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Bucks County Best of 2020 Nominee!

Property Adjustment Corporation is proud to announce that we have been nominated for a Bucks Happening Magazine’s “Bucks County Best of 2020” award as one of the area’s Best Public Adjusters! At Property Adjustment Corporation, our philosophy is simple – we promise a timely response, professional service, and guarantee the highest settlement possible. We achieve … Continue reading Bucks County Best of 2020 Nominee!

Why Who You Call After a House Fire Matters

Two Phone Calls, 10 Days: Why Who You Call After a House Fire Matters Several weeks ago, Rosalli Shah, an anesthesiologist at St. Mary’s Hospital in Bucks County, PA, had her home destroyed by fire.  Tragic.  The day after the fire she made two phone calls; one to her insurance company and the other to … Continue reading Why Who You Call After a House Fire Matters

Summer Safety Tips for Grilling and Fire Pits

Summer’s here and the time is right for grilling and fire pits.  But don’t ruin a perfect summer evening with an avoidable accident or trip to the ER.  Here are some safety tips that will keep your summers low-key and enjoyable, just like they ought to be. The Grill According to the National Fire Protection … Continue reading Summer Safety Tips for Grilling and Fire Pits

Get to Know Your Homeowner’s Insurance

Do you really know what’s in your Homeowner’s Insurance?  Most people assume that all policies are basically the same, but they can vary, depending on policy and company. It is important for you to understand what your policy covers before your house suffers winter damage and you file an insurance claim. There are several types … Continue reading Get to Know Your Homeowner’s Insurance

Holidays 2019: Blow Them Out, Turn Them Off

The winter holidays are quickly approaching and many of you may already be busy decorating and preparing to celebrate with family and friends. But before you light the Menorah, Kinara, or Advent wreath, remember that more than a third of home decoration fires are started by candles and 42% of decoration fires happen because decorations … Continue reading Holidays 2019: Blow Them Out, Turn Them Off

Tips to Stay Safe During a Hurricane

Hurricane season has just started, so now is a good time to point out what you should do if one is headed your way.  Here are the Top 15 things to consider before a storm hits. Restock your emergency preparedness kit. Include food and water sufficient for at least three days, medications, a flashlight, batteries, … Continue reading Tips to Stay Safe During a Hurricane

6 Great Tips to Keep Pipes From Freezing!

Cold temperatures can cause pipes to freeze. Many landlords are afraid they will get this call from a tenant during the winter months. There are, however, steps you can take to prevent this problem. Learn six tips to keep the pipes on your property from freezing. The Facts About Frozen Pipes Only A Cold Climate Problem? … Continue reading 6 Great Tips to Keep Pipes From Freezing!

Holiday Safety Tips!

  Christmas trees Pick out a freshly cut Christmas tree – one that is too dry can easily catch fire. Trim at least one inch from the bottom of the tree; this will increase the tree’s ability to absorb water. Live trees need a lot of water so check the water level and refill often. … Continue reading Holiday Safety Tips!

The great holiday of Thanksgiving may bring everyone together, but it also comes with its unique risks.

Thanksgiving is a time in which we reflect on all that we have as Americans and give thanks to it all. It’s a time where we get together with our loved ones, cook delicious meals, and enjoy an excellent weekend together. But aside from getting caught in your aunt’s rambling or listening to your old … Continue reading The great holiday of Thanksgiving may bring everyone together, but it also comes with its unique risks.

16 Ways to have a safer Halloween

16 Ways to Have a Safer Halloween There’s something scarier about Halloween than the costumes: It’s the scariest day for child pedestrian accidents. That was a key finding from a 2012 study by State Farm® and Bert Sperling of Sperling’s BestPlaces that shed light on the risks surrounding trick-or-treating. To help make Halloween activities safer, whether you’re … Continue reading 16 Ways to have a safer Halloween