Utah Homeowners Insurance

Your home is major investment in your lifestyle and future. With a Farmers® home policy, you have the freedom to create a policy that reflects how you live and what matters most you.

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Home Insurance Coverage Options in Utah

Farmers Smart Plan Home® in Utah gives you three highly customizable packages as a starting point:

  • Standard —Reduced coverage for a reduced price
  • Enhanced —Provides higher coverage limits and extra features 
  • Premiere—Comes with the highest coverage limits and greatest choice of features

Within each package, you have the flexibility to adjust coverage types and limits so that your home is covered the way you want.

Things typically covered by Utah home insurance:

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

Potential Utah home 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 Utah. For example

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Protective devices

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See a list of potential home insurance discounts. Not all listed discounts are available in Utah.

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