Gas Conversion

Re: Gas Conversion

PostBy: deepwoods On: Mon May 01, 2017 6:37 pm

joeq wrote:What if you were to scab a tag off a new stove, rivet onto an old BB, and tell the ins. it's a "re-pop". Think he'ld be the wiser? :D

Heh heh, that idea could open a "niche market" for bootleg UL tags :D Probably not hard to reproduce!
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Re: Gas Conversion

PostBy: deepwoods On: Mon May 01, 2017 6:43 pm

rberq wrote:
bambooboy wrote:... got a call from an inspection outfit that works for insurance companies, wanting to know if I would approve of an in house inspection. it would be my choice ... guy says company wants to do this every 2 years.

I'm curious about the inspection being "your choice", and the company wanting to do it every two years. Did you feel there was an implied threat your insurance would be cancelled if you didn't allow the inspection?

I have been with State Farm for over 50 years, first just auto then homeowners & auto & umbrella liability. A few times the agent has written saying they wanted to look over the property, but I always felt it was a marketing ploy and did not respond in any way, and they never pressed the issue.

I have been with Erie Ins. for 40+ years with auto and recently homeowners. They did good for me. Prior Ins. was Farmers :no1:
Do not know if Erie will want inspections, time will tell.
deepwoods
 
Hand Fed Coal Stove: Hitzer 50-93 & DS Machine Newstyle Champion
Coal Size/Type: nut (so far)
Other Heating: Ruud propane forced air system

Re: Gas Conversion

PostBy: bambooboy On: Mon May 01, 2017 7:07 pm

rberq wrote:
bambooboy wrote:... got a call from an inspection outfit that works for insurance companies, wanting to know if I would approve of an in house inspection. it would be my choice ... guy says company wants to do this every 2 years.

I'm curious about the inspection being "your choice", and the company wanting to do it every two years. Did you feel there was an implied threat your insurance would be cancelled if you didn't allow the inspection?

I have been with State Farm for over 50 years, first just auto then homeowners & auto & umbrella liability. A few times the agent has written saying they wanted to look over the property, but I always felt it was a marketing ploy and did not respond in any way, and they never pressed the issue.
no threat,as I said in my post we wanted to make sure we were covered for these stoves&the amount of trees close to house.already decided we will be ins shopping this summer. it is what it is.
bambooboy
 
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