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If you're planning a home remodel, it's best to contact your insurance agent first. There are so many things that could possibly happen, and you want to make sure you're insured from start to finish. Here's why:

  • Contractors are not always who they say they are. Your insurance agent can assist in verifying their insurance to make sure they are properly insured prior to beginning any work on your home.
  • There are some homeowners insurance policies that require you notify them prior to starting your project to make sure you are covered for any potential liability that may occur during the project.
  • If you are having any additions that will significantly increase the value of your home, your insurance agent should be aware to identify and eliminate any gaps in your insurance.

Being proactive is important. For more information on making sure your home is properly insured during a renovation, contact Medwin Insurance Agency, an independent insurance agency.

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