Throughout the United States wildfires are an ever increasing threat to your personal and business property. At Stack Insurance we are prepared to evaluate your wildfire coverage needs.
Contact us today to discuss how we can help.
Advance planning and knowing how to protect buildings in these areas can lessen the devastation of a wildland fire. There are several safety precautions that you can take to reduce the risk of fire losses. Protecting your home from wildfire is your responsibility. To reduce the risk, you’ll need to consider the fire resistance of your home, the topography of your property and the nature of the vegetation close by.
Below are some FEMA guidelines and materials that can help you prepare in advance to protect your property from a wildfire.
Landslides occur when masses of rock, earth, mud or debris move down a slope typically activated by storms, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions,
fires, alternate freezing or thawing, and steepening of slopes by erosion or human modification.
This disaster can occur with little or no warning at avalanche speeds. Don’t discover you are unprotected after such an event. Let the professionals at Stack Insurance evaluate your insurance needs to protect all of your personal and business property.
Below are some FEMA guidelines and materials that can help you prepare for such a landslide.
- What to do before a landslide or debris flow
- What to do during a a landslide or debris flow
- What to do after a landslide or debris flow
- Landslide Hazards Program – Find research, monitoring, recent, archived, and state and local landslide information, advisories, learning tools, outreach, and prevention programs. (Source: U.S. Geological Survey)
At Stack Insurance we are prepared to evaluate your earthquake coverage needs. This natural disaster can be frightening and very destructive to your property so it is essential to get the right coverage. Contact our earthquake specialists help you protect your valuables today.
Below are some FEMA guidelines and materials that can help you prepare for such an event. of safety during an earthquake, identifying potential hazards ahead of time and advance planning can save lives and significantly reduce injuries and property damage.
The following information can be downloaded and printed.
Reducing the Risks of Nonstructural Earthquake Damage: A Practical Guide