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Re: front porch/yard is toast

Also, like someone else said, make detailed lists of your plants that were  
damaged and their value.  They should be included in your claim to the  
insurance company.  Note the value of anything that was damaged.  You  may want to 
have a reputable and licensed contractor give you an estimate on  what he would 
charge you to fix the damage.  The insurance company will  likely try to 
low-ball you and pay you as little as they can get away  with.  If you get two or 
three estimates from reputable and licensed  contractors, you will be better 
able to negotiate with the insurance company and  get the most money that you 
I'm so glad you and sugar are ok!
Long  Island, NY
Zone 6/7

What pride can a country have when its  President is an unabashed liar?

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