If your home or business is damaged by flood, earthquake, fire, or vandalism, emergency services on board will prevent further damage and limit your liability until permanent repairs can be made.
If you call an ambulance, an inspector will inspect your property and make specific recommendations based on the nature of the damage. If the roof of the building is damaged, the 24-hour emergency window boarding service will provide an opening for the tarpaulin to prevent damage from rain and dirt in the building.
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How much does the board cost?
In an emergency, especially if you have to call the upload service outside of normal business hours, you can expect a premium. However, some unscrupulous inflight services will take advantage of this expectation.
Contact your insurance company before hiring an upload service. They may have a preferred contractor who will bill the insurance company directly so that the service may not cost you anything out of your pocket.
If your insurance company doesn't have a preferred provider, you can expect to pay anywhere from $35 to $50 per person per hour for emergency boarding services, depending on the actual circumstances of your project.
In an emergency, it can be tempting to hire the first emergency board-up service you find.