It’s not art, it’s commerce.
With hurricane season upon us, a video inventory of your home/possessions can be an invaluable asset when filing insurance claims. Other applications for video inventories are estate planning, maintaining images for selling/auctioning, and cataloguing collections.
Our process – which includes still images along with self-narrated video clips – is fast and efficient.
Thirty years ago, in Washington, D.C., there was a fire inC.P., Wilmington N.C.
my Georgetown apartment. When I started talking with
the insurance agent about the six-thousand-dollar rug I
had purchased overseas, the four thousand-dollar Calder
painting, and my expensive TV and stereo equipment,
they asked me to provide proof and receipts. I couldn’t.
In the end, without proof, coupled with a high insurance
deductible, I didn’t receive anything from the insurance
Thirty years later, a luxury Inn I owned suffered $850,000
in damage during hurricane Florence. Again, since I could
not provide receipts or visual proof for certain items
(including room and Inn condition) I was out of pocket
This year, when I moved into a new condo, I had Paul and
Green Heron record my new space and notable items.
The opportunity to provide commentary about value and
historic provenance, is a huge advantage.
I was very pleased with his professionalism, attention to
detail, and humor.
Secure storage solutions for digital files are also available. Stored files are available 24/7, and easily accessed via unique password.
Example: Residential Inventory
A residential inventory will contain two types of files, stills of specific items, and narrated video clips that provide an overview of collections, entire rooms, and general surveys of possessions.