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Hometelligent, Inc. Stands Ready
To Support Wildfire Rebuilding Efforts
For Those In Need

Like so many others, the Hometelligent team is heartbroken at the devastation we see from the wildfires impacting our state. The images of entire communities impacted by these fires are no less than overwhelming. Even in the midst of the devastation, however, people are already beginning to assess the damage and looking for a way to “get back to normal”. It is this spirit that we want to celebrate and support.

Hometelligent is proud to offer its services to neighboring communities for general contractor expertise for wildfire rebuilding needs. Ranging from residential to commercial construction projects, Hometelligent works to understand the construction requirements with each client in order to get back to recover. In the process we also seek to enhance their environments and optimize their space for ultimate enjoyment. Our family has been supporting the remodeling and construction needs of the greater Bay Area and Northern California more broadly since the 1980’s.

Hometelligent is committed to supporting your rebuilding efforts when you are ready!

How Do You Recover? Things To Consider

The effort required to recover from a natural disaster like a wildfire is obviously dictated by the impact upon your life and property. In such situations, however, few are spared from any impact at all and many must consider the process of wildfire rebuilding. That said, if you have suffered property loss – no matter how minor – there are good “rules of thumb” to follow. The following guidance was drawn from the FEMA document “After The Fire – Returning To Normal“.

  • If you are unsure where to turn initially, you should contact the American Red Cross or the Salvation Army – they can help with emergency housing, food and clothing.
  • In addition, contact your insurance agent/company.
  • Wildfire victims can also apply for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in person at local assistance centers, by calling 800-621-3362 or going online (www.disasterassistance.gov). When applying for assistance, be prepared to provide the following:
    • address of damaged dwelling or business with a description of the damage;
    • Social Security number;
    • information about your insurance coverage;
    • telephone number(s) and mailing address;
    • bank account and routing numbers for direct deposit of funds.
  • Another step is to contact your landlord or mortgage lender ASAP and let them know what happened. Also contact your credit card company to report credit cards that may have been lost in the fire and request replacements. Save all of your receipts for any money you spend. The receipts may be needed later by the insurance company. You will need the receipts to prove any losses claimed on your tax return.

Please follow the link above to the FEMA document for additional considerations.



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