Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

What kind of Insurance Do I Need for My Pool?

What kind of Insurance Do I Need for My Pool?

If you’re going to be installing a pool, acquiring life insurance for it is the best course of action. But what kind of insurance do you need?

What kind of Insurance Do I Need for My Pool?

All pools—from simple above-ground kiddy pools to an aquatic sea world—can be dangerous and need to be properly insured and be in compliance with local safety standards. Apart from being covered for when your pool breaks down, you have to be insured if your pool is the scene of one of the 3,200 deaths that happen in the US every year. We’re here to teach you about the kinds of life insurance policies you should purchase when it comes to your pool.

The first thing you should do is let your insurance company know that you now have a swimming pool, since owning a pool increases your liability risk. Pools are what is known as an “attractive nuisance”, and it’s advisable to purchase additional liability insurance. The majority of homeowners typically have at least $100,000 worth of liability protection. Pool owners, however, may want to increase their current policy to $300,000 to best avoid any legal action the other family.

An umbrella policy is something that you might want to consider buying for the best kind of protection. For an additional $200 to $300 more a year, you can get $1 million with of liability protection. Umbrella insurance is a policy that gives your home protection from things in, above, and around it.

Give Remland Insurance a call today for an estimate of your California home insurance, or umbrella insurance cost on your new property before purchase. Depending on location and risk, it is important to be aware of the monthly cost to insure your new home. Our office staff would be happy to help you with any questions – Call (714) 532-3341 today!


The COVID 19 virus has certainly changed our lives for the short term both at home and at work. Our office is working in compliance with state and local officials and their request to minimize contact with others for the short term so that we can shorten the life of this virus.
As such, our offices will be available by phone or by e mail 8-5 Monday thru Friday. If you need to make an appointment to come by, please call us before you drop by, so we can reduce risk, and take care of our staff and just be safe.
Please don’t hesitate to call us and if for some reason you can’t reach us, please look at our website for carrier contact information. Thank You for your continued business.

Contact us Call Us