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Homeowners Insurance in and around Flora

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Insure Your Home With State Farm's Homeowners Insurance

Being at home is great, but being at home with State Farm's homeowners insurance is the ultimate luxury. This fantastic coverage is more than just precautionary in case of damage from ice storm or tornado. It also has the ability to protect you in certain legal situations, such as someone falling in your home and holding you responsible. If you have the right coverage, your insurance may cover these costs.

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Why Homeowners In Flora Choose State Farm

That’s why your friends and neighbors in Flora turn to State Farm Agent Angie Borrelli. Angie Borrelli can outline your liabilities and help you select the smartest policy for you.

There's nothing better than a clean house and coverage with State Farm that is commited and value-driven. Make sure your home is insured by contacting Angie Borrelli today!

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Angie Borrelli

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
171 N Sycamore
Flora, IL 62839-2033
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Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Angie Borrelli

Angie Borrelli

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
171 N Sycamore
Flora, IL 62839-2033
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Young kids and window safety

Opening windows to let air or a breeze in is nice but proper window safety precautions can help prevent a tragic accident or fall and injuries.

What is radon gas?

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