FAQ About Fire Damage Claims

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When calamity hits, our mission at AdjustPro Solutions is to assist you. We’ll come to you and assess your property damage as well as your insurance details. We’ll help you report your loss to your insurance carrier correctly. After that, we’ll generate an estimate for your insurance company and negotiate with your adjuster to secure you the best possible compensation.

AdjustPro Solutions has a long history of dealing with property damage claims.

Every day families see the horrors that a fire may bring, but they never imagine it would happen to them. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the true nature of fire and the damage it may cause. Every year, more than 4,000 people die and 20,000 others are injured in fires in the United States. Less and less occurrences would occur if more individuals were informed of how to prevent fires.

There are a few simple facts that homeowners should be aware of in order to prevent fire deaths, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

Fire is scorching! 

Flames are less harmful than heat from a fire. Temperatures in a room can range from 100 degrees at the floor to 600 degrees at eye level when a fire occurs. Individuals can die from the heat alone. Inhaling something this hot can cause lung damage. It can even cause your garments to melt against your skin. When a fire breaks out in a room, everything can ignite at the same time in less than 5 minutes, which is known as a flash over.

Fire moves quickly! 

When a fire starts, there isn’t much time to act…

The majority of fires occur in houses when people are sleeping. If you wake up to a fire, you just have a few minutes to save your possessions since fire spreads swiftly and the smoke is heavy. A little flame can quickly go out of control and turn into a big conflagration in less than 30 seconds. You only have a limited amount of time to flee!

Fire is dark! 

Fire appears as a bright light at first, but quickly transforms into black smoke and complete darkness. You may be dazzled, bewildered, and unable to find your way around your own home if you wake up to a fire due to the severe darkness.

Fire is lethal! 

We all require oxygen to breathe, but when a fire breaks out, it consumes all of the oxygen available, resulting in lethal smoke and poisonous fumes. Because the vapors are colorless and odorless, they can put you to sleep before the flames ever approach close to your door, preventing you from waking up in time to flee.

Remember that time is not on your side in the event of a fire, and every second matters. Make a point of evacuating your home first, then calling for assistance. Make a fire evacuation plan for your home that includes meeting outdoors. Make sure that each member of your family knows two methods to get out in case of a fire. Also, try practicing with your family and remember to crawl low beneath the smoke and cover your mouth. Finally, make sure your home fire alarm is operational and that you test it on a regular basis. You’ll have a better chance of surviving a fire if you do this!

In the event of fire damage to your home or property, the experts at AdjustPro Solutions will ensure you have a detailed report to provide to your insurance company so you can maximize your claim. Call us today at 480-613-9847 or submit the form on our website to get started! 

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