Kirk, et all, I'd also check your homeowners insurance. I've got
'the hartford, through AARP and I've got a
rider for my LM470 and three beams that has got a $500.00 deductible
full replacement for the tower and
all accessories as well as insurance on the radios and computers in
the office. Plus full damage coverage
for the tower falling on other structures (neighbors and mine) for
about $100/year extra. It's well worth the
small cost and alot cheaper than other kinds of insurance you can
find for JUST the tower and radios.
Robert Smith Consulting
"Wireless Installations -- Government, Businesses & ISP's"
F.C.C. Licensed-Commercial & Amateur Services
ARRL Life Member
1-707-964-4931 w/answering machine
Fort Bragg, California 95437
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Date: Thu, 24 May 2007 09:42:22 -0500
From: "Kirk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [TowerTalk] Insurance carrier recommendation
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As hurricane season is fast approaching, my wife has been nagging me (bless
her heart) to get insurance on my TX-472MDP tower with 4 el SteppIR. My
question is; based upon your experience, what insurance carrier would you
recommend? I've already read the comments in EHAM but I'm interested in
hearing what you have to say.
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