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Following a disaster

 Following a disaster, it’s not common for homeowners to wish to make some adjustments to their house’s design prior to the process of rebuilding. The insurer must pay for rebuilding your house in the same way it was before the loss. You are allowed to build something else but the cost for rebuilding determines your insurance maximum. Only getting proof of the home you want to build now – with modifications or improvements, not the home you previously had – will help the adjuster stick to their low estimate, style-frontier style frontier Website style frontier com and then challenge your estimates, and ultimately underpaying the claim.