Your condo looked and felt timeless when you bought it. But now that it’s been a few years or longer since you settled in, there are definitely some things that are feeling outdated. There are any number of ways you could go about renovating – and adding value to – your unit. But whether you choose to make more subtle changes, like replacing old appliances, hardware or light fixtures, or you decide to dive into a large project, like a complete kitchen or bathroom remodel, you will want to make sure that these additions are properly insured against potential damage or destruction.
While the standard condo insurance typically includes some coverage for alterations and additions you make, your specific policy may limit the amount. If you have already made substantial changes to your unit, or you are about to, it is an excellent time to talk to an insurance professional at Fred C. Church. We will evaluate if your current coverage needs a minor enhancement, like adding Unit Owners Additions and Alterations Special Coverage to your policy. Our team wants to ensure that when all your renovations are complete, you can sit back and enjoy all of the improvements you have made to your condo for a long, long time.