A homeowners policy will cover damage done by a covered cause. It does not cover maintenance as the homeowner is responsible for maintaining the home. Septic pipe damage is almost always the result of lack of maintenance. I cannot think of any way that septic pipe would be damaged by a covered cause. Perhaps if a storm blew down trees and the falling over of the trees caused the uprooting of parts of the septic pipe. This would be a covered cause.
Most will if it is in the slab. Where it can get tricky is when the pipe in in the yard.
Sure, as long as the damage was from a covered cause. The key to homeowners insurance is that the damage is due to a covered cause. If you a re searching to see if your insurance will pay for replacing the pipe because of lack of maintenance, no it will not. Maintenance is not covered on a homeowners policy.
I presume you mean 'homeowner's insurance'. Some contracts do cover it, some don't. You will have to look at the small print in your own policy.
You need to turn this claim in, it all depends on your policy form, the perils, exclusions etc.
AnswerIt may vary state to state but generally NO insurance will not cover the leaking pipe but it will cover the cost to get to it and repair the damage done to get to it as well as cover the damage done from the leak. You are on your own with the cost of the plumber. Best bet is to read your policy on exclusions. If it is not excluded, it's covered.
It depends on what state you live in and what exact policy you have. Some policies in certain states will cover this, others will not. You will have to refer to your specific policy and its endorsements. There are hundreds of variations on homeowners policies and endorsements between states and insurance companies..
You'll have to contact your insurance agent and ask them, There are many different levels of Homeowners Insurance and it really depends on the breadth of coverage you purchased. As a general rule though. If the pipe collapsed due to a covered peril then it would be covered. If it collapsed due to age or normal wear and tear then it will likely not be covered due to it's being a maintenance issue.
What? The question does not make sense but nearly all policies cover damage from leaking pipes, unless the pipe was exposed and you knew it was leaking and ignored it.
As long is the loss itself is covered than yes it is one of the few situations many homeowners policies provide compensation for the plumbing system or appliance that fails.
Probibly not, would have to be a rupture to be covered under most policies. If its just old and rusted then no coverage. Some insurance companies will exclude any pipe outside of the house. need more info about policy to asses situation.
Depend on your insurance policy. Most standard policies that i have done thru insurance companies do not cover the pipe. They cover the damage the water or leak causes to the surrounding surfaces. The pipe and plumbing repairs are almost always not a part of the insurance coverage.
Each insurance company is different, some i know will cover any pipe underground if its located within the footprint of your home, if its outside the home they may cover if its a specific peril such as rupture, if its just old and breaks then no this you will have to pay for. More information is needed to asses your situation
I have been doing this for 20 yrs. and i have never found a policy that covers anything outside the foundation of the home to be covered.
You always must determine the cause of the damage. What made the crawl space flood? If the cause is due to torrential rain then a homeowners policy will not cover this type of loss. What you would need here is a flood insurance policy. If for instance, a pipe burst, therefore causing the flooding of the crawl space, then the regular homeowner's policy will pay for the damages, except for the actual pay for the repair cost of the actual piece of the pipe.
No, I'm afraid not. Homeowners insurance is for sudden unexpected losses that result from covered perils such as Fire, Wind, Hail, etc. Homeowners insurance never provides coverage for routine expected maintenance issues nor for upgrades.
You would need to check with your insurance company to see if your have coverage for conveyances and what specific perils are covered, typically, fire, wind hail etc. Most Insurers would consider this a home maintenance issue and would not cover it.
You would gave to find out from the actual insurance adjustor. There is no way anyone else can know that.
If you are filing a homeowners insurance claim because your basement was flooded then be sure to be specific when making the claim because most homeowners do not have flood insurance. If your basement flooded as a result of a broken or leaky pipe or from some other cause from inside the home then you should be fine but if your basement was flooded as a result of an outside source then you may not.
Depends where that pipeline is and what happened to it. If its your main pipe coming into your home for water supply and it gets old and rusts out, NO... If the pipe somehow ruptured, its possible, need to read your insurance policy to make sure. As well they may cover damage from the pipe done to the home but not cover the pipe, more info is needed to asses your situation.
Sorry but this is not a covered cause. It is more like maintenance. I remember a big issue with contractors using galvanized pipes going through concrete slab foundations. The chemicals in cement tends to dissolve galvanized pipe and if I remember correctly the contractors had to make payment on the damages. Homeowners insurance covers sudden and accidental damages that happened due to a covered cause such as fire, windstorm, vandalism, etc.
If no one has bought it in the time that happened, then it is still considered yours. Your homeowners insurance should still cover it. If you still have questions about it, you should talk to the company that your insurance associates with.
Damage done by the leak will be covered. The pipe itself (along with any thing they need to tear out and replace to get to it) is not.
The pipe from the main to the meter is the city's responsibility, from the meter to the house is the home owners. Insurance probably will not cover the pipe but may cover damage caused by the leak. Policies vary.