Marg Torrance named NAMIC’s 2020 PFMM Manager of the Year The First Canadian to Win the NAMIC Professional Farm Mutual Manager of the Year Award Guelph – October 2020 — Marg Torrance, President & CEO of Halwell Mutual Insurance Company, becomes the first Canadian to win prestigious award. Marg was nominated for this award by […]
Click below for a complete list of our staff members’ emails and phone extensions! Also, note our departmental mailboxes, where all new inquiries should go to: Underwriting: [email protected]: [email protected]: [email protected] And our phone number is 519-836-2860 If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact our Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Elisabeth […]
LATEST UPDATE, JULY 27, 2020: We are taking a phased approach to begin re-opening our office. At this time, our office remains closed to guests or visitors of any kind. We are now allowing small groups of staff members to return to the office three days a week. We have taken many precautions to ensure the safety of all of our staff members, including sanitation stations, floor and wall signage to encourage physical distancing, disposable masks, and more. Even though only some of our staff members will be in the office, all of our staff will continue to be available by phone or email. We are fortunate enough to be able to have staff set up at home, able to continue work with no disruption to service standards. We thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation. Please check this page for any updates. PREVIOUS UPDATE FROM MARCH 17, 2020: As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, Halwell Mutual is doing everything we can to ensure the safety and wellness of our staff, policyholders and business partners. This is our number one priority. We have closed our office […]
Did you know that water damage claims are now higher than fire claims? Leaky toilets, burst pipes and washing machine hoses can turn your home into a flooded mess.
You may think home equipment and appliance warranties may be enough protection in the event of a breakdown, but they’re not. Often they are limited to specified parts only. They also expire and do not always cover repair calls.
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