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Yes, your neighbor is at fault unless your actions contributed to the rupture.
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Answer my uncle used to manage an apartment complex and i can tell you that the carpets are not replaced between renters. they are cleaned by professional carpet …cleaners, who disinfect the carpet. but not unleast the carpet is wore out is it replaced
Answer Americans can and do file lawsuits for just about everything. Your homeowner insurance includes liability coverage, which protects you if you're found le…gally liable for bodily injury or property damage. If your dog causes property damage, then your policy would cover you. I highly recommend making every attempt to handle this without filing a liability claim. Talk to your neighbor to see if they will allow you to replace the damaged portion of the carpet. Why do I recommend this? Because insurance companies do not like to see liability claims on your claims record. These claims are usually a sign of negligence or irresponsibility on the part of the insured, and companies do not want to insure someone with a higher than average potential to be sued. However if you have no other claims on your history and/or have been with your current carrier for a few years, and you plan on keeping this company, then you may want to consider just filing the claim.
if they can match it and the other part isn't damaged, then yea. Not if it won't match or if you can see it was patched. This is if you have replacement coverage.
If a waterline burst and floods half of my carpet in the living room Will insurance pay to replace all the carpet in the room or only the damaged half?
Call and ask your claims agent. Probably the whole carpet.
Is a base material with fibres weaved or sewn into the base material such as hessian. This is then used to cover floors for warmth and style.
No because the upkeep of the pipe is the responsibility of the land lord. Check out the Landlord and tenants act.
You notify your neighbor so they can authorise a Master plumber to make repairs
Follow previous directions, and (on a 2002) I found it necessary to remove engine mount screws (3) and jack up engine just enough to give clearance to remove the pump. B…e careful to not over stress the AC hard line attached to the top of the mount bracket.
In the state of AZ can your neighbor's tree be liable for damage of your sewer?
Carpet does a lot of different things. It is cheaper than most other floor surfaces, it is comfortable to use and walk on and it actually improves our air quality. That is why… it is so popular. It's about attraction, warmth and insulation. Though, it's also how well the carpet is fitted that determines its full advantages.
Some carpet can be repaired easier than others. Most can have a section replaced if you have some of the same carpet or perhaps a piece could be taken from a closet or from un…der a piece of furniture.
It help to keeps the floor clean as well as insulate your house to keep it warm.
Will insurance cover the cost to replace the carpet throughout your house if the majority of it was damaged from an accident And you have the same carpet throughout now.?
No. If your carpet was damaged by a covered peril. Your insurance policy is only responsible for repair or replacement of the damaged part with like kind and quality. Their is… no coverage for cosmetic aesthetics or exact match issues.
A carpet steamer can damage carpet depending on what type of carpet it is. Man-made plastic-based fibers are most likely to be damaged. In most cases, a steamer will not harm …carpet. However, if you are concerned, do a test cleaning in an inconspicuous spot.
What are the rights of a condo owner if condo board does not do proper repairs to damages caused by pipe burst and danaged the carpet and walls?
In situations like this, your first task is to commission the clean-up of the damage. As an owner, you may be covered under the master insurance policy, or your HO-6 policy. …Your association manager can inform you as to your rights under the master policy. Find the appropriate insurance coverage, get the damage cleaned up, and turn the 'who pays' question over to them: insurance professionals can handle this issue. Read your governing documents to determine the line between what you own and what is owned by the association. It is important that you understand this, as well as your HO-6 coverage relative to this boundary. Since your question may indicate that some time has passed and some repairs have been made, now you are left with a situation that is disagreeable to you. If you signed some kind of release, you may be on your own to commission and pay for new repairs. If, however, you are dissatisfied with the repairs, you can petition the board in writing with copies to your master insurance carrier and your HO-6 policy carrier, indicating the unsatisfactory nature of the repairs. Include photos, documentation and so forth, to establish your position. Request that your issue be addressed in a board meeting as an agenda item. Request that the board vote on the matter. With insurance professionals involved in the process, your board has no reason to fail to make the proper repairs, unless you signed some kind of release.
The best way to prevent carpet water damage is to call a professional. They have the tools to clean the carpet powerfully and efficiently before it is too late to do anything.…
As long as a carpet's water damage is from clean water, it can still be salvageable with proper cleaning. A bleach solution is recommended for cleaning.