Debris Removal

Published: | Updated: August 28, 2016

Definition - What does Debris Removal mean?

Debris removal is a service that removes various types of debris from a property. In the context of insurance, the cost of debris removal is often covered by property insurance policies. However, this cost is usually only covered if a covered peril causes the debris.

Insuranceopedia explains Debris Removal

Debris can accumulate on a property for a number of reasons. For example, a house could burn down, causing the buildup of charred wood debris, or a tree could fall down on a property, or a hurricane could knock parts of a house off, and so on. Insurance companies recognize that the removal of debris can represent a financial burden, not to mention the cost of the repairs to the property. Thus, debris removal is often included in property insurance policies for covered perils.


How Well Do You Know Your Life Insurance?

The more you know about life insurance, the better prepared you are to find the best coverage for you.

Whether you're just starting to look into life insurance coverage or you've carried a policy for years, there's always something to learn.

Share this: