall the client can insure against so even if your event won’t run 100% with the smallest amount of rainfall, we can cover measurements as low as 1/10 inch. The client will also be able to control the hours that they need coverage for, if you have an outdoor event and need coverage before the scheduled start time, we can certainly quote you on the hours leading up to the event.

It’s hard to imagine 100 degree temperature when the weather report calls for temperatures in the teens however extreme high tempts can also negatively effect your outdoor event. Record breaking temperatures will stop people from going outside and attending outdoor events. While these temperatures might not be enough to cancel an event, it is certainly important to consider getting coverage in the case of record breaking heat. Taking out weather coverage for your event will certainly put your mind at ease knowing that you will be covered in the most extreme weather circumstances.

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