Is a small hole in the lining or cover the only plausible explanation for losing water from a covered in-ground swimming pool over the winter?
What about evaporation? Its not uncommon to have a underground pipe cracked, you should have a wet spot in your lawn, the water has to come out somewhere,sometimes it is very hard to keep the pump running though if one of these pipes are cracked or sucking air.
Step 1) Put bare hands and/or feet into thickly vegetated part of garden. Step 2) Remove hand, inspect for leeches. Step 3) Repeat Step 2 Step 4) Observe for leeches; if none, then it is plausible to assume there are no leeches in the garden. If hand and/or foot is covered in small black awfulness, then it is plausible to assume that there are, in fact, leeches in the garden.
Will homeowners insurance cover damage to an inground swimming pool caused when a windstorm lifted the pool cover and debris ripped the liner?
If the policy specifically covers the pool, yes. If there is no specific mention of the pool in any of the insurance coverage papers, no. I don't think that there needs to be specific mention of the pool in the policy. The wind damgae should be covered subject to the deductible. Be aware though that even minor claims can cause your insurance premium to go up so get good advice before proceeding with the claim.
If a swimming pool was unknowingly installed on top of buried tree stumps and a sink hole was created causing the pool to crack and cave would this be covered by homeowners insurance?
If a person is fairly dirty (for example, covered in mud) then they should clean themselves off before swimming, as a courtesy to the pool maintainers. Dirt gets into the pool filters, so the less dirt in the water, the longer the filters are operational. Otherwise, that is why they get chlorinated. It is better to have the bath or shower after swimming, though.
Fishes live in the Water. They are cold-blooded vertebrates and they lay eggs. Their bodies are covered with scales. Some are covered with slimy skin. Fishes breathe through their gills and they have eyes but witout eyelids. The fins are used for swimming and the tails as propeller made by: :) Rainne (:
An in-ground pool would be covered under section B of a homeowners policy as "Other Structures". Coverage is generally on an "Actual Cash Value" or ACV basis and the covered caused is based on the policy. The normal items such as Windstorm, Fire, Lightning, Weight of Ice and Snow, Vehicle Collision, Vandalism, etc. are covered depending of which policy form you have. Remember that maintenance items are never covered on a homeowners policy and that…
Your homeowners insurance policy may or may not cover a ripped pool liner. It all depends on the policy form you choose when you purchase the homeowners insurance policy, the policy language and any endorsements. You should check with your agent or insurance company to determine whether it is a covered peril or not.
In ancient days, swimming was usually done naked, as fabric would weigh you down. The height of swimsuit fashion was the nearly-complete coverage of the bathing suits of Victorian England, which persisted in England and the US until the 1930s. Afterward, social mores relaxed and less was covered, with the bikini becoming fashionable in the 1950s.
If the structure of an inground pool is comprimised due to a broken water pipe from the pool would it be covered under homeowner's insurance?
CAn the island housing the knights of the round materia in ff7 exist in real life.... Is it plausible for a mountain island to form and become covered in forest which would require seed migration?
The most usual explanation for the origin of the name Widnes is that it comes from the Danish words vid, meaning wide, and noese, meaning nose and that it refers to the promontory projecting into the River Mersey. However the Widnes promontory is not particularly wide and another possible explanation is the first part derives from the Danish ved, meaning a wood and possibly referring to a tree-covered promontory. Earlier spellings of the name have…
No. Although both creatures have flat tails, there are some differences. Their tails are a different shape. The beaver's tail is broader and flatter than a platypus's, and covered with special scales. The platypus's tail is covered with dense fur. Their tails serve different purposes. The beaver's tail is used to help propel it along in the water. The platypus's tail is used as a rudder, for steering when it is swimming.
A warranty can be obtained when Carhartt boots are purchased. As all products have an expected life, they will not be covered when they break if it occurs after an year. However, if it has some sort of problem, you can send them back with an explanation of why you are returning them if thirty days have not yet passed.