Homeowners Insurance and Remodeling Projects

As a follow-up to the prior post (Homeowners and Contractors), has your remodeling project increased the value of your home?  Example: 

  • Complete Kitchen and or Bath Remodel
  • Finished Basement
  • Room addition
  • New roof with Architectural Shingles
  • etc. 

If so, it is important to make certain your Home Replacement Cost limit keeps pace. 


For our clients, please give us a call or send an email, and we will discuss any updates and run a new Replacement Cost Estimate for your home to determine the new estimated cost of reconstruction.   


Total Home Losses are rare, but when they happen, it is vital to have an appropriate Replacement Cost Limit for your Home. 


General Remodeling Projects Only:

Please note, this is a discussion of general remodeling projects only.  If you will have extensive work completed (e.g. additions, removing load bearing walls, etc.) your Insurance Company should be notified prior to starting the work. 

 

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posted by dan@hebbeln-ins.com

 

Posted 10:55 AM

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