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You might want to check your homeowner's insurance policy or talk to your agent. In most states your homeowner's insurance rates go up slightly if you have a pool to cover the additional liability risk. Also, insurance companies sometimes refuse to insure homes if the pool does not have adequate safety features to reduce liability risk.

Why? My agent already knows I have a pool. I reported it to her when it was built. I already said I told them about the pool. How many times do I have to report it?

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