If it caused a fire that damaged your home or property then yes you can file a claim. This type of damage would be covered under the fire portion of your policy.
If you are saying that it just blew up and does not work anymore or it caused damages below your deducible. then that's just a maintenance issue. Appliances do have a life expectancy, It's just time for a new stove.
The answer depends upon the type of HO policy that you have. That is, insurers issue many types of them, from "dwelling policies to those that are essentially "all risk" policies, The latter are far more inclusive as to the kind of risks that are covered, hence the name. Likewise, whether the insurer will cover the claim will depend upon issues such as whether you, by neglect or otherwise, caused the explosion to occur (for example, improper maintenance). All of that said, you can file a claim and see what happens. If the claim is denied the insurer will state a reason and you can decide on further action at that point.
You can file a claim. Depending on your coverage, it may cover any damage to the home, but not cover the gas stove.
The stove would be covered just as any other part of the home and contents are covered. Make sure you tell the agent and insurance company about the stove and they want to inspect it to make sure it is installed correctly and is not a hazard.
the standard homeowners policy excludes damages caused by rodents, insects and vermin. some states expand this language even further to name the specific types. all policies would include a deductible - the average stove may not exceed the deductible anyhow.
If you have a living trusts and an umbrella insurance policy can the trust be sued in an auto accident.
whether your insurance cost would or would not go up should you add a wood stove to your residence is dependant on your particular state regulations and your insurance carriers particular underwriting guidelines. ISO says it must be properly install by a Licensed contractor. Best thing to do is give your insurance carrier a call before installation he or she should be able to advice you on the best possible way to proceed.
Kalamazoo Stove Company stopped manufacturing stoves in 1952. The best place to look for a manual would be on an internet auction site or possibly a book dealer that deals in older books.
Home warranty insurance is a growing business. Home owners have realized that appliances don't last forever. With home warranty insurance, they can extend the protections of warranties to their refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, hot water heater, air conditioning system and more. Home warranty insurance costs are tied to how many appliances and systems you want to cover in your home. Repair bills and replacements can add up fast. Home warranty insurance helps reduce the uncertainty by providing lower repair costs and offering a replacement if it can't be fixed. This allows you to plan your finances without fear of a sudden large expenditure.
Chances are if you tell your agent,your policy will be cancelled.
Two of the most important are the Franklin stove, a stove in the middle of the room that has a chimney over to the regular chimney, and bifocals.He also came up with the idea of fire insurance and one way streets. He made the glass harmonica.
A stove. Hopefully, a gimballed stove!
Depends on the stove, but usually not
I belive it is 18" to 20" . Check owners manual it should say . Or look up building code in local area .
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