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Homeowners Insurance in and around Louisville

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Home Sweet Home Starts With State Farm

New home. New memories. State Farm homeowners insurance. They go hand in hand. And not only can State Farm help insure your home in case of blizzard or tornado, but it can also be beneficial in certain legal cases. If someone were to hold you financially accountable if they hurt themselves at your residence, the right homeowners insurance may be able to cover the cost.

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.

Safeguard Your Greatest Asset

Homeowners coverage like this is what sets State Farm apart from the rest. Agent Ryan Fetsch can be there whenever you have problems at home, to get you back in your routine. State Farm is there for you.

As a leading provider of home insurance in Louisville, KY, State Farm aims to keep your valuables protected. Call State Farm agent Ryan Fetsch today for help with all your homeowners insurance needs.

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Ryan Fetsch

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
1251 S Hurstbourne Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222-5705
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized homeowners quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Ryan Fetsch

Ryan Fetsch

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
1251 S Hurstbourne Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222-5705
Map & Directions

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