By Euro Weekly News Media • 13 November 2015 • 18:07
General weather conditions in Spain are changing
As the climate has warmed globally, some types of extreme weather have become more frequent and severe in recent decades.
Extreme heat, intense precipitation, and drought, are on the increase. Heatwaves are becoming longer and hotter.
Heavier rainfall and flooding are more frequent.
In a wide swing between extremes, drought is also more intense and more widespread.
Small changes in the averages of many key climate variables can correspond to large changes in the weather.
These changes are extremely difficult to predict and this weather variability can be extremely costly.
Other atmospheric phenomena, such as hail, snow and fire, previously uncommon in regional climates such as the Mediterranean, are now becoming more common occurrences.
That’s why it’s important to take out a quality home insurance policy.
With Linea Directa you are covered for damage by atmospheric phenomena
As global climate conditions vary, Linea Directa adapts their home insurance policies to ensure that customers are covered for damage resulting from some types of extreme weather.
Linea Directa includes cover for these unpredictable events in their insurance policies.
Peace-of-mind with Linea Directa
We understand that your peace-of-mind is important, especially in your home.
As adverse weather conditions become more common, Linea Directa will ensure you are fully covered from their diverse effects to your property and its contents.
When you take out a home insurance policy from Linea Directa you can breathe more easily.
We can’t predict when extreme atmospheric conditions will occur, but we aim to be there to ensure that if any damage should result, you won’t have to worry.
Our aim is to provide you with added peace-of-mind.
We hope the information provided in this article is of interest. If you would like to contact Linea Directa please call 902 123 309. More information on Linea Directa online at www.lineadirecta.es
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