Temporary Housing

When you’re in need of temporary housing for long periods of time after a fire, there is a possibility of your homeowner or renter insurance covering some or all your costs. … These expenses could include things like temporary housing, laundry costs, and some meal costs, gas and electrical and or water and housing your pets/dogs and gas for your vehicles. These amenities are listed on your policy and or your insurance agent should be able to assist in what your deck sheet reads out.

  • Emergency assistance on day or night of fire
  • Long-term lease with furnishings during restoration
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Questions?

Who helps people after a fire?

A: Red Cross. The first agency you need to know is the American Red Cross. This is a private company that is funded through charitable donations. Its mission is to provide assistance when disaster strikes – whether that is a large natural disaster like a tornado or earthquake or a single-family house fire.

How long does Red Cross help after a fire?

A: The American Red Cross Northern California Coastal Region provides 24-hour emergency assistance to people affected by fires, floods and other disasters.

What does the Red Cross give you after a fire?

A: The Red Cross provides immediate disaster relief including temporary shelter, food, water, hygiene items and emotional support.

How do you deal with insurance after a house fire?
  1. Ask for an advance against your fire insurance claim you will have allocated funds through your personal property contents in getting your personal things together for your family advancements are usually $5,000- $10,000.00 based on the size of the family and policy.
  2. Make a list of everything you’ve lost and don’t throw anything away.
  3. Hire a professional mitigation specialist who’s working to get you back whole through your policy provisions.
  4. File your claim right away and press the insurance company to act ASAP.