Pinnacle Emergency Management Offers Complimentary Risk Evaluation

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Pinnacle Emergency Management helps seniors prevent disaster at home this winter with no cost risk evaluation for Eskaton’s Live Well at Home members.

October is Fire Prevention Month and November marks the beginning of the flood season so Pinnacle Emergency Management is bringing back its complimentary risk evaluation service for Eskaton’s Live Well at Home program members.

Eskaton’s Live Well at Home is an engaging membership program that enables active adults (living in their own residence) to expand social connections, personal knowledge, physical wellness and overall quality of life. Pinnacle Emergency Management is a partnering business with the Preferred Service Provider component of the program. Pinnacle will perform the same service for the public for a $49 fee and donate a portion of the proceeds to the American Red Cross. Live Well at Home Members can call 916-459-3220 to schedule their no cost risk evaluation. Non-members can call Pinnacle at 916-371-7431 to schedule their $49 risk evaluation.

Older adults who participate in the Live Well at Home program have access to its services to support living safely in their own homes. Pinnacle Emergency Management will visit a member’s home and perform the following services and evaluations for free (or $49 for the public):

  •     Show homeowners/caregivers how to shut off gas, water and power
  •     Evaluate and point out any trees that need trimming near power lines or potential fire hazards, roots that could pose plumbing issues
  •     Check smoke detectors and replace batteries
  •     Inspect all exposed water pipes indoors and outdoors, water heater and all water inlets for signs of leaks
  •     Inspect HVAC drainage system for blockage or leaks

“Winter can be rough on your home and so it’s imperative for homeowners to make sure they aren’t facing potential risks like hidden leaks or nonworking smoke detectors. We take the guesswork out of winter preparations to make sure homeowners are aware of these potential hazards ahead of time,” explained Leo Grover, CEO and owner of Pinnacle Emergency Management.

“Pinnacle Emergency Management has been a long time preferred service provider of Eskaton’s Live Well at Home program and we are thrilled to work with them again this season to help our members prepare for the winter,” said Terri Becker, Program Manager for Live Well at Home.

Pinnacle will provide a comprehensive report of any concerns that could pose a threat this winter so that the homeowner can evaluate whether they’d like to have the repairs done. Pinnacle can perform these services but additional services are not a part of the free evaluation. Homeowners are not required to use Pinnacle for such services.

About the Company:

Established in 2005, Pinnacle Emergency Management is proud to be the leading provider of restoration services in Northern California and Northern Nevada. Pinnacle’s technicians have seen the devastation of some of the nation’s worst disasters including 9/11 and Hurricanes Ike and Katrina. Pinnacle focuses on the big picture, reaching beyond restoration to introduce analysis and planning to our customers in addition to creative solutions that minimize business income interruption. Pinnacle challenges the traditional reactive thinking when facing an emergency with sequential logic to disaster planning.

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