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Polar vortex could bring extreme cold and snow

Posted at Jan 13, 2021

Polar vortex may lead to property damageA polar vortex could be looming for portions of the Midwest and northeast.

Weather experts are saying that a cold air mass has split off near the north pole that could make temperatures plunge as it moves into North America.

Extreme cold, followed by the potential for snow and ice means property owners need to prepare for things like freezing pipes, ice build-up, an increase risk of fire, and the potential for your source of heat to become overworked.

You can take steps to protect your property from cold weather, and here at Sill, we encourage you to have a plan for recovery should you experience any type of property damage.

Sill is the leading public adjusting firm in the country, and we work for property owners who find themselves needing to file an insurance claim.

When you work with us, we can help you settle your claim for a much larger amount from your insurance company, and we can reach a settlement much faster.

Our team of licensed insurance experts can review your policy, inspect the property, document all damage to the building, your belongings, and if the property is a business, we may be able to help you recover any lost revenue due to weather damage.

Extreme cold, like what may occur as the polar vortex settles over your region may lead to frozen pipes. Water damage caused by ruptured supply lines could be covered by your insurance policy.

Our company has the experience to handle a claim like this, and we can get you on the road to recovery much sooner. If you suffer some type of property damage and plan to file an insurance claim you can contact Sill 24/7.


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Written by Sillco