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Insurance Question from Eureka, MT
Asked on 06/17/2017
Children Playhouse I am planning on building a children's playhouse. Since I don't have a tree to build it in, I am building this playhouse 10' off the ground using beefy 6"x6" posts and anchored in 1200lbs of concrete. This playhouse will have a playground ladder and a fireman's pole. I don't want my policy to be cancelled, does anyone know if this is acceptable or not...if not, how far off the ground can my playhouse be? FYI, I am with Metlife.
Answer given on June 25, 2017
talk to your insurance company
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