Home Inventory - California Department of Insurance - State of California

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Home Inventory Guide

California Department of Insurance

Home Inventory Guide



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Table of Contents Page

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inventory Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Homeowner’s Bill of Rights . . . . . . . Insurance Coverage . . . . . . . . . . . . . Structure or Dwelling Coverage . . . . Living Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dining Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kitchen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Master Bedroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Master Bathroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bedroom No. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bedroom No. 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bedroom No. 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bathroom No. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bathroom No. 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bathroom No. 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Office/Library/Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . Den or Loft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Linen Closet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jewelry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Collectibles/Fine Arts/Antiques . . . . Garage/Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outdoor Equipment & Items . . . . . . Computer Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . Sporting Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous Items . . . . . . . . . . . . Summary of Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Talk to the Department of Insurance Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Storage Envelope . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Introduction Listing all your possessions in the event of a disaster such as fire, an earthquake or burglary can be difficult. The emotions experienced after a loss may present a big challenge when you try to remember all of your personal possessions. Natural Disasters can strike anywhere at anytime. It is very important to take inventory of your personal property before you have a loss. A complete household inventory can help you establish: •

A record of the contents of your home and their value.



A record of serial numbers of your electronic goods and appliances.

• An indication of whether or not your insurance coverage is adequate. This booklet is strictly intended as a guide to aide and assist you in documenting your possessions. Each home is unique in it’s structure. Therefore, it may be necessary for you to copy certain pages or add additional sheets to complete your inventory. Please feel free to copy any page you may need. A home inventory should be completed to keep track of your belongings and valuable items. A home inventory guide is available to all consumers through the Department of Insurance by calling us at 800-927-4357 or visit our website at www.insurance.ca.gov and download the Home Inventory Guide.

Inventory Tips In addition, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has launched an app for your iPhone® or Android phone which allows users to create a home inventory of your possessions. The free app lets you quickly photograph and capture images, descriptions and serial numbers, and stores the information electronically for safekeeping. The app organizes everything by room and category, and creates a back-up file for e-mail sharing. Photographs of household goods are especially helpful when an item is hard to describe on paper, or if a purchase receipt cannot be obtained. Each photograph should be labeled with date stamps and any additional pertinent information. You can get further information by visiting the NAIC website. We recommend the following tips: 1. 2. 3.

Walk around with a video camera, video every drawer and commentary about each item, email to someone offsite; or Use the NAIC myHOME Scr.APP.book app which is available through iTunes for iPhone® and the Android Marketplace; or Use this Department of Insurance paper version which provides insurance information and tips.

A copy of the inventory and supporting documentation, such as receipts and model numbers, should be stored in a safe place, such as a safe-deposit box, work office, or a relative’s house. These records should also include financial documents such as insurance policies and mortgage information. Home inventories should be updated at least three times per year, and your insurance company should be notified of new purchases so that you are adequately insured for the entire amount of your belongings.

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Need For Documentation We recommend that you document all the personal property in your residence. Please use this booklet as a guide. While the pages of the booklet may include the main sections of your home many other areas may not be indicated. Do not forget the other areas such as extra closets, pantries, basements, attic, etc. Go through each room; write down and take photos or videos of everything in the room. If you take videos, the video should include copies of receipts (if available) next to the item and also clearly show the serial number (if applicable). If video is used remember to date stamp all documents; the date of the recording. We encourage you to have a friend or family member operate the video while you narrate in a slow and clearly audible tone.

Storage Of Inventory Guide Storage of your Home Inventory Guide is essential. We recommend that you keep an updated copy of the document in hard copy or electronic storage devise (such as an external drive or flash drive) in at least two of the following places: • Fire resistant box in your home, i.e., a safe. • At your place of employment in a locked cabinet. • With a family member, close friend or relative. • With your accountant and/or lawyer. • Safety deposit box.

Remember it is important to store copies of your inventory in a safe place away from your home.

Updating your Inventory Guide Updating your Home Inventory Guide is very important. Major purchases such as flat screen televisions and refrigerators should be included in this guide at your earliest convenience after the purchase. We suggest you review and update your Home Inventory Guide three of four times a year (such as at the beginning of each season) to keep the document current. Once you have completed your updates, check with your agent or insurance company to determine if your coverage is adequate or if additional coverage is needed.

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Homeowner’s Bill of Rights The largest single investment most consumers make is their home and related property. In order to best protect these assets, it is wise for consumers to understand the homeowner’s insurance market. Consumers should consider the following: Read your policy carefully and understand the coverage and limits provided. Homeowners insurance policies contain sub limits for various coverages such as personal property, debris removal, additional living expenses, detached fences, garages, etc. •

Keep accurate records of renovations and improvements to the structure of your home, as it could affect your need to increase your coverage.



Maintaining a list of all personal property, pictures, and video equipment may help in case of a loss. The list should be stored away from your home.

• Comparison shop for insurance, as not all policies are the same and coverages and prices vary. •

Take time to determine the cost to rebuild or replace your property in today’s market. You can seek an independent evaluation of this cost.

• You may select a licensed contractor or vendor to repair, replace, or rebuild damaged property covered by the insurance policy. • An agent or insurance company may help you establish policy limits that are adequate to rebuild your home. • Once the policy is in force, contact your agent or insurance company immediately if you believe your policy limits may be inadequate. A Consumer is entitled to receive information regarding homeowner’s insurance. The following is a limited overview of information that your insurance company can provide: • The California Residential Property Insurance Disclosure. • An explanation of how your policy limits were established. • The insurance company’s customer service telephone number for underwriting, rating and claims inquiries. • An explanation for any cancellation or non-renewal of your policy. • A copy of your policy. • The toll-free telephone number and internet address (URL) for reporting complaints and concerns about homeowner’s insurance issues to CDI’s consumer services unit. • In the event of a claim, an itemized, written scope of loss report prepared by the insurer or its adjuster within a reasonable time period. • In the event of a claim, notification of a consumer’s rights with respect to the appraisal process for resolving claims disputes. • In the event of a claim, a copy of the Fair Claims Practices Regulations. The information provided herein is not all-inclusive and does not negate or preempt existing California law. If you have any concerns or questions, the officers at our Consumer Hotline are here to help you. Please call us at 800-927-4357 or visit our website at www.insurance.ca.gov.

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Insurance Coverages Attach Here

Please attach a photo copy of your current Homeowner’s declarations page(s).

Homeowner’s Policy Information Name Insured:

_______________________________

Insurance Company: _______________________________ Insurance Company’s phone number: ___________________ Policy Number:

_______________________________

Agent’s Name:

_______________________________

Agent’s Phone number: ______________________________

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Structure Or Dwelling Coverage Along with documenting the personal property within your home, the accurate coverage of your residence itself is a very important aspect of homeowner’s insurance. The replacement cost of your home is based upon its square footage multiplied by the cost per square foot to rebuild your structure. The quality of construction and your home’s refinements should also be considered. Unless you are willing to take a loss, the dwelling or structure limit should be the amount it would cost to replace the house. Most insurers have in-house formulas which they use to evaluate the replacement cost of your home. However, you may find these formulas are not necessarily consistent.

READ YOUR POLICY CAREFULLY If you do not understand any part of your policy or have questions about what it covers, contact your insurance agent or company. The cost to rebuild your home may be very different from the market value of your home since reconstruction is based primarily on the cost of labor and materials. Many factors can affect the cost to rebuild your home, including the size of your home, the type of construction, and any unique features. Because of the variability, your independent agent should be able to assist you in establishing an appropriate limit to rebuild your home. You may also wish to contact a local building contractor in order to determine the current cost to rebuild your home per square foot. If this information greatly differs from your insurer’s determination, be sure to have the contractor reflect his computations in writing, preferably under his business letterhead. Lastly, it is important for you to periodically assess and, if necessary, update your insurance limits in order to maintain an appropriate limit that reflects current construction costs. Find out from your agent or insurer if your homeowner’s insurance coverage limits are automatically reviewed or increased each year. Remember, ultimately it is your responsibility to make sure you are adequately insured.

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Living Room Items

Specific

Brand Name/Model

Date Purchased

Purchased Price

Furniture Chairs

How many

Coffee tables

How many

End tables

How many Shape

Lamps

How many Size

Love seat Curio cabinet

Type

Other tables Paintings Pictures Piano Sofas

How many

Tapestries

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Living Room continued Fireplace

Brand Name or Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Description/Square feet/etc.

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Brand Name/Model/Serial #

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Brand Name/Model/Serial #

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Check Type

Brick Built-in Free standing Portable Steel Tile Other

Flooring Check Type

Area rugs Carpeted Hardwood Laminate Marble Other

Television Check Type

Flat screen Regular screen Other type

Stereo Equipment Check Type

Speakers CD/DVD player DVR Cable box Power strips Surround Sound

Other

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Brand Name or Description



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Living Room continued Window Treatments Check Type

Drapes Blinds Shutters Shades Other

Additional Items

Style and Description Height

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Width

Number of windows

Description/Square feet/etc.

Notes

Living Room Totals $

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Dining Room Table

Style

Brand Name or Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Check Type Dimension:

Square Round Rectangular Oval Other

Width ____________ Length ___________

Chairs

Style

Description

Specific

Brand Name/Model

Date Purchased Purchase Price

No. of chairs

Lamps No. of lamps Check Type

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Describe Lampshades

Floor Table top Other type

Silverware

Specific

Brand Name/Model

Service for how many ______ Sterling Silver Silver plate Other

Additional Dining Room Items China cabinet

Dimension

Buffet/Server

Dinnerware Service for ______ China Correll Other Drapes Shades Chandelier Wall hanging

Dining Room Totals

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$

Kitchen Stove/Range

Style

Stove/Range Check Type

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Dimension:

Free standing Built-in Counter top Other

Refrigerator

Brand Name/Model/Serial #

Width____________ Length __________

Style

Brand Name/Model/Serial #

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Dishwasher

Specific

Brand Name/Model/Serial #

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Oven

Specific

Brand Name/Model/Serial #

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Check Type Side by Side French Door Drawer Bottom Regular Other

No. of ovens______ Included on stove Built-in

Additional Kitchen Items Microwave Free standing Built-in Cutlery/utensils Crystal Wall hangings Ceiling fans Window treatments Curtains Blinds Shades Shutters Eating utensils Mixer/Blender Telephones

Other

Specific

Brand Name/Model/Serial #

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Kitchen continued Cookbooks

How Many

Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Pantry Items

How Many

Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Spices

Specific

Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Pots & Pans

Specific

Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Canisters

Kitchen Totals $

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Master Bedroom Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Furniture Armoire Bed frame

Size

Chairs

How many

Chest of drawers Dresser Fan (ceiling) free standing Bedside tables

How many

Lamps

How many Size

Ottoman

Size

Paintings Pictures Safe Sofa

How many

Tapestries Wall mirrors

Shape

Other

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Master Bedroom continued Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Electronics Television

VCR

Playstation/Xbox/etc.

Surround system

Other Bedroom Items Area rug/Carpet/etc.

Window coverings Drapes Shades Shutters Blinds Clock radio

Telephone

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Master Bedroom continued from previous page Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Closet Any built -in’s

Clothes

Shoes

Master Bedroom Totals

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Master Bathroom Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Electric Items Hair dryers

How many

Electric toothbrushes

How many

Electric razor

Date Purchased

Other Bathroom Items

Purchase Price

Hamper Soap dish Toothbrush holder Window treatments Pictures Bath mats Racks Wall mirrors

Type

Bath Tub

Shape Jacuzzi

Shower Sauna

Master Bathroom Totals

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$

Bedroom No. 2 Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Furniture Armoire Bed frame

Size

Chairs

How many

Chest of drawers Dresser Fan (ceiling) Bedside tables

How many

Lamps

How many Size

Ottoman

Size

Mirrors Pictures Window treatments Recliner

Bedroom No. 2 Totals



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Bedroom No. 3 Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Furniture Armoire Bed frame

Size

Chairs

How many

Chest of drawers

Dresser

Fan (ceiling)

Bedside tables

How many

Lamps

How many Size

Ottoman

Size

Mirror

Pictures

Window treatments

Bedroom No. 3 Totals

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$

Bedroom No. 4 Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Furniture Armoire Bed frame

Size

Chairs

How many

Chest of drawers

Dresser Fan (ceiling)

Bedside tables

How many

Lamps

How many Size

Ottoman

Size

Mirror

Pictures

Window treatments

Bedroom No. 4 Totals

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Bathroom No. 2 Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Bath mats Electric toothbrushes Flooring Hair dryers Hamper Razor Chairs Bath tub or combination

Shower curtains Soap dish Towels Pictures Window treatments Commode

Bathroom No. 2 Totals

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$

Bathroom No. 3 Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Bath mats Electric toothbrushes Flooring Hair dryer Hamper Razor Chairs Bath tub or combination

Shower curtains Soap dish Towels Pictures Window treatments Commode

Bathroom No. 3 Totals

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$

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Bathroom No. 4 Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Bath mats Electric toothbrushes Flooring Hair dryer Hamper Razor Chairs Bath tub or combination

Shower curtains Soap dish Towels Pictures Window treatments Commode

Bathroom No. 4 Totals

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$

Family Room Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Furniture Sofa End tables

How many

Coffee tables Loveseat Lamps

Electronics Surround system Gaming systems DVD player

Other Room Items Flooring Pictures/Paintings Window treatments Telephone Movies

Family Room Totals

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$

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Office/Library/Study Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Furniture Chairs

How many

Desk

How many

End tables

How many Shape

Lamps

How many Size

Book cases

File cabinets

Printer table

How many

Pictures

Other Items Window treatments Floor treatment Books Telephone Book shelves Other

Office/Library/Study Totals

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$

Den or Loft Items Furniture

Specific

Chairs

How many

Coffee table

How many

End tables

How many

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Shape Lamps

How many Size

Window treatments

Ceiling fan

Floor treatment

Built-in’s

Den or Loft

$

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Linen Closet Items

Color

Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Bedroom Linens

Table Linens

Bath Linens

Linen closet Totals

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$

Books Category

Series

Titles

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Book Totals $ 28

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Jewelry Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased

Purchase Price

Jewelry Totals $

Disclaimer Most insurance policies only provide a limited amount of coverage for jewelry, collectibles and fine arts. We encourage you to schedule your jewelry, collectibles and fine arts to make sure these items are adequately covered. Your insurer will in turn cover the scheduled items for their appraised value. Please contact your insurer or insurance agent to discuss scheduling these items.

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Collectibles, Fine Arts & Antiques Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Collectibles, Fine Arts & Antiques Totals

$

Disclaimer Most insurance policies only provide a limited amount of coverage for jewelry, collectibles and fine arts. We encourage you to schedule your jewelry, collectibles, Antiques and fine arts to make sure these items are adequately covered. Your insurer will in turn cover the scheduled items for their appraised value. Please contact your insurer or insurance agent to discuss scheduling these items.

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Garage/Workshop Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Tools Saws Drills

Other items Work bench

Ladders

Lawn mower

Edger

Blower

Cabinets

Garage/Workshop Totals Home Inventory Guide



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$

Outdoor Equipment Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Furniture Bench/Swings Storage units

Patio set BBQ grill

Umbrella or canopy

Pool/Spa equipment

Additional outdoor items

Outdoor Equipment Totals

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$

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Computer Equipment Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Monitor Computer tower/CPU

Keyboard

Mouse Scanner/copier Digital camera 2nd monitor

External drive

External modem

Speakers

Laptop

Digital camera

Computer Equipment Totals

$

Disclaimer Most insurance policies only provide a limited amount of coverage for computer equipment. We encourage you to schedule any computer equipment if it exceeds your policy limits to be certain these items are adequately covered. Your insurer will in turn cover the scheduled items. Please contact your insurer or insurance agent to discuss scheduling these items.

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Sporting Equipment Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Golf clubs Golf bags

Bowling balls

Bowling equipment

Bikes His Hers

Other gear

Sporting Equipment Totals

34

$

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Miscellaneous Items Items

Specific

Brand Name/Description

Date Purchased Purchase Price

Pet items Dog house Litter box

Miscellaneous Totals $

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Summary We hope this has proved to be more than an exercise for you. Your home and its furnishings are normally your greatest possessions. Taking stock of your real and personal property not only provides a measure to compare your insurance coverage by, it also allows an individual to gain a true perspective of what their possessions mean to them.

Summary of Items Totals from page(s)

Room or Category

8-10

Living Room

11

Dining Room

12-13

Kitchen

14-16

Master Bedroom

17

Master Bath

18

Bedroom No. 2

19

Bedroom No. 3

20

Bedroom No. 4

21

Bathroom No. 2

22

Bathroom No. 3

23

Bathroom No. 4

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Cost

Replacement cost at time of loss

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Summary of Items continued Total from page(s)

Room or Category

24

Family Room

25

Office/Library/Study

26

Den or Loft

27

Linen Closet

28

Books

29

Jewelry

30

Collectibles/Fine Arts/Antiques

31

Garage/Workshop

32

Outdoor Equipment

33

Computer Equipment

34

Sporting Equipment

35

Miscellaneous Items

Grand total as of date

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Cost

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Replacement cost at time of loss

$ _____________ $_______________

Notes

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Talk to the Department of Insurance We are the state agency that regulates the insurance industry. We also work to protect the rights of insurance consumers. Contact the California Department of Insurance (CDI):

• If you feel that an insurance agent, broker, or company has treated you unfairly.

• If you have questions or concerns about insurance. • If you want to order CDI brochures. • If you want to file a request for assistance against your agent, broker, or insurance company. • If you are having difficulty filing a claim with your insurance company. • To check the license of an agent, broker, or insurance company.

Call: Consumer Hotline 1-800-927-4357 TDD 1-800-482-4833 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday, except holidays Visit us on the Web at: www.insurance.ca.gov Write: California Department of Insurance 300 South Spring St., South Tower, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Visit us in person: 300 South Spring St., South Tower, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90013 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday, except holidays

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Index Items

Page

Items

Page

Bathroom no. 2

21

Insurance Coverages

6

Bathroom no. 3

22

Introduction

3

Bathroom no. 4

23

Inventory Tips

3

Bedroom no. 2

18

Jewelry

29

Bedroom no. 3

19

Kitchen

12

Bedroom no. 4

20

Linen Closet

27

Books

28

Living Room

8

Collectibles/Fine Arts/Antiques

30

Master Bathroom

17

Computer Equipment

33

Master Bedroom

14

Den or Loft

26

Miscellaneous Items

35

Dining Room

11

Notes

38

Office/Library/Study

25

Disclaimers: Collectibles/Fine Arts/Antiques

30

Outdoor Equipment

32

Computer Equipment

33

Sporting Equipment

34

Jewelry

29

Storage Envelope

Back

Family Room

24

Structure or Dwelling Coverage

Garage / Workshop

31

Summary of Items

36

Talk to the Department of Insurance

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Homeowner’s Bill of Rights

5

Homeowner’s Policy Information

6

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Storage Envelope Use this envelope to store other important items, such as documents, receipts, digital media (CD-ROMs, videotapes, video discs, DVDs, flash drives) and photos. Be sure to label each photo.

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The California Department of Insurance

Consumer Education and Outreach Bureau 300 South Spring Street, South Tower, Los Angeles, CA 90013 1-800-927-4357 (Consumer Hotline) 1-800-482-4833 (TDD) 1-877-401-9550 (Consumer Education & Outreach) www.insurance.ca.gov

This brochure is a project of the California Department of Insurance Form 408 / Home Inventory Guide August 2014 – OSP 28

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