Record flooding, wildfires, tornadoes, frigid temps, high winds, hail, and blizzards……we’ve got all the natural disasters you can think of! Living in a mecca of natural disasters, you’d think we’d be reasonably skilled at responding to disasters……..not so much according to the national “Ready or Not?” survey, which placed Colorado this close to the bottom […]
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Authorities are investigating the possibility of arson at the federal Bureau of Land Management office in Gunnison, Colorado after someone vandalized computers and set fire to the building this past weekend. A property damage assessment is o underway however it appears the building sustained primarily smoke and water damage losses. An arson-trained dog is being […]
This week’s frigid weather is likely to become the cause of extensive structural damage due to unprotected water pipes. Cold weather pop-quiz: What is the lowest possible heat setting that will absolutely prevent a pipe from freezing within a building? A. 20-degrees Fahrenheit. B. 33-degrees Fahrenheit. C. 55-degrees Fahrenheit. D. The temperatures listed above will […]
Despite record rainfall the week prior – this year’s Cherrity Pie Festival, which took place September 14th benefitting Anchor Center for Blind Children, was beautiful success raising over $26,000 in charitable donations and bringing out over 200 guests! Since the inception of the festival in 2010, Pie has donated a total of $69,000 in funds to the Anchor Center over the last 3 years. We […]
The path of damage caused by the recent tornado outbreaks in Oklahoma has been horrifically devastating. Pie’s Catastrophe Response Team has been on-site in Oklahoma assisting with numerous property claims resulting from the damage and captured scenes from the aftermath and ensuing clean-up.