Breaking down CoreLogic’s annual summary of natural hazards.
April 12, 2017
In late January, CoreLogic released its annual Natural Hazard Risk Summary and Analysis. According to their research, 2016 had “average or below-average activity for most U.S. natural hazards with the exception of flood and wind, both of which saw above-average activity, due in large part to Hurricane Matthew.”
Hammer Restoration can design the specific modifications required to make a home fully accessible for its owners to continue their daily activities with ease and self-confidence, and prevent relocation.
In May 2016, the massive Fort McMurray wildfire that forced more than 80,000 people from their homes was dubbed the costliest disaster for insurers in Canadian history. With tens of thousands of personal, commercial and auto claims, the devastation took months to document and the re-build will be underway for some time to come.
To demolish, or not to demolish, that is the question. In a nod to William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and perhaps one of the most popular lines in English literature, we are constantly faced with this issue in our industry.