Originally Posted by Venturewest
Thanks for the great information, everyone who posted. I hadn't considered the possibility of water entering the system after winterization. I guess the water bills may show any usage if this is the case. It also seems like a great service protocol for the BF to be disassembled and stored for winter.
Is general liability the one who would pay for the water loss if negligence was found on the part of the contractor?
Insurance is an necessary expense that most of us feel is too high as it is, so we have not filed a claim for any damages or repairs ever. Stolen tools and small fender benders we end up paying out of pocket also.
We do mess up don't get me wrong, but IMO it is better to take it on the chin and move on. In my experience, the insurance companies seem to get their money no matter what.