Home renovations mean positive changes for your house. With these changes though, comes changes in your insurance policy. Before you even start the renovation process, you should open a policy or request information about the changes you plan on making from Bye Financial Group, LLC, serving Grand Ledge, MI and the surrounding area.
During the Renovation
It’s possible for something to get damaged during the renovation process. For instance, you might have to place your items outside in a storage container during the renovation, which makes these items susceptible to theft. You might also do damage to your property during the process. When you contact your insurance agency before the renovation, ask if your items are covered during your renovation. Keep in mind; if you can’t store them on your property, you may need a separate policy to cover them.
Renovations Can Increase the Value of Your Home
When you make certain changes on your home, it increases the value of your property. You want to contact the insurance company to update your policy so it covers these changes, so if something should happen like a fire, you receive an adequate amount of funds to repair your home.
Make Sure All Contractors Are Licensed, Insured, and Bonded
A contractor who isn’t licensed isn’t able to get permits and could make a serious mistake during the renovations. Bonding helps protect you in the event the contractor makes a mistake, and if something should happen to a contractor on your property, you could be held responsible if the company isn’t insured.
Whether you’re already a customer and upgrading your home or want a quote for a new policy before you start renovations, contact Bye Financial Group, LLC, serving Grand Ledge, MI and the surrounding area, today by calling 517-622-5020.