You probably have had the recommendations by your insurance company to take a home inventory. They may have even sent you a form to fill out. But most of them are not asking you to leverage a technology platform where you can share the data with your insurance company to gain full coverage on your property and the contents in it.
Even your estate planner or attorney may be recommending an inventory of your personal property. This is because if you know what you have and want it dispersed in a particular way, then noting these details can make the lives of your family easier once you have passed on.
Many HomeZada customers have asked for a detailed print of a specific inventory item. The request is printing a detailed view of each inventory item that can be shared with insurance agents, estate planning attorney’s, or property managers.
When you hear the word “chandelier” what comes to mind?
While there are a lot of very expensive chandeliers available out there in the marketplace, you don’t have to spend a fortune to create a look that you love.
One of the best, most inexpensive options is to DIY a chandelier for your own home.
And the best thing?
At the time of this writing, many individuals across the globe are making lifestyle changes to combat the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
If you’re one of those people you’re probably spending a lot of time at home.
Why not take some time to do those projects you’ve been putting off such as taking a home inventory?
Hiring a moving service can be a great help when moving, especially if you’re moving a long distance, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that everything will go smoothly.
In an effort to save both time and money, moving companies will often combine the contents of several customers’ homes at one time so they can drop things off as they travel from one location to the next.