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After fire or flood

If you experience a fire or flood in your home, the following information may be of assistance.

What to do first?

What documents will you need?

Documents can be easily lost, damaged or destroyed in fire, flood or storm. Having the following papers can speed up the process of disaster recovery, so it’s worth getting replacements as soon as possible if something happens. The Citizens’ Advice Bureau may also be able to give advice and help.

We also have the following useful guides:

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