Not just here in Maryland but throughout the U.S., winter weather has brought hazards, and it is making many people wonder what their homeowners insurance policy would cover in the event of a cold-weather-related peril.
Freezing temperatures can cause a home's pipes to freeze. In some cases, this can lead to bursting of the pipes. Although this is usually covered by homeowners insurance, taking precautions could prevent such damage in the first place. But if pipes do freeze, it is important to know how to thaw them and what steps to take to repair any damage. See Tips to Handle Frozen Pipes in Your Home.
Not sure whether your homeowners insurance would cover damage from frozen pipes? Why not contact our office for a free, no-obligation review of your policy to be sure of your coverage?