In light of the mass amounts of damage the Boulder flood caused to residents’ personal property, more than ever Altitude Integrations encourages our clients to protect their personal electronics. Protecting your laptops, desktops, tablets and any other expensive devices you may have in your home is easier than you think. Learn more about the options available and how to be prepared in case of damaged or stolen property.
- Homeowners/Renters Insurance: Most insurance companies provide protection for personal property. Depending on the company and insurance plan, available options may include actual cash value according to the market, replacement cost and other coverage based on the items you would like to insure. This coverage may be different from flood insurance so do your research. Renters Insurance is another easy option and provides flexibility for all ranges of property worth. Start by calling your insurance agent.
- American Express: Using your credit card for purchases made on electronics provides you with Purchase Protection and the option for Extended Warranty Coverage. On a base level, this worldwide coverage allows protection from theft and damage for up to 90 days after a purchase is made with the card for up to $1,000 in costs. Upgrading to a Platinum level or beyond adds a greater coverage amount and the Extended Warranty option will add an addition year onto manufacture warranties. Learn more on the American Express website.
- SquareTrade: A company dedicated to personal property protection plans, SquareTrade offers support for iPads, iPhones, Laptops, Tablets, SmartPhones, Cameras and Televisions. Each category breaks down into specific brands and devices to create a unique protection plan for every situation. Visit their website for more info and to get quotes on protecting your electronics.