Risk Assessments for CT Homeowners
Is your house number clearly visible from the street? Is your driveway well lit? Do you have deadbolt locks in your bedrooms? If there was a fire, does your whole family know the emergency procedure?
With our Home Risk Assessment Service, we will walk through your home and around your property to complete our Risk Checklist. We will leave you with a report of things you can do to make your home safe and Prepared.
Our Home Risk Services
Your home is supposed to your place to find rest and comfort, protection from storms and a sanctity from the worries of the world. Right? Are you confident that you are as safe as you can be in your home? Prepare To Act’s Safety Program, modeled after the way the Secret Service protects the White House, can help you be sure.
FACE TO FACE CONSULTATION
Prepare To Act will have one of our trained professional staff members assigned to you and your property. And get things started with a one on one consultation in your home and just prior to our full 3 Point Inspection. During this consultation our team members will discuss with you and identify your biggest safety concerns, the “What keeps you up at night,” scenario. From there we move right to the on-property inspection
3 POINT INSPECTION
Here we will evaluate the safety of your home from 3 locations – From the street, From in and around the exterior of your home and property and from within the interior of your home.
FINAL ASSESSMENT REPORT
A short time after the completed walk-through 3 Point Inspection, you will receive an email copy of our report. Listing the strengths and vulnerabilities we found during our inspection as well as recommended fixes to make you home and property more secure.
Take the next step up and add on our Photo Summary Report. You will receive a full color photo report documenting the good, the bad and the ugly as it resulted from our inspection. Within the report we will explain all vulnerabilities that we found could be remedied and fixed.
Here your Prepare To Act Specialist will sit with you and the other members of your household and discuss and train on the following topics:
Discuss Evacuation Plans and “What If” Scenarios
Presence Of Mind During Emergency Situations
Develop A Written “Emergency Readiness Plan.”
You don’t want the first time you think about an emergency to be when that emergency happens. Proactively Prepare your home and your family.