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RE: front porch/yard is toast


So sorry!  Is there a silver lining to any of this?  Like did the porch need
a facelift?  Maybe the insurance will cover it.  When we had the fire, we
found out that different people get different levels of coverage from their
insurance for the same damage.  If you talk to a lawyer you might get this
type of information.  We didn't.  We never put in for things that we put
many hours of labor into .  Keep track of the time you spend doing things
yourself- even the time to get the 4 X 4's and putting them up. And keep all
receipts.  Make a list of all the plants you lost and approximate costs to
replace and replant.  Just document everything!

Good luck to you!

Long Island, NY
Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)

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