How to Find a Low Rate Georgia Home Owner Insurance Quote
A home owner insurance feature becoming broadly popular among Georgia home owners is replacement cost coverage. You may want to research this feature before you start shopping for your Georgia home owner insurance quote.
What is replacement cost coverage?
Simply put, with a home owner insurance policy, replacement cost coverage will cover the entire cost of repairing and replacing your home and property, as long as the materials you use are the same, or similar, as those in your home before the damage. In other words, if your kitchen flooring was linoleum, your replacement cost coverage most likely will not pay to have hardwood floor installed in your kitchen.
If you are confused about a certain material, ask your home owner insurance agent for help determining if it is a material similar to your old material for your replacement cost coverage to pay for it.
Is there any fine print I should worry about?
The kind of details you are likely to find with replacement cost coverage deals with the ample time frame in which your Georgia home owner insurance company wants the repairs and replacements completed. They usually determine this amount of time to be 180 days.
All home owner insurance policies carry their own fine print, as do all home owner insurance companies. It is always wise to read the fine print – thoroughly – and ask your home owner insurance agent to explain any details you are not sure you understand.
So, if I have replacement cost coverage, I can replace and repair my home at no cost to me?
Almost. You have been paying your Georgia home owner insurance policy premiums, after all, right? Plus, you will have to pay your insurance policy deductible before the replacement cost feature takes effect – a small amount of money when compared to what your Georgia home owner insurance company is going to fork out to replace and repair your home.