Engagement season is upon us, and insuring your new ring should kickstart your wedding planning process.  This is the moment you have been waiting for: you have an engagement ring and you’re getting married!  At the top of your list, after calling your parents and popping the champagne, is getting your ring insured. 

While it’s not the most romantic or exciting thing in the world, it could wind up saving you in the long run.  Insurance on your ring is necessary to protect your financial investment in the event that it is lost, stolen, or damaged.  When added as an extension to your homeowner or renters insurance policy, it’s surprisingly inexpensive.  It’s important to understand your insurance policy, and remember to not assume you know what is covered. 

Brides.com shared Engagement Ring Insurance 101: Everything You Need to Know with information to protect your new rock.

For more specific Jewelry and Valuable Items Insurance information, Travelers Insurance breaks it down to guide you how to add it and what it will cover.

Engagement Season is between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day, named because most couples get engaged during the holiday season.  Christmas continues to be the most popular day to get engaged, with 7 out of the ten most popular days to get engaged taking place in December. 

For 18 things to do as soon as you get engaged take a look at this article from Brides.com.

Do you have jewelry you’d like to insure?  Give us a call at 724-575-7237 to start the conversation.