No Time Like the Present

The 2009 wildfire season in California has gotten off to an early raging start. If you live in an area at high risk for fire (or any natural disaster), we strongly urge you to create an inventory of your home’s contents as a precaution. The photo on the right shows just how much you’ll wish you had pre-inventoried the contents of your home if your property is ever destroyed or severely damaged.

Take advantage of UP’s free tools:

If you can’t find the time or energy to create a detailed home inventory, walk around your home with a video camera, narrating as you go, then store the tape at work or outside your home in a secure location.  Or,  pay an inventory specialist or professional organizer to do it for you.  Visit the Find Help section on UP’s website or do an Internet search for “home inventory service.”  Inventory professionals charge by the hour or by the project.  Some will store your data for you, others will give you a binder or disk to store yourself.

The information presented in this publication is for general informational purposes and is not a substitute for legal advice. If you have a specific legal issue or problem, United Policyholders recommends that you consult with an attorney. Guidance on hiring professional help can be found in the “Find Help” section of United Policyholders does not sell insurance or certify, endorse or warrant any of the insurance products, vendors, or professionals identified on our website.

Date: May 26, 2024