Dreiym Engineering PLLCForensic Engineers
Residential Energy Storage System Fire Investigation Service
Renewable energy is the way of the future. That said, more homes than ever before have energy storage systems. These systems store power from renewable sources, such as solar, to be used later. While this technology is a huge step forward for the environment, there are some potential risks involved. Arguably the biggest risk is that of fire hazard. That’s not to say that every energy storage system will cause a fire, but anytime electricity is involved, a blaze could possibly occur there. If you or a client has had a fire because of storing energy, our residential energy storage system fire investigation service will help. Read on to learn more.
How We Help
The Benefits of This Service
Our residential energy storage system fire investigation service provides expert insight on the cause of your blaze. With the aid of our team, we provide you with the documentation you will need for insurance claims and legal proceedings. Energy storage system fires don’t have to be a total tragedy. A team of certified energy storage fire investigators can make the next steps of the insurance claim process relatively painless. Having the experts at Dreiym Engineering on your side is invaluable.
Whether you have a power station in your garage for an electric vehicle or a conventional electric storage system, make sure you know who to call in the event of a fire. The highly skilled team at Dreiym Engineering is ready to help you determine the cause of an energy storage system fire and your next steps. We offer these services in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, and North Dakota. Contact us online or call us at 866-621-6920 with any questions you may have.
Investigation into the cause and damage extents of high-energy electrical surges and lightning strikes.
Forensic analysis of house wiring and systems, large and small appliances, and product defects.
Investigation into the origin and cause of residential, commercial and industrial fires.