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I damaged a linoleum floor when moving a piece of furniture. The suare foot area of the floor is aprroximately 100 square feet. The landlord said his homeowner’s insurance does not cover this and handed me an estimate of $1,600 for a new floor. My questions are – 1. Shouldn’t this be covered under the homeowner’s policy and if it is, is he required to go through his homeowner’s insurance on this? If it is not covered under insurance – 2. Is this a fair estimate for the replacement of the floor?

Edited on: Saturday, September 27th, 2008 6:11 pm

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