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11.05.12

Storm Damage Control - In Sandy's Aftermath

While most people are mucking out their homes after Sandy, some may be concerned about the damage to their ponds and water features. When the insurance adjuster comes, make sure they look at the water feature for damage as well. Your water feature is considered personal property and any damage should be covered by a homeowner's policy.
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  • Jan P
    Jan P Windsor, CT
    Ours didn't cover the 6 Koi we lost last year in the Halloween snow storm Alfred, said they were pets.....this year Sandy spared us - heart goes out to all those that lost everything - how do you start over.....overwhelming!!
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  • Aquascape Inc.
    Aquascape Inc. Saint Charles, IL
    Great tip!!
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  • Rocky Mountain WaterScape
    Thanks Jan, I guess you could consider koi your pets but some get very pricey and it would be nice if insurance would help.... But guess that's why we are in the pond biz and not insurance.
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