Insurance policies can be complex and there can be a lot of terms in your policy that you may not fully understand. Here at TAB Insurance Agency, LLC, serving the greater Frisco, TX area, we want to help you understand as much about home insurance as we can. If you are looking at your policy and see the terms loss of use, you may have a few questions. Here are a couple of the questions you may have about loss of use and your homeowner’s insurance policy.
What is Loss of Use?
Following a catastrophic event, you may find yourself unable to reside in your home. Your home may have been destroyed by a fire or flooded by rising river waters. If the event is covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy, loss of use of your home will kick in. Loss of use helps you to cover the costs associated with living out of your home, such as a hotel room and eating at restaurants until your home is habitable again.
What Should Your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy Say About Loss of Use?
Most homeowner’s policies have limits related to loss of use. Typically, there is a deductible and a policy limit related to how much money the policy will pay for the loss of use. Always carefully read through the policy to see what the deductible is and what the policy limits are.
Buying the right homeowner’s insurance policy can help to protect you against the unexpected. If you are in the market for a new policy, contact TAB Insurance Agency, LLC, serving the greater Frisco, TX area today. We can help answer your questions and help you to find the right policy for your needs.