Insuring Musical Instruments
Music is slowly becoming a lost art in the digital age we live in today. Millions of people across the world used to plan endless types of instruments as hobbies, but today’s generation has replaced this great pastime by playing with electronics and digital devices. Musical instruments are of course still in production, but if you have had the sense to hold on to old instruments from the past you should really consider adding them to your California home insurance policy.
Instruments are such a special part of family history and memories. Making sure they are properly protected is crucial in case of a house fire, loss, flood, or burglary. Many home insurance policies include instruments as a part of their contents list. If the instruments are traveled with, used for live shows, or used by multiple users, we highly suggest adding them to your itemized list of protected items on your policy.
Whether you play the piano, cell, guitar, trumpet or drums (and the list goes on) it is important to make sure your covered for replacement costs as well as damage repair. You can often purchase a warranty with the musical instrument dealer you purchase the item from, but double checking is always the best policy, especially if you use any instruments as a means of income.
Give Remland Insurance a call today at 714) 532-3341 if you have any further questions about insuring your musical instruments, or to add them to your policy. Our agents are here to help!
Source: Rough Notes