If the pool is an insured structure on your home insurance policy then it would be covered in the event of damage by a specified peril.
Maintenance and repair of pool equipment and supplies would not be covered.
wear and tear, deterioration is not covered
You can claim an insurance loss for an above-ground pool only if it was covered by the terms of your insurance policy. Check with your insurance agent.
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.
Depends on HOW the damage occurred. Your above ground pool is normally covered as 'personal property' under your homeowners policy for the listed perils. See Coverage C- Personal Property for the list of covered losses.
It should be.
The damaged pool should be covered by home owners insurance if you had the pool added to the insurance for coverage
Question your homeowners insurance. If it was the neighbor's pool, perhaps their liability/homeowners insurance will pick up the cost. In any case, you have to have the ambulance at any price.
You'll need to read the policy to see if it's covered. You can get coverage for anything but it usually needs to be spelled out specifically in the terms of the policy. Anything not specifically covered is usually NOT covered.
Yes. Hurricane damage is a covered cause on a homeowners policy. The above ground pool is covered under the other structures section of the policy which means there is coverage. It will be paid on the ACV or actual cash value basis and not replacement cost. Read your policy to make sure but I am quite sure about this.
It really just depends on your insurance policy and the nature of the damage. Check you homeowners insurance policy declarations page for the term "Other Structures" or "Additional Structures". A pool is usually considered an additional structure. If the damage was caused by a covered peril under your policy you may have coverage for repairs.
It depends on your insurance policy
It depends on the scope of coverage you purchased. Talk to your insurance agent if you have questions about your coverage. Your agent would the person in the best position to advise you of coverage.
Yes. As long as the damage was done by a "covered cause" coverage will be afforded and the damage will be fixed. Windstorm is a basic covered cause.
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.
yes subject to your deductible
Typically your above ground pool is covered as 'personal property' under your homeowners policy. Personal property is limited to coverage for a specifically listed number of 'perils' in your policy. I dont believe you will find a listed peril that this loss description would fall under. I CAN TELL YOU FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AN ABOVE THE GROUND POOL WOULD NOT BE COVERED BY FROST OR MOVEMENT OF THE WATER OR ICE. THE ONLY TWO WAYS THAT AN ABOVE THE GROUND POOL WOULD BE COVERED BY A HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE POLICY ARE AS FOLLOW: 1. A RIDER WAS PURCHASED JUST FOR THE POOL AT AN ADDITIONAL COST, PRIOR TO THE LOSS. 2. DAMAGE DUE TO VANDALISM.
No. This sounds like a manufacturer or maintenance issue. Something is wrong with the pool itself or with the way it was installed as the earth behind pool walls has washed away making it loose support and fail. For a homeowners policy to pay for damages the damage must be the fault of a covered cause. I can't see how the damage you are describing could be from a coverer cause. Homeowners insurance is not made to cover maintenance issues or manufacturer defects. First I would contact whoever installed the pool. If it has been past the warranty period I would check with a professional to see what the cause of the damage is first.
They would pay for it only if it has been added to the policy (or if it was part of the home when insured) AND only if the damage was caused by some unforseen circumstance. IT probably would not be covered for a structural failure, an earthquake, etc. But if a bulldozer fell into it , that may be covered.
You can probably cound on no coverage due to neglect or incompetency.
Doubtful. Most homeowners policies do not cover rust, mold, deterioration etc. over a period of time.
The pool would be covered under Coverage B "other structures" of your policy. Any structure not attached to your home is covered under Coverage B.
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No. It did not happen due to a covered cause.
Truly depends on your insurer and what plan you have. But it should.