Through the use of high resolution video, photography, scanned documents, and extensive documentation of each asset’s descriptive information; we provide our customers with an extra layer of protection in the event of theft, fire, flood, or other natural disaster.
Our Customers span a broad and diverse spectrum, to include – Homeowners, Renters, Municipalities, Business Owners, Property Managers, Estate Planning Professionals, Insurance Companies, and more.
Despite the recommendations of Financial Planners and Insurance Professionals, many people just don’t have the time or patience to take a proper inventory of their valuables and belongings. That’s where we come in!
Whether it’s Personal Claims Protection you are seeking, Asset Protection tied to a legal matter or life change event, or Business Inventory Solutions – we’re here to help.
Warehouses, Shops, & Offices
Primary & Vacation Homes
Mobile Homes & RV’s
Estate & Trust Planning
Divorce / Equitable Distributions
Moving (Pre/Post Inspections)
A home inventory is especially important for insurance purposes. When you make an insurance claim for damaged, lost, or stolen property, your policy will require you to show the quantity, description, serial #’s and model #’s (when applicable) and the estimated replacement cost OR actual cash value (depending on the type of policy you have). You’ll also be asked to provide copies of bills, receipts, or other documentation to support your claim. If you omit some items or fail to include an adequate description of others, you may receive less than full compensation for your losses. Relying solely on your memory can be an expensive mistake. As an exercise, try to name every item in your kitchen junk drawer, and then imagine having to do that for your entire house!
For your own peace of mind. Visualize trying to create an inventory from memory while mourning the loss of your home or business and everything you worked so hard to acquire. This is an overwhelming and impossible task that could cause long delays in settling your claim.
As many unfortunate homeowners and business owners have learned after experiencing a loss, the amount of coverage for personal property shown on an insurance policy is an “allowable maximum” pay-out. So regardless of premiums paid or level of coverage – to receive maximum reimbursement from most insurance companies for losses, homeowners/business owners must provide “proof of ownership” for each and every item they claim was destroyed.
Furniture – Appliances – Designer Rugs – Clothing – Firearms – Drapes – Blinds
Computer Equipment – Television sets – Entertainment Systems – Musical Instruments
Jewelry – Artwork – Antiques – Collectors Items – Clocks
Mirrors – Rugs – Lawnmowers – Sports Equipment
Tools – Linens – Pantry Items
Thanks for the update. I look forward to reviewing it. You guys were great and very professional. We will definitely be using your services in the future.
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I just wanted to let you know that my client was very happy with the work you did. He was extremely pleased with the condition in which you/your staff left his storage units; was truly amazed and so appreciative. Thank you so much!
Providing Protection & Peace of Mind to homeowners, renters, and business owners throughout the U.S. and abroad. We are BONDED and INSURED. To learn more call 954-818-0794 or Contact Us to send us an email.
Providing PROTECTION and PEACE OF MIND to Homeowner’s, Renters, Business Owners and Municipalities throughout the U.S. We are BONDED and INSURED. To learn more call us anytime @ (954) 818-0794 or send us an email. JUST DON’T PROCASTINATE! Tomorrow could prove too late. Contact Us TODAY! We look forward to hearing from you.