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What is Dwelling Coverage?

Dwelling Coverage

[dwel-ing / kuhv-er-ij]

noun

1.

Dwelling Coverage is the portion of a Homeowner’s Insurance Policy that covers the physical structure of the insured home. It is the portion of the Policy that may help rebuild the structure of a home if it is damaged.

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