The way I recall it is most insurance companies will NOT pay
the insured party anything for his/her labor if he does the work
himself. I had a friend who is a carpenter and his house
burned. The insurance company would not pay him to
do any of the work himself - he had to hire other contractors.
I like Steve K7LXC's idea - hire a professional crew and let
them do all the work. Might as well get something for all that
premium money you pay over the years.
In a message dated 98-06-17 07:46:06 EDT, you write:
I also have felt--with less metal in the air--the despair after storm
damage. Which brings my question that I have had then also:
When insurance covered stuff is ruined, is it appropriate for the
insurance co. to pay the owner/installer for taking down and reinstalling?
I know they pay the roofer to put on a new roof. Do they pay the ham to
take care of his insured antennas--the labor??? K4VUD
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