Replace Kitchen Cabinetry On Top Of Tile Flooring?


 

The insurance carrier is paying to replace the damaged tile flooring in this home.  The kitchen cabinetry sits on top of the tile flooring.  The insurer does not want to pay to replace the cabinetry.  They are estimating to cut the tile around the lower cabinets and install a nice decorative quarter round trim around the base cabinets to hide their jagged cuts into the adjacent flooring.   

Posted By:
Stephen Hadhazi

10/11/2012 08:04

 

Answer this poll below

When damaged flooring runs continuous under cabinetry the insurer should pay to replace the cabinetry.
The policy is vague on this subject and therefore the insurance company can do what they want
Now that someone mentioned cabinetry the insurer should find a way to deny the tile claim - that would take care of the cabinetry issue


 

Poll Answers

When damaged flooring runs continuous under cabinetry the insurer should pay to replace the cabinetry.6 (100%)
The policy is vague on this subject and therefore the insurance company can do what they want0 (0%)
Now that someone mentioned cabinetry the insurer should find a way to deny the tile claim - that would take care of the cabinetry issue0 (0%)


Stephen Hadhazi - When damaged flooring runs continuous under cabinetry the insurer should pay to replace the cabinetry.
Rory Martin - When damaged flooring runs continuous under cabinetry the insurer should pay to replace the cabinetry.
Julio Ortega - When damaged flooring runs continuous under cabinetry the insurer should pay to replace the cabinetry.
Kenneth Stokes Sr. - When damaged flooring runs continuous under cabinetry the insurer should pay to replace the cabinetry.
Juan Moya - When damaged flooring runs continuous under cabinetry the insurer should pay to replace the cabinetry.