May 04, 2018 @ 12:00am you know you can save money on your home insurance if you have recently updated your roof, furnace, electrical or plumbing?

Most companies will require proof of the improvements, such as receipts for shingles or other supplies.

If you hired a professional to make improvements to your home, you can submit an invoice showing the materials that were used and a paid receipt from the contractor.

Discounts will vary by company.

If you added on to your home or made significant updates to your home, you want to confirm your policy is providing enough coverage to rebuild your home. Updating your kitchen to oak cabinets and granite counter tops can leave you under-insured if you have a claim.

Periodic reviews of your home insurance policies are highly recommended.

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