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Homeowners Insurance in and around Mendota

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With State Farm's Insurance, You Are Home

It's so good to be home, especially when your home is protected by State Farm. You never have to be concerned about the unexpected with this excellent insurance.

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.

The most important parts of a home are the people you share it with... and the State Farm insurance that covers it.

Homeowners Insurance You Can Trust

Handling mishaps is made easy with State Farm. Here you can construct a personalized policy or submit a claim with the help of agent Kurt Bruno. Kurt Bruno will make sure you get the individual, great care that you and your home needs.

Now that you're convinced that State Farm homeowners insurance is right for you, contact Kurt Bruno today to see what we can do for you!

Simple Insights®

Preparing to sell your home

When preparing to sell your home, these updates/tips/improvements can help entice buyers. Learn more about how to stage a house while living in it.

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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Kurt Bruno

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
1103 Main Street
Mendota, IL 61342-1668
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized homeowners quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Kurt Bruno

Kurt Bruno

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
1103 Main Street
Mendota, IL 61342-1668
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Preparing to sell your home

When preparing to sell your home, these updates/tips/improvements can help entice buyers. Learn more about how to stage a house while living in it.

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.