Inventory Tips

In addition to creating a comprehensive home inventory, there are additional steps that we suggest for most home owners.

Property loss unfortunately comes in a wide array of forms. Natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods to more common events such as fire and theft are things we often think will not happen to us. Unfortunately, these happen on a common basis, every day. Being prepared via documentation is critical for asset recovery.

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Commonly Asked Questions

What are potential personal property items that could be unique and not insured pursuant to a standard insurance policy?

  • Guns, Collectables (dolls, model trains, sports cards, comic books, stamps and coins), Fine art, Furs, Hearing aids, Medical Devices (insulin pumps, hearing implants and artificial eyes), Musical instruments, Silver and Gold Utensils, Fine China, Sports equipment are just some of the property items which are not usually included in a standard insurance policy.

How does Inventory Alaska perform an inventory report?

Inventory Alaska performs a walk-through of the home, with the home owner, detailing all property via written, photography, and videography This data is then extracted and organized into a cohesive database which generates a final report.

What kind of home inventory documentation does the home owner receive when the home inventory is completed?

We provide the homeowner with a binder containing the Home Inventory Report and with two Digital Cards containing all data collected, one of which is in the binder.

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