Summer is one of the busiest times for home renovations—and your neighborhood is filled with the sounds of saws and hammers from construction projects. If you’re remodeling or building an addition, you’ve probably spent time researching contractors, selecting the latest products, and setting a budget.
However, many people fail to fully research how the project will affect their homeowners insurance. It’s an essential step, as renovation projects involve some risk. Here are four things you can do to make sure you are properly covered.