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Insurance Housing in Maryland

by interimhomes on February 4, 2014

It is the time of year where Mother Nature can be at her worst. Frozen pipes, downed wires, trees falling, all of these can be dangerous to your home.

With this being one of our coldest winters in many years, Interim Homes wants to make sure you are armed with tips to keep your home safe. We found a few tips from The Weather Channel that we found useful. For instance, it is important that during heavy snow to be aware of blowing snow accumulating on your roof, in your window wells, and in outside stairwells. Not only could the weight cause a roof collapse, but once the snow melts, it is possible to experience flooding. It is also important to be aware of active water pipes inside and outside of your home. The Weather Channel suggests ensuring that pipes are surrounded by proper insulation and are not exposed to cold air. It is important to keep in mind the pipes that are not readily accessible, like ones in attics or crawlspaces, or even pipes near cable or telephone wires that enter the house through holes drilled in from the outside.

Whether it be a fire, a flood, or roof collapse, Interim Homes is well-equipped to help you each step of the way in the event of a disaster. While Interim Homes is a premier provider of corporate housing to leading corporations in placement of employees, we are no stranger to insurance loss claims and temporary housing for disaster victims. We understand that normal living is disrupted and you and your family are displaced. That’s why Interim Homes works quickly to find the right temporary home in the right place. We understand neighborhoods, school districts, and commuting patterns where you want to live. We offer turnkey insurance housing options to meet your specific needs – and we are there every step of the way to work with you and your insurance adjuster from move-in to move-out.