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If the power failure, caused by a covered peril, occurs on the insured’s premises, then the food spoilage is covered.

Yes, but subject to the $1,000.00 limit – unless increased to $2,000, $3000 or $5,000, by endorsement.

No. Up to $2,000.00 is covered toward the insured’s share of a loss caused by a covered loss that causes direct damage to the property owned by all members collectively.

No. The payment of Reasonable Repairs to protect the covered property from further damage is covered, but this payment does not increase the policy limits which apply to the covered property.

If the power failure, caused by a covered peril, occurs on the insured’s premises, then the food spoilage is covered.

Yes, but subject to the $1,000.00 limit – unless increased to $2,000, $3000 or $5,000, by endorsement.

No. Up to $2,000.00 is covered toward the insured’s share of a loss caused by a covered loss that causes direct damage to the property owned by all members collectively.

No. The payment of Reasonable Repairs to protect the covered property from further damage is covered, but this payment does not increase the policy limits which apply to the covered property.

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