Amica Insurance partners with “This Old House”
Amica Insurance has teamed up with television’s “This Old House” to help homeowners do what’s best for their homes.
Amica knows consumers need guidance and advice they can trust. The problem is that some consumers are unsure if they’re making the right decisions as they improve, maintain, and protect their property. Amica believes all consumers deserve to feel confident in the decisions they make about their homes. We share in that interest to protect and secure what they’ve built, and, together with “This Old House,” will be a resource as consumers make these important decisions.
To do that, the insurance company and the long-running home-improvement show have collaborated on several videos featuring Amica employees alongside the show’s on-air talent . These short videos will help viewers decide whether home projects are DIY or not, learn how proactive inspections can prevent damage, and understand key insurance concepts that make a difference in how they’re protected.
The videos are now live in the “This Old House” Roku hub.
“The partnership is a perfect fit. This Old House is proud to welcome Amica to our team. Amica has been providing insurance for customers for over a century and, like ‘This Old House,’ they have strong roots right here in New England. We provide peace of mind for millions of homeowners, and we know our partners at Amica will do just the same.” – Tom Silva of “This Old House.”.
As the official 2021-2022 sponsor of “This Old House,” Amica television spots will air during the show’s broadcasts on PBS. Ads will also be featured in “This Old House” magazine, and Amica will serve as the program’s category-exclusive sponsor on Roku.
“Just like our partners at ‘This Old House,’ we know how important the investment in a home is. When you’ve put time, money, love and sweat equity into your home, you want to be sure it’s secure and protected. That peace of mind is what Amica has been giving our customers for 114 years.” – Tory Pachis, Vice President of Marketing at Amica.
“This Old House” has been airing on public television since 1979.