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    Hi..
    I purchased a GE water dispenser that leaked and caused water damage to about 10 sq ft of the hardwood floors in the apartment I am renting.

    I can take pics of the damage, but the dispenser was thrown away.
    My wife can vouch for how the damage occurred.


    How can I cover the damages that I might get charged for once I move out?
    How can I cover the lost quality of living in my apt with the damaged hardwood floor
    which now is slightly raised in the area where the damage occurred.

    Thanks for any pointers..!
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    Quote Originally Posted by arbbuyer View Post
    Hi..
    I purchased a GE water dispenser that leaked and caused water damage to about 10 sq ft of the hardwood floors in the apartment I am renting.

    I can take pics of the damage, but the dispenser was thrown away.
    My wife can vouch for how the damage occurred.


    How can I cover the damages that I might get charged for once I move out?
    ...take out wallet,
    ...take money out of wallet,
    give money to landloard.

    How can I cover the lost quality of living in my apt with the damaged hardwood floorwhich now is slightly raised in the area where the damage occurred.
    I would recommend professional counseling...
    ...Or an area rug.

    Thanks for any pointers..!

    Pointers ?
    Ok, hereís one or two 'pointers'..
    1. Next time, donít throw out the water dispenser,
    that was your ONLY evidence to support your claim.
    Your wifeís word and pictures of a large water spot on a hardwood floor wonít amount to squat with the landlord.
    2. Face the fact, that unless you have renters insurance,
    you may have just bought yourself a floor

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    ~ I deplore stupidity,
    Iím happy to admit to mine,
    and even happier when I can point out yours.
    Last edited by drruthless; 10-26-2010 at 04:30 AM.

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    Just found this thread after doing some searching regarding renters insurance. How stupid can a person really be? That is what this thread makes me think. Sorry for bumping a year old thread, but seriously people...

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    tempguy, once again, please do not reply to old threads.

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