Post # 1
Have any bees ever had to make a claim against their home insurance? If so, what was it for and what was the outcome? Are there any tricks you can share?
I had a tree go through the roof of my rental house, and I’m trying to make sure that I have all of my bases covered with the insurance company so that everything gets repaired properly. I’m afraid that the contractor they hired is going to cheap out and just do the minimum amount of work, and I’m going to be stuck with a lot of problems later (there is probably some structural and foundations issued that I’m afraid he’s not going to address).
Any advice you can give me?
Post # 3
It really depends on what company you have, but just know that you DON”T have to go with who they suggest – you can go with whoever you want. BUT, if you go with one of their “preferred contractors” then they should warranty any work they do for the time that you own the property. Make sure you get everything in writing, if you have to buy anything (tarps, replace towels due to getting water up, etc) KEEP ALL RECEIPTS for reimbursement. Let me know if you have any other questions!!
And I think I remember you saying the tenants have renters right? Cuz that covers all their expenses. Oh, and also, you should be able to get lost income due to the house not being lived in while they are working on it as well! (most companies call it lose of use)