Igloo doghouses – Hondenhok http://hondenhok.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 03:35:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://hondenhok.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-36-120x120.png Igloo doghouses – Hondenhok http://hondenhok.com/ 32 32 People had to turn off their heating as prices soared https://hondenhok.com/people-had-to-turn-off-their-heating-as-prices-soared/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 03:35:00 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/people-had-to-turn-off-their-heating-as-prices-soared/ Related video above: Homeowners turn to firewood as home heating prices rise to the skyrocketing costs of heating their homes or living without. according to the National Energy Assistance Directors Association (NEADA).Charmaine Johnson works in Philadelphia’s Heater Hotline call center, which is part of a non-profit organization that helps low-income families with their heating systems […]]]>

Related video above: Homeowners turn to firewood as home heating prices rise to the skyrocketing costs of heating their homes or living without. according to the National Energy Assistance Directors Association (NEADA).Charmaine Johnson works in Philadelphia’s Heater Hotline call center, which is part of a non-profit organization that helps low-income families with their heating systems and appliances. bills. Johnson, 63, can understand the concerns she hears all day. She, too, is struggling to pay her heating bills. With the help of her son, Johnson has just paid over $1,000 to fill part of her tank with fuel oil, which she hopes will last her life. most of the winter. Johnson says she doesn’t qualify for government help with her heating bills. As inflation also increases her food budget and other expenses, she regroups and keeps heating low, hoping to stretch that oil as long as possible. “It’s miserable,” she said. “It’s like living in an igloo.” Several factors are driving increases in home heating prices, including the war in Ukraine, OPEC+ cuts, rising energy exports, falling energy inventories, and strong demand for natural gas in the United States. . sector, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA). EIA projects to heat a home with natural gas will cost 25% more this winter, and heating with electricity will cost 11% more. The steepest rise will be for fuel oil, which is expected to be 45% more expensive than last winter, squeezing around 5 million homes, mostly in the northeast. Tim Wiseley is keeping the heat at home outside of Philadelphia, even as temperatures drop to freezing. He wants his oil to last as long as possible and filling his tank costs around $1,500. “It’s 50 or 55 degrees here. For me, it’s not unbearable yet,” Wiseley said, adding that he would turn on the heater when his “teeth chatter.” He lost his wife last year, and his medical bills add to the long list of expenses. oil heating at some point this winter. He’s not sure what he’ll do when it happens. “It’s a horrible feeling,” he said. “It’s a feeling I wouldn’t wish on anyone.” This winter, the Biden administration is doling out $4.5 billion in federal aid to help families pay their heating bills. Funds from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, known as LIHEAP, regular appropriations from Congress, additional emergency funding lawmakers included in the September Continuing Resolution, and $100 million from the bipartisan Infrastructure Act passed last year, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. Annette Thomas, 53, and her husband received $500 from the program to help heat their home near Philadelphia, she said. But that was only enough to fill about a third of their oil tank, which Thomas says will only last two to three weeks. “That’s why we’re waiting,” she said. “We haven’t turned on our heating yet. And it’s cold now.” They are trying to pay their electricity bill in the next few days to avoid a blackout. Plus, their other bills and expenses are on the rise. So they use space heaters and electric blankets to keep warm, hoping to save their fuel oil for when their kids get home for Thanksgiving. “These aren’t luxuries, they’re necessities, and it’s a struggle,” Thomas said. . “So yeah, it’s upsetting. It is.”

Related video above: Homeowners turn to firewood as home heating prices rise

As the first frosty weather of fall chills the Northeast, many people are faced with a tough decision: face soaring home heating costs or live without it.

According to the National Energy Assistance Directors Association (NEADA), home heating prices are still skyrocketing this winter, up 18% nationally from last year’s 17% peak.

Charmaine Johnson works at the Philadelphia Heater Hotline call center, part of a nonprofit that helps low-income families with their heating systems and bills. Johnson, 63, can understand the concerns she hears all day. She too is struggling to pay her heating bills.

With the help of her son, Johnson just paid over $1,000 to fill part of her oil tank, which she hopes will last her most of the winter.

Johnson says she is not eligible for government assistance for her heating bills. As inflation also drives up her food budget and other expenses, she regroups and keeps the heat down, hoping to stretch that oil as long as possible.

“It’s miserable,” she said. “It’s like living in an igloo.”

Several factors are driving home heating price increases, including the war in Ukraine, OPEC+ cuts, rising energy exports, falling energy inventories, and strong demand for natural gas in the sector. American electricity company, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

EIA projects to heat a home with natural gas will cost 25% more this winter, and heating with electricity will cost 11% more. The biggest rise will be for fuel oil, which is expected to be 45% more expensive than last winter, crushing around 5 million households, mostly in the northeast.

Tim Wiseley is keeping the heat on at his home outside of Philadelphia, even as temperatures dip toward freezing. He wants his oil to last as long as possible and filling his tank costs around $1,500.

“It’s 50 or 55 degrees here. For me, it’s not unbearable yet,” Wiseley said, adding that he would turn on the heater when his “teeth chatter.”

The 67-year-old is retired and lives monthly on social security benefits. He lost his wife last year and his medical bills add to the long list of expenses.

“You can’t shop and buy oil. It’s one or the other,” he said.

Wiseley thinks he will run out of fuel oil at some point this winter. He’s not sure what he’ll do when it happens.

“It’s a horrible feeling,” he said. “It’s a feeling I wouldn’t wish on anyone.”

This winter, the Biden administration is doling out $4.5 billion in federal aid to help families pay their heating bills.

Funds for the low-income home energy assistance program, known as LIHEAP, come from regular appropriations from Congress, additional emergency funding lawmakers included in the September continuing resolution, and $100 million. dollars from the bipartisan infrastructure law passed last year, according to the Department of Health. and Human Services.

Annette Thomas, 53, and her husband received $500 from the program to help heat their home near Philadelphia, she said. But that was only enough to fill about a third of their oil tank, which Thomas says will only last two to three weeks.

“That’s why we’re waiting,” she said. “We haven’t turned on our heating yet. And it’s chilly now.”

They are trying to pay their electricity bill in the next few days to avoid a blackout. Plus, their other bills and expenses are on the rise. So they use space heaters and electric blankets to stay warm, hoping to save their fuel oil for when their children return for Thanksgiving.

“These aren’t luxuries, they’re necessities, and it’s a struggle,” Thomas said. “So yeah, it’s upsetting. It is.”

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Heating oil: people turn off their heating as prices rise https://hondenhok.com/heating-oil-people-turn-off-their-heating-as-prices-rise/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 02:57:00 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/heating-oil-people-turn-off-their-heating-as-prices-rise/ As the first frosty weather of fall chills the Northeast, many people are faced with a tough decision: face soaring home heating costs or live without it. According to the National Energy Assistance Directors Association (NEADA), home heating prices are still skyrocketing this winter, up 18% nationally from last year’s 17% peak. Charmaine Johnson works […]]]>

As the first frosty weather of fall chills the Northeast, many people are faced with a tough decision: face soaring home heating costs or live without it.

According to the National Energy Assistance Directors Association (NEADA), home heating prices are still skyrocketing this winter, up 18% nationally from last year’s 17% peak.

Charmaine Johnson works at the Philadelphia Heater Hotline call center, part of a nonprofit that helps low-income families with their heating systems and bills. Johnson, 63, can understand the concerns she hears all day. She too is struggling to pay her heating bills.

With the help of her son, Johnson just paid over $1,000 to fill part of her oil tank, which she hopes will last her most of the winter.

Johnson says she is not eligible for government assistance for her heating bills. As inflation also drives up her food budget and other expenses, she regroups and keeps the heat down, hoping to stretch that oil as long as possible.

“It’s miserable,” she said. “It’s like living in an igloo.

Several factors are driving home heating price increases, including the war in Ukraine, OPEC+ cuts, rising energy exports, falling energy inventories, and strong demand for natural gas in the sector. American electricity company, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

EIA projects to heat a home with natural gas will cost 25% more this winter, and heating with electricity will cost 11% more. The biggest rise will be for fuel oil, which is expected to be 45% more expensive than last winter, crushing around 5 million households, mostly in the northeast.

Tim Wiseley is keeping the heat on at his home outside of Philadelphia, even as temperatures dip toward freezing. He wants his oil to last as long as possible and filling his tank costs around $1,500.

“It’s 50 or 55 degrees here. For me, it’s not unbearable yet,” Wiseley said, adding that he would turn on the heater when his “teeth chatter.”

The 67-year-old is retired and lives monthly on social security benefits. He lost his wife last year and his medical bills add to the long list of expenses.

“You can’t shop and buy oil. It’s one or the other,” he said.

Wiseley thinks he will run out of fuel oil at some point this winter. He’s not sure what he’ll do when it happens.

“It’s a horrible feeling,” he said. “It’s a feeling I wouldn’t wish on anyone.”

This winter, the Biden administration is doling out $4.5 billion in federal aid to help families pay their heating bills.

Funds for the low-income home energy assistance program, known as LIHEAP, come from regular appropriations from Congress, additional emergency funding lawmakers included in the September continuing resolution, and $100 million. dollars from the bipartisan infrastructure law passed last year, according to the Department of Health. and Human Services.

Annette Thomas, 53, and her husband received $500 from the program to help heat their home near Philadelphia, she said. But that was only enough to fill about a third of their oil tank, which Thomas says will only last two to three weeks.

“That’s why we’re waiting,” she said. “We haven’t turned on our heating yet. And it’s cool now.

They are trying to pay their electricity bill in the next few days to avoid a blackout. Plus, their other bills and expenses are on the rise. So they use space heaters and electric blankets to stay warm, hoping to save their fuel oil for when their children return for Thanksgiving.

“These aren’t luxuries, they’re necessities, and it’s a struggle,” Thomas said. “So yes, it is overwhelming. He is.”

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Igloo Season Returns to Nortons Brewing Company for Outdoor Fun in Wichita https://hondenhok.com/igloo-season-returns-to-nortons-brewing-company-for-outdoor-fun-in-wichita/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 23:38:42 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/igloo-season-returns-to-nortons-brewing-company-for-outdoor-fun-in-wichita/ Being able to provide a unique experience can help you stand out from all the fun there is in Wichita. When it comes to spending time on the patio, I’m not sure anyone has anything more unique than Nortons Brewery and their garden igloos. If you’ve never heard of them, garden igloos are basically plastic […]]]>

Being able to provide a unique experience can help you stand out from all the fun there is in Wichita. When it comes to spending time on the patio, I’m not sure anyone has anything more unique than Nortons Brewery and their garden igloos.

If you’ve never heard of them, garden igloos are basically plastic domes that are heated on the inside and provide seating to protect you from the elements of Wichita. Nortons has transformed its beer garden space to include four garden igloos that people can rent and spend quality time with family and friends.

The igloos that rest on floating bridges were upgraded last year and are something everyone should try at least once. Inside the igloos you will find tables, cushions and lighting.

Nortons Brewery

The garden igloos can accommodate up to six people. Each igloo is also equipped with its own electric fireplace and a dedicated Bluetooth speaker.

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To book an igloo, you need to go to their website. A non-refundable deposit of $25 is required for all reservations. Reservations are made in time slots of 1h30.

If you would like to reserve the igloo for 3 hours, a food/beverage minimum of $300 is required plus a $150 deposit and $50 non-refundable rental fee.

For what it’s worth, our party of six tried the igloo once, and our tab after 1.5 hours was $200. Again, we like to eat and drink.

A few other things to note: The igloos are for 21 and over, no pets and no smoking inside. You must arrive 10 minutes before your reservation time. All members of your party must be present when they place you. And finally, your party must be on a single check with an automatic 20% tip.

Be sure to add garden igloos to your holiday program. We will return to igloos this year. In the meantime, look at the photos of the igloo from last year.

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15 Best Dining Experiences in an Igloo, Yurt, and Greenhouse https://hondenhok.com/15-best-dining-experiences-in-an-igloo-yurt-and-greenhouse/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 14:57:05 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/15-best-dining-experiences-in-an-igloo-yurt-and-greenhouse/ Outdoor dining experiences in the form of igloos, yurts, greenhouses and even a hobbit house are everywhere these days. What started as a socially distanced dining trend during the pandemic is still alive and well, offering diners tired of eating indoors another alternative that, dare we say, may be more fun overall? Restaurants and hotels […]]]>

Outdoor dining experiences in the form of igloos, yurts, greenhouses and even a hobbit house are everywhere these days. What started as a socially distanced dining trend during the pandemic is still alive and well, offering diners tired of eating indoors another alternative that, dare we say, may be more fun overall?

Restaurants and hotels have gotten so creative with their seasonal dining areas and outdoor seating arrangements, especially for the holidays. I mean, what says the holiday spirit more than a cozy little igloo decked out in flannel and furs, with mini burners on, ready to roast s’mores? There’s a reason this winter restaurant trend is here to stay and it’s called: Instagram opportunities.

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Maine Igloo Dining atop a cliff with spectacular ocean views https://hondenhok.com/maine-igloo-dining-atop-a-cliff-with-spectacular-ocean-views/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 15:43:55 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/maine-igloo-dining-atop-a-cliff-with-spectacular-ocean-views/ Maine offers spectacular views all year round. Yes, we get a lot of tourists during the summer months, but there is still so much to see during the rest of the year. Just because it’s cold outside in the winter months doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the breathtaking views Maine has to offer. I’ve always […]]]>

Maine offers spectacular views all year round. Yes, we get a lot of tourists during the summer months, but there is still so much to see during the rest of the year. Just because it’s cold outside in the winter months doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the breathtaking views Maine has to offer.

I’ve always wanted to go to an igloo bar, where you sit and drink inside an “igloo” that will keep you warmer than standing outside. Igloo bars seem cool, however, I may have found something even better and it’s here in Maine.

Imagine going on a romantic date during the colder months, it can be perfect. Nothing is more romantic than dining beside the beauty of the ocean, and Nubb’s Lobster Shack at Cliff House Maine in Cape Neddick once again offers you that opportunity.

Cliff House took to Facebook to share the feedback from this amazing dining experience.

You can rent your own private igloo which sits on the cliff side overlooking the ocean.

This is the 3rd year that they have organized this incredible experience, and you can already start booking your reservations. You might want to check your calendar before booking as the igloos won’t be open until December 23.

If you want to dine in an igloo at Nubb’s Lobster Shack, be aware that the igloos will only be available from December 23 to March 30 (and only from Thursday to Sunday).

You can choose to sit in the middle of a snowstorm while having dinner and watching the (almost) frozen ocean.

If you want to make reservations in advance, you can call (855) 867-0946 and view the menu here.

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KY Restaurants will offer a meal “heated in an igloo” https://hondenhok.com/ky-restaurants-will-offer-a-meal-heated-in-an-igloo/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 22:36:14 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/ky-restaurants-will-offer-a-meal-heated-in-an-igloo/ I’ll just say it. We have been spoiled this fall. The weather was absolutely perfect. Obviously we had a lot less rain than necessary, but overall it was one of the most amazing autumns I can remember. The only downside to all those clear, beautiful, sunny days COULD be that we were spoiled; prolonged periods […]]]>

I’ll just say it. We have been spoiled this fall. The weather was absolutely perfect. Obviously we had a lot less rain than necessary, but overall it was one of the most amazing autumns I can remember.

The only downside to all those clear, beautiful, sunny days COULD be that we were spoiled; prolonged periods of good weather tend to do so. While we may, once again, be enjoying above normal temperatures as we head into the latter stages of fall, we all know it’s going to be cold at some point.

WARM UP IN AN IGLOO

And for those who like to eat outdoors (like me), there is a bit of a sadness there. But there are restaurants everywhere that have solved this little problem. Yes, you will be outside, but you will also be “inside”.

THE “HEATED IGLOO” DINNER WAS PRACTICAL WHEN THE PANDEMIC HIT

In 2021, StyleBlueprint.com released a list of restaurants offering heated patios or social distancing dining. And that last part tells me that’s where the idea of ​​the “heated igloo” came from, even though none of the establishments listed mention igloos.

But 8Up Elevated Drinkery & Kitchen wasn’t on that list. And if you have a big wallet, you and your friends can enjoy a nice evening under the stars in a transparent igloo. In 2020, it caught the eye of Good Morning America, which called heated igloos a “cool pandemic pivot.”

‘HEATED IGLOOS’–NOT JUST IN LOUISVILLE; THEY ARE ALSO IN COVINGTON

If you head down Interstate 71, you’ll find another restaurant and bar — in fact, this one could best be described as a bar and restaurant — that uses heated igloos for outdoor dining and drinking. And this northern Kentucky watering hole doesn’t mince words; it’s called IGLOOBAR, and it’s located above the Covington Taproom. (By the way, the whole “rooftop restaurant/bar” concept deserves all the superlatives.)

And these things can accommodate eight people. I would say it looks like an all evening party, but not IGLOOBAR; the igloos are only available on two and a half hour time slots.

But that just means it can be part of an awesome night out on the town. Just choose your city and have a great time.

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This £1.25million property includes a submarine, igloo and plane https://hondenhok.com/this-1-25million-property-includes-a-submarine-igloo-and-plane/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 12:18:00 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/this-1-25million-property-includes-a-submarine-igloo-and-plane/ Visitors can choose between several weird and wonderful accommodation options (Picture: WALES NEWS SERVICE) For £1.25million, you could own a five-bedroom period house, plus two planes, a submarine, an igloo and a UFO spaceship. Tony Rhys-Davies Jones, 50, is the current owner of Apple Camping – but visitors don’t sleep in tents. They can choose […]]]>
Visitors can choose between several weird and wonderful accommodation options (Picture: WALES NEWS SERVICE)

For £1.25million, you could own a five-bedroom period house, plus two planes, a submarine, an igloo and a UFO spaceship.

Tony Rhys-Davies Jones, 50, is the current owner of Apple Camping – but visitors don’t sleep in tents.

They can choose from one of the many weird and wonderful accommodation options on site – which includes jet planes, a speedboat, a UFO spaceship, a submarine and an igloo.

But now the campsite, near Redberth, Pembrokeshire, is up for sale, and it could be yours for just £1.25million.

Toby started his business because he wanted to bring something different to the area.

He said: “I really wanted south Pembrokeshire to have something a little more alternative.”

Toby says the igloo was inspired by PacMan (Picture: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

The jet looks surprisingly comfortable (Photo: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

You can live your dreams of owning a speedboat (Picture: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

He explains: I thought, ‘what’s stopping us from reallocating things like planes and things that people might want to stay in? and it has been ever since.

But when someone else had already obtained a glamping license – Toby’s original plan – he had to think outside the box.

Toby has been building his business for over a decade.

Toby says it’s time for someone else to add to the site (Picture: Channel4/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

Fancy a plane trip in the woods? (Picture: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

The UFO was inspired by his love of film, travel and retro (Picture: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

He explains: ‘I took my mum shopping at Cotswold Airport, just like you do. We were looking for an airplane to recycle and I came across the Jetstar, which is the private jet of the 1970s.”

“The inspiration for UFO came from my love of movies, travel and retro.

“But once I had an idea, I needed to find someone to build it. A few people said there was a semi-retired boat builder called Steve Hicks in Tenby.

“So he and I went for a pint and explained that I was thinking of building a UFO, and he could work on it from his work with fiberglass from his boat building experience – and he turns out he had always wanted to build a UFO.’

Would you sleep in a submarine? (Picture: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

It could all be yours for £1.25million (Picture: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

Toby is selling his period property with the campsite full of quirky accommodation (Picture: Fox_Grant_Salisbury/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

Toby says he now wants to move on to new businesses elsewhere in Pembrokeshire – and is selling the whole site.

He said: ‘I’m getting past Apple Camping and it’s at a point where it’s ready for someone else, who may also want to do weddings because it’s a really adaptable site and can be taken at another level by another person.

“While I was also creative in getting it to where it is now, I think someone else might have fun adding it, now is the perfect time to let someone else continue to stretch it.”

And the house that Toby is leaving is beautiful too.

He says: ‘The house is a period farmhouse with huge inglenook fires, full of features, for new owners it could potentially be a large family home, it’s huge with lovely large rooms, and it’s ‘is a good house to come home and turn off.’

The site is on sale for £1,250,000 from estate agents EA Fox Grant.

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Mario + Rabbids Sparks Of Hope: Igloo Discovery Guide https://hondenhok.com/mario-rabbids-sparks-of-hope-igloo-discovery-guide/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/mario-rabbids-sparks-of-hope-igloo-discovery-guide/ Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope has five main hub worlds that players can explore and fight their way through. Each planet has its own type of planetary coins, and these are awarded to players who go out of their way to complete side quests for Rabbid citizens. Completing each planet’s side quests will ensure […]]]>

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope has five main hub worlds that players can explore and fight their way through. Each planet has its own type of planetary coins, and these are awarded to players who go out of their way to complete side quests for Rabbid citizens. Completing each planet’s side quests will ensure that players earn all of the planet’s coins and unlock all of the merchant’s items.


On the second main planet, Pristine Peaks, players will meet a Rabbid who will ask the group to help them find four pieces of ice blocks to complete their cozy igloo. This guide will show sparks of hope players all ice block locations to complete the side quest.

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Bring blocks of ice to the igloo

Ice block 1

The first one block of ice for the Igloo Breakthrough side quest is in the circular snowy area directly behind the rabbit and his igloo. Go down the slope in front of the igloo, then turn to the left staircase leading to the Winter Palace. Instead of going up the stairs, take the path to the left.

Block of Ice 2

Head to the rightmost stairway leading up to the palace for the next block of ice. And like last time, don’t go up the stairs. Just head down the right path which leads to a breakable block. The piece of ice will be next, lying on the ground.

Ice block 3

Players will see a glowing tree near the checkpoint flag. There are also two Rabbids hanging out nearby. Go forward and shake the shiny tree to find the third piece of ice for the igloo quest.

Block of ice 4

The last piece of ice is also in a tree that must be shaken. Head south from the igloo quest location to find one of the robot merchants. Walk past to find another glowing tree in the distance. The tree is the one right in front of the big canned octopus attacking a Rabbid.

After bringing the four ice blocks back to the Rabbid, Mario + Rabbid Sparks of Hope players will receive a Planet Coin and some Star Bits as a reward.

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is available for the Nintendo Switch.

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Igloo introduces home contents insurance on its platform in Vietnam https://hondenhok.com/igloo-introduces-home-contents-insurance-on-its-platform-in-vietnam/ Fri, 14 Oct 2022 02:01:05 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/igloo-introduces-home-contents-insurance-on-its-platform-in-vietnam/ With over 3,200 km of coastline, low towns and river deltas, Vietnam is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to unexpected weather conditions. But with the advent of Igloocitizens of the country will have increased access to home contents insurance in case of unforeseen situations. The Singaporean insurtech has added Domestic Domestic […]]]>

With over 3,200 km of coastline, low towns and river deltas, Vietnam is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to unexpected weather conditions. But with the advent of Igloocitizens of the country will have increased access to home contents insurance in case of unforeseen situations.

The Singaporean insurtech has added Domestic Domestic Assets Insurance to its platform, which will cover assets such as furniture, utilities and other valuable contents for homes prone to natural disasters.

In recent years, the country has seen an increase in extreme weather events such as floods, fires, earthquakes and high tides in many provinces and cities, affecting people’s lives while causing damage to commercial buildings. and residential.

This week alone, 1,500 houses in Tam Kỳ, the capital of Quảng Nam province, were flooded due to extremely heavy rains, while 220 houses were damaged by floods in Phú Yên province on the same day.

Thousands of people evacuated their homes and abandoned their belongings as 876mm of rain fell in less than 24 hours in some areas.

The increasing frequency of these events makes Vietnamese property insurance much more necessary, and despite less than one percent insurance penetration rate for non-life insurance, the country’s general insurance industry remains on track to reach $3.5 billion in 2026.

The growing penetration of digital insurance is expected to create new opportunities for digital players and insurance companies worth over $10 billion in the region.

Supported by Bao Viet InsuranceIgloo goes further in this industry with its regional protection solution.

In addition to interior assets, the solution also incorporates rental insurance, covering loss of rent and additional expenses incurred as a result of fires, burglaries, earthquakes, floods and other natural events.

Recognizing the urgent need for home contents insurance that covers unfunded liabilities in Vietnam, National Insurtech Director, Sorting Nguyenhighlights how its latest offering will work to support its customers with coverage for their most valuable assets while increasing financial resilience.

Igloo collaborates with the e-commerce platform Shop to develop its offer.

“Partnering with Igloo diversifies our range of insurance products to help Vietnamese consumers easily purchase protection solutions in the event of a disaster or accident involving their home,” shared seen Thanh Quynhcommunication manager for Shopee Vietnam.

The offering will add to existing insurtech solutions, which include personal accident and health insurance and loan protection insurance.

To date, the insurtech has facilitated 280 million policies in the region and aims to expand protection solutions to underserved areas in Asia-Pacific.

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Igloo rolls out home contents insurance with Shopee in Vietnam https://hondenhok.com/igloo-rolls-out-home-contents-insurance-with-shopee-in-vietnam/ Thu, 13 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://hondenhok.com/igloo-rolls-out-home-contents-insurance-with-shopee-in-vietnam/ Insurtech Igloo has partnered with e-commerce platform Shopee to roll out its Home Content Insurance offering in Vietnam. Underwritten by Bao Viet Insurance, the offering is a comprehensive solution for protecting domestic assets against unforeseen events such as natural disasters and fires. In addition to protecting domestic assets against natural disasters, the insurance product also […]]]>

Insurtech Igloo has partnered with e-commerce platform Shopee to roll out its Home Content Insurance offering in Vietnam.

Underwritten by Bao Viet Insurance, the offering is a comprehensive solution for protecting domestic assets against unforeseen events such as natural disasters and fires.

In addition to protecting domestic assets against natural disasters, the insurance product also includes rent insurance that covers loss of rent and additional expenses incurred as a result of an insured event.

The product is currently available on Shopee starting at a premium of 83,999 VND (approximately US$3.5) for one year and up to 100,000,000 VND (approximately US$4,200) sum assured.

Besides property insurance, Igloo also offers other insurance products in Vietnam, such as accident and health insurance through AhaMove, delivery failure insurance through Loship, and protection insurance. loans with LOTTE Finance.

Tri Nguyen

Tri Nguyen

“Our Home Content Insurance aims to meet this challenge by providing a solution that helps consumers protect their most valuable assets and increase their financial resilience.

Through our partnership with Shopee, we also make it easily accessible on a widely used platform and build trust in the product through our historical partner, Bao Viet.

shared Tri Nguyen, Country Manager for Vietnam at Igloo.

“Our partnership with Igloo diversifies our range of insurance products to help Vietnamese consumers easily purchase protection solutions in the event of a disaster or accident involving their home.

Igloo’s Home Content Insurance product offering is another step in our commitment to continue to provide products and solutions that best meet the needs of consumers across Vietnam.

shared Vu Thanh Quynh, Communications Manager, Shopee Vietnam.

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