You’ve got a fire that’s burning out your front yard, and it’s about to burn down your house, your garage, your apartment building, and all the places you love to spend your weekends.
Luckily, there are a few simple steps you can take to get rid of the fire.
First, you should have all your doors and windows boarded up.
If you don’t have that done, then the fire could be a much bigger problem.
Second, make sure the windows, doors, and roofs of your house are covered with tarps.
If they’re not, the fire can easily spread and spread rapidly.
If your house is still standing, you can also put out the flames with water and a brush.
You can also pour hot water over the flames and use a hose to put out any remaining smoke.
The goal is to get the fire out of your home before the fire starts, so that you can get on with your life.
Finally, it’s a good idea to check on your neighbor’s house to make sure there aren’t any suspicious structures.
If there are, and they’re within the designated fire zones, you need to make certain they’re all closed to prevent any suspicious activity.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to get your property insured.
The insurance company will need to verify that your home is safe, so you’ll want to call the company and make sure they’ve got all the paperwork needed.
The next step is to determine if there are any insurance options for your area.
First of all, make certain that the fire is under control.
That means that the building isn’t still burning and you haven’t got a leak, so the insurance company won’t pay out of pocket for you to repair the damage.
If you live in a town, make a phone call to the fire department and let them know the number of your insurance company.
If your area has no insurance company, the insurance is usually through the city.
If that’s the case, the city will pay for any damage.
In the event that you live outside the city, the closest fire department is usually within the city limits, and the closest police department is within the county.
If the fire’s within a county, you might have to drive an hour or more to get to the nearest fire department.
The insurance companies usually won’t cover the cost of any repairs that might be required if you don to do the repairs yourself.
If it’s the right fire, it can cost as little as $10 or as much as $100.
If a fire is just burning out of control, the cost can be as much $2,000 or more.