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Homeowners Insurance in and around Castle Rock

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Home Sweet Home Starts With State Farm

With your home insured by State Farm, you never have to worry. We can help you make sure that in the event of damage from the unpredictable fire or burglary, you have the coverage you need.

A good neighbor is someone who always cheers you up when you're feeling down... or makes sure your house is insured with State Farm.

Give your home an extra layer of protection with State Farm home insurance.

Why Homeowners In Castle Rock Choose State Farm

Preparing for life's troubles is made easy with State Farm. Here you can create a plan that's right for you or file a claim with the help of agent Kristi Stearns. Kristi Stearns will make sure you get the individual, dependable care that you and your home needs.

Castle Rock, CO, it's time to open the door to secure insurance. State Farm agent Kristi Stearns is here to assist you in getting started. Reach out today!

Simple Insights®

Hidden costs of buying a home

Prepare by budgeting for the other charges and costs associated with buying a home, even if you've bought before.

Tips for dealing with lead paint

Homes built before 1978 might contain lead-based paint -- one of the most common causes of lead poisoning, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Kristi Stearns

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
862 W Happy Canyon Road Suite L-105
Castle Rock, CO 80108-3431
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized homeowners quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Kristi Stearns

Kristi Stearns

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
862 W Happy Canyon Road Suite L-105
Castle Rock, CO 80108-3431
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Hidden costs of buying a home

Prepare by budgeting for the other charges and costs associated with buying a home, even if you've bought before.

Tips for dealing with lead paint

Homes built before 1978 might contain lead-based paint -- one of the most common causes of lead poisoning, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.