Happy to have gotten insurance

I found out not that long ago that my homeowner’s insurance absolutely covers bee infestations.

This was superb news to me, since I had no money to deal with our most recent problem… It seems enjoyable when you’re a homeowner, there’s regularly something going not right, and first our washer broke down and then a couple of weeks later, the belt on our dryer tore up.

After that, all of us had to fix a burst pipe in our basement and then a week after that, all of us started to notice a whole bunch of bees in our study room window. At first, I thought that it was just an isolated incident. The bees looked similar to the red sweaters to myself and others and so I just tomatoes them with a fly swatter and threw them in the trash, but then the very next day, there were more than four more bees in the windowsill, buzzing around and trying to get out. That’s when I knew that these bees were getting into the house from somewhere. I called up a residential bee extermination business that I found on the internet. They were a nearby company, thank goodness, and so I didn’t have to spend money a ton to get them to come out and do a housecall. They figured out that all of us absolutely had a large red sweater nest in the wall of our garage between the garage and the study room. Somehow they had made their way through the interior wall and they were getting into the study room by doing just that. I was so blissful that the exterminators came and got rid of the red sweater concern for either of us. Nobody wants bees in their house! Best of all, the insurance company paid for the extermination.

 

 

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