Dwelling fire coverage is often selected for rental or non-owner occupancy (as an example, a homeowner who, for free, has arranged for a friend to use his home for an extended period). Other situations that may call for use of dwelling fire coverage are lack of full-time occupancy (secondary or seasonal homes) and type of property (mobile homes and minimal value manufactured homes). Another very common situation that is handled by dwelling fire coverage is residences that are under construction.
Dwelling Coverage provides protection against such risks as fire and lightning, explosions, windstorms, hail, snow, damage from smoke, in some states - tornadoes and hurricanes, vandalism, freezing of plumbing and overflow from your plumbing, damage from vehicles, falling objects and, possibly, other damages stipulated in your policy.
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