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Does home owners insurance cover carpenter bee damage?


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2015-10-15 08:52:24
2015-10-15 08:52:24

Insect infestations are generally not covered by homeowners insurance as it is considered a homeowners normal and expected pest control and maintenance routine.

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Depends on the specific insurance and the type of structural damage. The question is to vague to be answered adequately here.

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