Public Adjusters Collingdale Pennsylvania

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Public Adjusters Collingdale Pennsylvania

AAA Public Adjusters, LLC is #1 in customer service in Pennsylvania!

AAA Public Adjusters has an extensive base of clients in Collingdale, PA. We service homeowners and business owners with property damages that occur from fire, smoke, water, lightning, vandalism, storm damage, and more in Collingdale. If you live in Collingdale, and you have property damage, give us a call immediately. We are located in Bucks County and will visit your property the same day that you call us.

Public Adjusters Collingdale Pennsylvania

Our blog answers many common questions that homeowners or business owners have regarding property damage claims in Collingdale, PA.

What does appraisal mean?

Why do buildings collapse?

Pros and Cons of Flat Roofs

The Facts about Business Interruption

Preventing Blown Off Shingles

We can help you at any stage of your property claim in Collingdale.

Below is a list of the most common stages of property claims that we handle in Collingdale, PA.

New Claims

Pending Claims

Denied Claims

Reopened Claims

Public Adjusters Collingdale Pennsylvania

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Public Adjusters Collingdale Pennsylvania

AAA Public Adjusters, LLC the #1 Public Adjusting Firm in Delaware County, PA!

Public Adjusters Collingdale Pennsylvania

AAA Public Adjusters LLC is active in fire prevention and safety.  Just contact us for a free home inspection in Collingdale and we will supply you a free smoke detector.

Smoke detectors are important to install in your home.

  • In 2011 to 2018, smoke detectors sounded in a little more than half (54%) of the fires reported to United States fire departments.
  • Almost six of every ten home fire fatalities resulted from fires in homes with either no working smoke detectors or no smoke detectors installed in the home.
  • In home fires in which the smoke detectors were installed but were not operational, more than 46% of of the smoke detectors were missing batteries or had dead batteries in them. 

This is why it is extremely important to have an operational smoke detector in your home or business!