We Want To Hear From You

Western Mutual and Arizona Home Insurance invite you to review your experience with us and give feedback online via Yelp, Google or Clearsurance, or directly to us at direct@westernmutual.com.

With over 75 years in business we know that our word of mouth growth and many years of service were made possible by our policyholders and we want to hear from you!

We thank you in advance for taking the time to do so and hope that we meet your expectations each and every time you call.

Are You Ready For It?

The ‘Great Shakeout’ will happen tomorrow October 21st at 10 A.M.

Great ShakeOut earthquake drills are an opportunity to practice how to be safer during earthquakes: “Drop, Cover and Hold On.” ShakeOut also has been organized to encourage you, your community, your school, or your organization to update emergency plans and supplies, and to secure your space in order to prevent damage and injuries.

Several states up and down the west coast plan on participating as well as states like Colorado, Arizona and Nevada. Earthquakes are completely unexpected and being prepared and knowing how to take cover can be the difference between life and death.

Let us know how you plan on participating. Stay safe, stay prepared.

Hablamos Español

For over 78 years our company has provided exceptional service and has been recognized as one of the top insurance companies time and time again.

Western Mutual and Arizona Home appreciate the opportunity to serve you and your family.

We would like to take this moment and introduce part of our team- our sales agents- who are here to help you acquire a policy and save you money while doing it.

They have been in the insurance industry for over a decade, each capable of assisting our Spanish customers as well.

Give us a call and let us help you 1-877-968-8825 or visit us online at www.westernmutual.com

Para su cotizacion gratuita porfavor visite https://www.westernmutual.com/espanol y uno de nuestros agentes se pondrá en comunicación con usted lo mas pronto posible.

Zero Justified Complaints

A 2021 consumer complaint report was released for the top 50 Homeowners Insurance Companies whom conduct business in California. Of those 50, only four companies had zero justified complaints. We are so proud and excited to say, we were one of those four.

We want to thank not only our amazing staff for continuing to provide exceptional service each and every day but also to our customers for allowing us to protect your home for the past 75 years.

Western Mutual and Arizona Home Insurance are proud to avowal this huge accomplishment and hope to earn it every year.

Saving You Money Is Our Ghoul

Its spooky season and there is nothing scarier this time of year than knowing the holidays have arrived and you haven’t saved any money.

We’re happy to tell you that we are here to help you save!

With our A+ rating by AM Best and over 75 years of experience protecting homeowners like you, you don’t have to cut quality for a lower price.  Our agents are ready to assist you with all your coverage questions and with making the switch hassle- free.

Visit us online for a free, 30 second quote and watch how easy it is to switch and save. Or call toll-free Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM PST at 1-(877)-968-8825.

Mental Health Awareness Day

Mental Health Awareness Day is celebrated every October 10th with the purpose of raising awareness and spreading education about mental health issues. Mental health has come to focus in pandemic times like never before as people of all age groups and occupations bear the brunt of the ‘new normal’.

What was once a taboo subject was now at the forefront of tabloids, news headlines and an open discussion of those who finally sought out help with others that had similar stories.

Mental health affects 1 in every 5 adults with the most symptoms like depression, fatigue, headaches and isolation. Untreated, these symptoms can lead to more severe conditions like kidney failure, diabetes, heart problems and even cancer.

So let’s not be silent about it anymore!

For more information, you can visit www.mentalhealth.gov for resources such as centers in your area that offer assistance and group meetings. You can also call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

Get In User, We’re Going Shopping

It seems that since March of 2020 we adjusted into becoming avid online users and expert shoppers. This meant having everything delivered such as our groceries, gym equipment and even office supplies right to our front door.

Although it was convenient not having to leave the house and having everything brought to you, this in return created a steep increase in package thefts. And with the holiday season approaching, more packages means more opportunity.

Here are 3 simple ways we can avoid being victims of theft:

Installing cameras and recording devices. Most smart home systems connect directly to your phone and enable 24-hour surveillance from wherever you’re located.

Ask the delivery drivers to place your packages behind porch plants, under mats or in other hidden locations.

Opt to have your items delivered to a locker where only you have access to retrieve the item.

Take the time to plan your orders and track them so that you don’t become the target of unwanted porch pirates. Happy shopping!

Rain, Rain, Go Away

In order to prepare you and your families for cooler weather, we have created a cold weather checklist!

Now that the sun sets a little sooner, take the opportunity to follow our guide below and prep your home before we lose more hours of light and endure stormy days.

  • Close off unneeded rooms and place towels or rugs over cracks under the doors to keep the warm air in and cool air out
  • If you have a fireplace, make sure you have a good supply of firewood that can keep you and your family warm in the event of power outages
  • Have flashlights and batteries available for blackouts and avoid using candles as they can become a fire hazard
  • Provide shelter for pets and the elderly
  • Bring plants inside to protect them from the elements
  • Use blackout curtains as they prevent heat loss
  • Reverse your ceiling fans to make them spin clockwise and create an updraft that pushes warm air around the room without creating a wind chill
  • Clean the gutters off of your roof as when clogged, rain and melted snow can cause leaks and damage to your home’s infrastructure
  • Maintain tree limbs and brush because wind, rain, snow and ice can cause them to break and fall

Wildfire Season: Be Prepared

The following suggestions are from readyforwildfire.org which explain the 5 steps one can take to help protect your home and family.

  • Create a defensible space around your home. Try to keep brush, trees or landscaping at least 100 feet away from the sides of your home. This allows emergency crews to safely and adequately protect the structure.
  • Make your home as fire-resistant as possible. Concrete, brick and tile are all ember resistant building materials. As far as plants go…roses, honeysuckle shrubs and cherry trees are more resistant to fire than others.
  • Put together an emergency kit now. This kit must include everything from face coverings, battery operated radios/flashlights, extra batteries, non-perishable foods that will last three days, medications, change of clothes and legal documents like your birth certificate.
  • Write an action plan. This action plan assigns each person a responsibility they’ll have if you’re being evacuated. The easiest way to ensure a fast and safe departure is to make sure all household members have a copy of the list and know their role.
  • Let family, friends or neighbors know where you plan on going. Check-in frequently and secure a safe shelter outside of the evacuation zone.

For more tips on how to prepare for a wildfire please visit http://www.readyforwildfire.org