Wildfire season is heating up right now. Literally, there are fires blazing all over the west coast and preparing for these unexpected situations can be very challenging. Asking yourself the question, what can I do to prepare is important to understand how to react quickly. Read More
The T’s are taking over April. Taxes and tornadoes are present during this month and tornadoes have a potential to exist from now until October depending on where you live in the country. These two types of activities are generally not that fun, but with both you can prepare yourself Read More
There are a lot of reasons to create a home inventory. From natural disaster risk, burglary, house fires, maintenance damage to your home and a vast amount of other reasons. One user, Natalie Gallagher, realized that National Preparedness Month was a great time for her to get her home organized. She recognized for that “just in the case” situation an inventory was a good thing. Natalie uses HomeZada’s home inventory functionality because of it’s ease of use and time saving features. She also Read More
College is around the corner and students are getting their gear ready to live on or off campus in their own dorm rooms or apartments. Often students decide together what they will bring as a roommate and parents are often securing the mini frig’s, the televisions, bikes, computers, microwaves, bed linens and more. These items can be expensive and often are not necessarily covered under a parent’s homeowners insurance. Documenting these items by taking an inventory of the items will help recover anything if it has been stolen or damaged while your child is away at college. Read More
We are excited to announce the launch of our new national Home Preparedness initiative empowering homeowners to protect their homes and families against the unexpected. With an average of 25 natural disasters and catastrophes per year in the US alone, we see a definite need to help Americans across the country get prepared before it’s too late. To take action now!
Natural disasters throughout the US can take their toll with an average of $30 billion in property damage every year. Over 88% of all catastrophic loss in the US has been due to natural disasters that were unexpected like hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding, earthquakes and wildfires. According to a recent survey conducted by Harris Poll, 49% of Americans across the country do not feel prepared for the aftermath of such disasters. Now is the time to get prepared. Read More