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Are there any house insurance companies that cover infestation of bed bugs?

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2015-07-15 21:45:45
2015-07-15 21:45:45

Insect damage is generally excluded by homeowner's policies.

There aren't any policies at this time, but likely will be in the near future if there is money to be made.

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2015-06-05 04:24:06
2015-06-05 04:24:06

A bed bug infestation would be considered a normal maintenance issue and is not a covered peril under any homeowners insurance policy. Occasional exterminator treatment is a normal and expected cost associated with home ownership and maintenance.

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