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Texas RV and Boat Storage Site Torched by Unknown Cause

Firefighters in Leon Valley, Texas, were called early in the morning last Wednesday to a fire raging at a nearby RV and boat storage facility. 

The fire broke out just after 4 a.m. at Leon Valley Storage. According to a Leon Valley Fire Department spokesperson, the fire was burning inside a fenced facility housing a wide variety of vehicles, from RVs and boats to a food truck. All vehicles were stored in covered units.

The fire department has not determined the cause of the fire, but acknowledged that at least four units suffered damage. Fortunately, the firefighters were able to extinguish the fire quickly and reported no injuries were sustained.

The incident is a reminder to all storage property owners to make sure they have updated all insurance policies. “Every RV & boat storage facility must develop a Risk Management Assessment and Plan. If not, this high-income asset is at the whelm of every weather-related event and incidences of theft,” explains Terry Anderson, President and CEO of Tenant Property Protection, providers of insurance products and services specific to self-storage, RV and boat storage. 

“Owner/operator negligence in preparing for the risk of winds, fires and burglary has led to the rising cost of Property & Casualty insurance rates,” Anderson continues. “A Risk Management Assessment and Plan is a way to save profits and costs when faced with potential losses. Every good general business property and casualty agency in the storage industry should have a resource available to meet this need.”

RV & boat storage facilities must develop a Risk Management Assessment and Plan. If not, this high-income asset is at the whelm of every weather-related event and incidences of theft,” explains Terry Anderson, President and CEO of Tenant Property Protection, providers of insurance products and services specific to self-storage, RV and boat storage. 

“Owner/operator negligence in preparing for the risk of winds, fires and burglary has led to the rising cost of Property & Casualty insurance rates,” Anderson continues. “A Risk Management Assessment and Plan is a way to save profits and costs when faced with potential losses. Every good general business property and casualty agency in the storage industry should have a resource available to meet this need.”

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