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Re: Chimney fire!

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01-19-2013 07:16:08

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Have never had insurance ask a question like that.

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George Marsh

01-19-2013 08:13:07

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 Re: Chimney fire! in reply to Leroy, 01-19-2013 07:16:08  
The first thing my insurance company asks is: What kind of dog I have? Do I have a swimming pool? Do I have a trampoline? Do I have a fire place?

I tell them if my pit bull isn't in front of the fire place he's jumping on the trampoline diving in the pool:)

You may want to check.

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01-19-2013 11:31:56

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 Re: Chimney fire! in reply to George Marsh, 01-19-2013 08:13:07  
You often hear and read, including here, about people being sure that they are safe because they get their chimney cleaned every year. Well, tests have shown that it is possible to accumulate enough creosote in 48 hours to have a chimney fire. The safe way to burn your stove is to have an intentional fire in the chimney every day to keep the creosote burned out.

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01-19-2013 08:12:09

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 Re: Chimney fire! in reply to Leroy, 01-19-2013 07:16:08  
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There is a difference in premium depending on how the house is heated,how far to nearest fire plug,distance to nearest fire station as well as several other considerations.

If your agent has never asked you how your house is heated and several other questions he is likly just charging you higher risk premiums so I advise taking a closer look.

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01-19-2013 15:57:11

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 Re: Chimney fire! in reply to da.bees, 01-19-2013 08:12:09  
Different companys over the years and none ever asked any questions as how it was heated. On here is the only place I ever heard of it.

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