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    renwoemoh is offline Junior Member
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    electric kiln

    I am considering putting an electric kiln in my basement. I live in Ohio. I am currently using State Farm Insurance. How will this impact my home owners insurance?
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    You'll have to ask State Farm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by renwoemoh View Post
    I am considering putting an electric kiln in my basement. I live in Ohio. I am currently using State Farm Insurance. How will this impact my home owners insurance?
    The other response was correct. They will either be okay with it or they won't be. If they're not, they'll nonrenew your policy. If it's professionally installed, they might be okay with it.
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    Aren't kilns fairly safe these days?

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