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Old 12-05-2008, 03:42 PM
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The superduty doesnt handle fire to well. Im really gonna miss it. We had a fire and everything was a total loss. Its pretty depressing when everything you work for burns up. But i just want to warn everybody to get the right insurance. It sucks when things are not covered enough!!!!! So make sure you all are properly covered. Take pictures of everything in your house, shop whatever, cause you never know what can happen. Just a reminder for you all to get the proper insurance.





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Old 12-05-2008, 03:45 PM
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What happened? so sorry to hear about this
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Oh man Im really sorry to hear that. What happened?
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Old 12-05-2008, 03:54 PM
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wow, sorry for your loss. Hope everything works out.
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glad your ok tho. fyi, im a electrician and we sub for a construction company that does fire, wind, water repair. from my experience dealing with people, if you complain enough you will get what you want and than some. the construction company always throws in extras. they built a whole new addition on the insurance bill for the customer once. like i said just ***** and ***** and you will get it. did anyone else get hurt? hope not.
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Old 12-05-2008, 04:13 PM
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Man sorry to hear about that! Hope no one was hurt.
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glad your ok tho. fyi, im a electrician and we sub for a construction company that does fire, wind, water repair. from my experience dealing with people, if you complain enough you will get what you want and than some. the construction company always throws in extras. they built a whole new addition on the insurance bill for the customer once. like i said just ***** and ***** and you will get it. did anyone else get hurt? hope not.
Thanks everybody! I think the water heater started it. It has in floor heat, and we just lit it, but theres too much damage to tell. Nobody got hurt thankfully!!! It happened sometime november 10 late at night and into the early morning on the 11. I got there at about five thirty in the morning and it was already gone. And were gonna try to get as much from the insurance company as possible!
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man thats sickning sorry it happened
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Old 12-05-2008, 04:31 PM
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I am so sorry that happened. Glad you all are OK.
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I am so sorry that happened, What caused the fire? Sorry if you already answered.
I think it was the water heater for the in floor heat, but the fire inspector says theres too much damage to tell. The fire was very hot. Everything aluminum melted down, all the small engines like lawnmowers and stuff are puddles of aluminum with a crankshaft sticking up. I can get pictures of that too.
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