Time Line for Home Visit to do an "Inspection"?

by Cheryl
(Sherwood Park, Alberta)

My insurance company is insisting on a home visit to do an inspection to make sure we have enough coverage. First time they've done this in 20 years. We are in the middle of renovations. I want to wait until renos are complete. They insist on doing it now as outlined by the Canadian Insurance Bureau. I can't find any info that states this. Do I have time to finish renos or do I need to let them in the door now?


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Your home insurer might cancel your policy if you don't let them in by a deadline that they will set. The reason for this is that insurers are finding that in many cases long time clients are under insured which leads to problems when there is a claim.

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Keep in mind that insurance licensing, legislation, and policies often vary by province and most certainly by country. Canada Insurance Source is a free information source. So use this site to gain a general understanding of insurance with your own area and situation in mind.  Make sure you review the "please read" page. Always speak with a licensed insurance professional about your specific situation.

Always speak with a licensed insurance representative about your specific situation.

This site is general in nature and there may be errors or ommissions

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