DID YOU KNOW
Here you can find information on many things that you may or may not already know
Did you know … Posted 1/1
That an insurance carrier cannot mandate who is used on repairs, services for dry downs and or fire or water restoration? It’s true, the Department of Insurance (DOI) laws state that “No insurer shall require that the insured have the property repaired by a specific individual or entity unless: The referral is expressly requested by the claimant or: The claimant has been informed in writing of the right to select a repair individual and if the claimant accepts the suggestion or recommendation.
Did you know … Posted 2/5
That we all live with mold spores surrounding us every day? This is true. Human beings have lived surrounded by mold spores since the dawn of time. We have only become more publicly aware of mold since water leaks have become so prevalent and the media has run with it. Mold becomes a bigger enemy once activated by a moisture source.
Did you know … Posted 3/10
That lead-based paint in a home undisturbed does not necessarily harm you? Fact, lead based paint sitting on a window sill cracking or becoming weathered will not harm us. However ingesting eating or making a meal out of lead-based paint chips will definitely harm anyone eating them. The fact that the media left out the ingestion phase of the harm makes the worry laughable. Better it be known that if you or anyone is ingesting lead chips…there is a bigger problem going on than the lead based paint chips on the window sill.
Did you know … Posted 4/8
One of the most common sources of water damage claims is supply lines leaks or sudden bursts? Most simple water claims could be avoided by keeping a close eye on supply lines to refrigerator ice makers, toilet tanks, dishwashers, and even common household sinks.
Did you know … Posted 5/12
That on an insurance claim, there are two types of depreciations? It’s true; “Recoverable” and “Non-Recoverable”. The great part is “Recoverable” means just that: you can recover it. How? Simply prove the work is complete, ask the insurance carrier for the money. Just think about all the “un-asked-for” Recoverable depreciation dollars!