Homeowner's Insurance

Is the dwelling extension amount the same as the land on your homeowner insurance premium renewal?


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2004-07-14 08:16:01
2004-07-14 08:16:01

The dwelling extension (typically 10% of the limit on your dwelling) covers other structures on your premises. This would include your detached garage, fence, gazebo, child's treehouse, well pumphouse, etc. Land (dirt) is not covered by your homeowner's policy.


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