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Insurance and Commercial Fire

10/30/2017 (Permalink)

Insurance and Commercial Fire

It is always wise to have an inventory to provide to the insurance company. This stock should include everything that was affected as a result of smoke damage, fire damage and soot damage. Detail to the insurance provider what your suspicions of the fire are. That is, was it a case of an electrical fire, utility room fire, or accidental. You may also write a report on the level of fire suppression, and whether the firefighters used their fire hoses or other equipment to put out the fire. Commercial fire damage is more complicated than any other fire cases. As such, substantive details are required.

If you had a good fire sprinkler system, then the fire suppression will be successful, and you can get back to your regular life soon after the fire. The good thing about small fires is that a proper fire restoration process will ensure business as usual in no time if your insurance company cooperates. More intense fires usually take longer. Sometimes the building is written off altogether. However, you should not write it off before you call the commercial fire damage experts for an appraisal of what might be saved.

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