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Homeowners Insurance in and around Kirkland

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Home Is Where Your Heart Is

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

Homeowners of Kirkland, State Farm has you covered

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

State Farm Can Cover Your Home, Too

Navigating the unexpected is made easy with State Farm. Here you can personalize your policy or submit a claim with the help of agent Jeff Sand. Jeff Sand will make sure you get the thoughtful, excellent care that you and your home needs.

Now that you're convinced that State Farm homeowners insurance is right for you, call or email Jeff Sand today to explore your particular options!

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Smart steps to ladder safety

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How you can reduce outside home fire hazards

Fire resistant tactics for your home include keeping the lawn well mowed and trimming your trees. What else can you do to reduce exterior fire hazard risks?

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Jeff Sand

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
11335 NE 122nd, Suite 105
Kirkland, WA 98034
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized homeowners quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Jeff Sand

Jeff Sand

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
11335 NE 122nd, Suite 105
Kirkland, WA 98034
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Smart steps to ladder safety

Do you know the right ladder height for the job? Ladder-related injuries result in thousands of trips to the ER each year. Learn how to use a ladder safely.

How you can reduce outside home fire hazards

Fire resistant tactics for your home include keeping the lawn well mowed and trimming your trees. What else can you do to reduce exterior fire hazard risks?