Does renters insurance cover a window mounted air conditioner that fell out of the window and damaged the building?
It might. there might be some argument if the company is picky over the installation of it. If it was there when you moved in the building owner has to deal with it.
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check the covered perils on your insurance policy. Most policies won't cover it
No, because of the mechanical compressor mounting. Much of how the compressor works is based upon gravity - altering the gravitational flow of the gases inside the unit would …make it non-operational, and could cause internal damage, and/or a fire. There's a reason things are marked plainly "this side up".
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The window air conditioner does not have to be on the window. Itjust has to be in proximity to the window. The vent pipes and fanswork best if there is an opening on the wall.…
This is a commonly asked question, but the simplest answer is: You don't recharge window air conditioners, since they are hermetically sealed at the factory and have no valves… or ports for servicing in the field. If the unit needs more refrigerant, it needs to be checked for leaks, not just to be recharged! If the unit is over 10 years old and has been used extensively, the compressor may simply be worn out, in which case it's time to get a replacement air conditioner. The best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed HVAC technician to do this job for you. For personal safety reasons only technicians who are licensed to work on HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) should do this kind of work, because they have the right test equipment and tools and have been trained in how to do this work safely.
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depends on the odor but i am gueesing you need to take it out and spay the coils out with a NONE sudding soap and water then wait 24houra before you plug it back in to the pow…er outlet
As lame as it sounds: It Depends. Check closely your home owners insurance coverage policy which will lay out all of the things that will be covered. A basic policy, for exam…ple, usually covers water damage from rain, but not water damage caused by water collecting on the ground. That would normally be covered by a separate flood insurance rider.
call you agent and ask. every policy is different
No. It's not your window. You are a tenant and there fore you do not own the home just the contents. You cannot insure something that you don't own. The landlord will have to …fix the broken window unless you broke it and in that case you will have to fix it yourself.
No, Your Homeowners Insurance Policy typically provides Property Hazard Insurance that covers certain sudden losses resulting from covered perils such as fire, lightning, wind…, hail, theft, vandalism, etc. It's probably time to break down and call in a good carpenter to finish the job.
With a little skill and knowledge you cut a hole through an out-side wall.
Certainly! I mounted a Kenmore 18000 BTU window unit through the wall several years ago and it cools my small house just fine. Just be sure that it tilts down a little at the …outside so condensation will drip outside and not all over your floor!
Depending on which homeowner's policy form you have it will either pay for replacing the windows or the actual cash value of the windows which is replacement less depreciation…. Most people will have a Form 3 which will pay for replacement cost.