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We have millville mutual, the policy is writen through logan branch insurance in bellefonte. Its 260 a year for around 30k coverage and like 15k in contents

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We have millville mutual, the policy is writen through logan branch insurance in bellefonte. Its 260 a year for around 30k coverage and like 15k in contents
Does the $260.00 per year include Liability Coverage?
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Erie for homeowners, truck and cabin. The cabin runs less than $300 per year.

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Check out Millville Mutal insurance. They protect a lot of season homes and the pricing is extremely reasonable.
I have Millville Mutual as well. No problems with not having central heating system. I checked with Erie (since my home and auto was with them), and they wouldn't cover it because my primary source of heat was not controlled with a thermostat, and it is a pellet stove.

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Does the $260.00 per year include Liability Coverage?

It includes 100k in liability coverage

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We had a hunting meeting last night and I ask the treasurer about our camp insurance. He reported that Bedford Grange Mutual charges us $953 a year for $153,900 in coverage.

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Since all of my home/truck/cabin insurance renews in October, dug out all the Erie paperwork that came a few weeks ago. It's $257 per year on the cabin and hasn't really gone up much over the past 15 years since the cabin has been in my name.

$100K liability coverage and the property is posted. Total of about $55K on structure, contents, etc. and structure loss replacement coverage. That's about right for coverage, since the place is only around 800 square feet of living space and attached shed.

Everything in there is older furniture and appliances that have been hauled up there over the past 40 years. Or donated stuff, like the little microwave and two spares. The original microwave croaked in deer season years ago, ain't taking any chances.



When I added the cabin, Erie rep asked about a wood stove, distance to the closest VFD, etc. When I noted the wood stove has a SS insulated chimney and approved protective material on wall/floor, she asked if I had any installed heating source? Yep, electric baseboard. So she wrote that up as the primary heating source, with supplemental wood stove.

Had a haggle over the VFD being over five miles (it's seven miles), but I told her it's a rural area with little traffic and the several times I know of that they've responded to the area where camp is, they were there in 10 minutes. We have several VFDs where I live and it takes them twice that long to cover seven miles, with heavier traffic and multiple traffic lights to negotiate.

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We use Grangers Insurance. It is only Fire Insurance, but you can choose the amounts on the contents and the outside. They were great when we had an arson fire in 2005. We had a check within 2 weeks. We had a check within 2 weeks. They will not cover anything else though.
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