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If part of your home was damaged, can you be assured the type of siding on your house is still available?

What if it isn’t? What if the siding is obsolete and outdated? Would you expect to have your entire house re-sided…even the undamaged portion?

How would your insurance company respond?

The Weimer Group represents many companies including Erie Insurance. Erie Insurance has a solution. If you have a covered loss to the siding of your home, and the same siding material is no longer available for the damaged portion of your home, we will reimburse you for the cost up to the limit you purchased to replace all of the undamaged siding of your home!

For more information regarding coverage and exclusions, simply contact our office by clicking here and completing our request form or calling our office.
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