Is there anything in or on my property that isn't fully covered by home insurance?
My wife and I are trying to determine how much insurance we need for our home and belongings. What are some things that aren't fully covered?
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Answered on Mar 01, 2021
Most homeowners insurance companies have limits on the amount of coverage that’s provided for jewelry, watches, furs, artworks, and tools. To make sure these high-value items are fully insured, you’ll want to provide your insurance company with an appraisal so the full value can be scheduled on the policy.
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