Marcia Selsor on wed 15 nov 06
hey fellow Texans,
I have a question.
If I put my electric kiln in an attached carport, is there a
homeowners insurance problem? Do I need to put it in a kiln shed?
I am planning a kiln shed for my raku kilns.
Just need to know if I need to put my electric out there too.
Arnold Howard on thu 16 nov 06
From: "Marcia Selsor"
> If I put my electric kiln in an attached carport, is there
> homeowners insurance problem?
Some insurance companies don't understand kilns and don't
insure them under any condition. Others have no problem with
kilns and don't even care if you have them in your garage.
So it all depends on the company.
Some insurers will ask for safety information such as UL
listing, installation guidelines, etc.
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