Blind Insurance

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  1. chipterp

    chipterp PMA Member

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    Anyone out there have insurance on their blinds? We have quite a few rednecks and over the years they have gotten some minor hail in them that’s easily patched but if we ever got hit hard down at the farms I don’t know what we’d do
     
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    I tried insuring mine a few years ago after a tornado destroyed a bunch of my neighbors but my insurance company wouldn’t do it because they were on towers.
     
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    I would call Redneck and ask them if they know of any companies that will insure their product. If there is a company out there I bet they know about it.
     
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    We list ours on our farm policy through American Family.

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    I just put a 360 Shootin house. Asked the same question. They would not. 360 is sweet btw. My first one.
     
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    I have my blinds insured through North Star Mutual (which I think is available in Iowa). Progressive, not sure, I should check, since I sell insurance;)
     
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    We are finding the same thing that nobody wants to insure. Anyone have any opinions on the stump 4 blinds. Good things and bad ? We wouldn’t have to worry near as much about hail with them.
     
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    We have 3 stump 4 blinds and love them. Give me a call if want more info. Hate typing on my phone. Been try to get Shane to take us all out again. Need a night out.
     
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    I've been selling Stump blinds for around 10yrs. They are tough extremely durable. I've seen blinds blow over and tumble across fields. Usually replace a few windows and they're good to go.
     
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    We have 4 different versions of the Stump 4 blinds on hand here. They are definitely super tough and durable.
    I've sold MANY different brands of blinds over the years and these are by-far the best plus they have a great warranty and far superior customer service - a winner in all regards.
     
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    Half price due to Coronavirus??
     
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    Always give good deals to IW members

    They are already Selling like crazy due to Covid19 - what's a better way to social distance than to go out and sit in your blind?

    We're working on our 4th Semi-load this spring already
     
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