Marcia Selsor on thu 16 nov 06
We currently have USAA. Does anyone have a name of an insurance
company that tolerates kilns?
On Nov 16, 2006, at 7:30 AM,M Arnold Howard wrote:
> 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.
> Arnold Howard
> Paragon Industries, L.P., Mesquite, Texas USA
> email@example.com / www.paragonweb.com
Elizabeth Priddy on thu 16 nov 06
State Farm in North Carolina.
My kiln is on concrete floor with a firewal and steel
fire"proof" door between the kilns and the living
Also, they wrote a policy for my business to cover my
studio, the contents and liability, assuming students
do not fire the kilns.
Reasonable rates too, about $25 a month. I recommend
insurance for anyone who teaches.
Beaufort, NC - USA
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