Glass Insurance

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Definition - What does Glass Insurance mean?

Glass insurance is insurance coverage for glass installations on property. It can provide compensation for losses incurred as the result of a damaged or completely broken piece of glass on a property. As glass is often a part of one's property in the form of windows and doors, glass insurance is commonly offered as a rider on other property insurance policies.

Insuranceopedia explains Glass Insurance

Glass insurance can be especially useful if a person's home or business contains many glass windows and doors or expensive types of glass. A single bad storm can do thousands of dollars of damage or more to property's glass parts. Thus, for those at a high risk, glass insurance may be a wise purchase to consider.

Besides coverage for buildings, there is also auto glass insurance. This insurance covers loss from damages or total destruction to windshields or other windows on a car.


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