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Does homeowners insurance cover structural damage caused by honey in the walls left by bees?


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2011-08-08 14:34:31
2011-08-08 14:34:31

Im not sure how 'bee honey' itself could damage anything. Homeowner's policies typically excluded damage caused by insects. //

NOTE ADDED: Bee hone decays once the bees are dead, and the process can cause rot as well as damage to drywall and other building materials. Leaving the honey in the walls can cause major issues.

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