What do you call home? Maybe it’s a ranch in the suburbs, a restored farmhouse, or a downtown high-rise. No matter where you live in Delaware, your home is a special place you want to protect.

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Home Insurance Coverage Options in Delaware

Farmers® gives you multiple options for covering your home and everything in it. You could build your policy to suit your lifestyle and dwelling type:

  • Single-family home
  • Condo
  • Mobile or manufactured
  • Seasonal or vacation
  • Rental property
  • Older home 

Typical homeowners insurance policies in Delaware cover damage caused by:

  • Windstorms
  • Hail
  • Lightning strikes 
  • Fire 
  • Vandalism and theft 
  • Explosion 
  • Falling objects 
  • Damage caused by weight of snow or ice

Delaware homeowners insurance discounts

Farmers® builds value into every policy — but you may be eligible for even more savings.

We offer a variety of discounts for our home insurance customers based in Delaware. For example:

Protective devices

See a list of potential home insurance discounts. Not all discounts available in Delaware.

Smart home security that saves

Farmers is working with ADT Security Services to bring you the best of both businesses – ADT industry-leading smart home security, and outstanding coverage with a Farmers home policy. Farmers customers and prospective customers receive special ADT pricing.

View more coverage options in Delaware


Auto insurance

Find out minimum state requirements for auto insurance in Delaware, available discounts and more.

View car insurance details and discounts for Delaware

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