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Most apartments and vacation rentals will supply you with a move in/move out checklist. This is often the same checklist managers use when inspecting a unit post move out. Walk through your new home before moving furniture in and look for any damage to the interior and exterior. Take pictures with your smart phone and save them in a specific album on your phone so they’re easy to find. It’s a good idea to make note of any preexisting damages and report them to the landlord.

The home insurance industry is rapidly changing. New efforts toward damage prevention are becoming more and more important to both adjusters and policyholders. Strengthening homes minimizes the potential for damage and is the only way to decrease loss of property and life. In 2015 the federal government introduced the idea of the “Disaster Savings Account.”

Temporary Accommodations sees many causes of property damage, but fire accounts for a third of the claims we handle. Preventing a fire is much easier than fighting a fire, but you should be sure there are working fire extinguishers on every level of your home. A fire can take seconds to spread.

Yesterday was one of the hottest days of the summer, but TA can handle the heat! Thirty-two members of our staff participated in our hands-on fire safety training. Each of us learned a lot, and we're all better prepared to stop a fire before it spreads.

Housing is Healthcare; the mantra of Atlanta’s Jerusalem House has been proven true time and time again. Since 1989, Jerusalem House has provided safe housing for low-income and homeless families affected by HIV/AIDS in the greater Atlanta area.

2017 has been an exciting year so far at Temporary Accommodations! We kicked off this year by tearing down walls, literally! After bringing on eighteen new employees, we expanded our office space at the beautiful Piedmont Business Center in Buckhead Atlanta.
Temporary Accommodations is currently monitoring forest fires raging in Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, and California. In Utah the Brian Head Fire has burned over 43,000 acres. The blaze, which is only 10% contained, has caused ten different communities to evacuate. Temporary relocation may be necessary for dozens of families.

When disaster strikes your home, your homeowners or renters insurance policy is meant to provide you with the resources to return to normalcy. Temporary Accommodations cares. We care about getting you back to that place of normalcy quickly, so you can focus on rebuilding. As a 24/7 disaster response team, we are prepared to find you a place to stay any time of the day.