The Worst Advice You Can Get About Weather Insurance

March 23rd, 2018 | Posted by US Weather Insurance in Uncategorized

You can’t believe all advice that you get about Weather Insurance. People and so called weather insurance companies may be giving you the wrong advice. We want to inform our customers and prospective customers on what we consider “bad advice.” If you have been told  any of the following phrases,

“If you live in an area that has consistent weather patterns, you don’t need weather insurance.”

Why This Is Bad Advice:

There is no such thing as “consistent weather.” No matter where you reside, you are not exempt from adverse weather conditions. We seen this recently with Texas. In December 2017, this state (known for their hot and humid weather) received up to 5 inches of snow.

“There is no benefit for getting weather insurance.”

Why This Is Bad Advice:

US Weather Insurance will help create unique promotions to increase interest in your business while also boosting revenue. By putting a twist on a run of the mill promotion, a weather insurance promotion will drive traffic and increase sales. US Weather Insurance also promotes creativity when planning your next big sale; we will assist you in customizing the promotion to meet your company’s exact needs.

“The way that weather is measured for a policy is not accurate.”

Why This Is Bad Advice:

We provide several options for measuring the weather. The first option is the most popular and also included in the cost of coverage, the closest national weather station or airport to the event. The distance is very important when the client makes the decision on whether to use the included airport location. Our consultants usually recommend using the closest national weather station if you are within 15-20 miles of the event, any further and the weather can be completely different at the two locations. The second option is for the client to hire a certified weather observer to attend the event and measure the weather from the event location. US Weather Insurance will have to approve the observer to make sure they are qualified. The third option is to use a third party Doppler radar system that will measure the weather based on the zip code of your event location. This is the most popular option for events that are not located near an airport or weather station. There is a small daily fee for this option however it is the most accurate since it will be measured at your event location.

Since you now know what is wrong, it should be easy for you to determine what is right. With US Weather Insurance, we make sure to give you honesty and accuracy. For more details, speak to one of our representatives at 888-982-5488 or email us at



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