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Will your homeowners insurance cover a new front door?


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2011-11-09 21:19:13
2011-11-09 21:19:13

If the damage to your front door was the result of a covered peril then yes, it would be covered under your homeowners insurance policy.

If the door is just worn out then it is a maintenance issue.

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It might, but with a small loss like this you'd be far better off having it repaired yourself. It's unlikely that the repair cost would exceed your deductible. Furthermore, any claim or inquiry you make against your homeowners will likely result in a claim surcharge on your premium at your next renewal.

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