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Facts About Home Heating Fires

Heating is the second leading cause of home fires.

  • From 2010-2012, an average of 45,200 home heating fires occurred in the United States each year and resulted in an annual average of approximately 155 deaths, 625 injuries and $351 million in property loss.
  • Heating was the second leading cause of home fires following cooking.
  • Home heating fires peaked in the early evening hours between 5 and 9 p.m. with the highest peak between 6 and 8 p.m. This four-hour period accounted for 30 percent of all home heating fires.
  • Home heating fires peaked in January (21 percent) and declined to the lowest point during the summer months from June to August.
  • Confined fires, those fires confined to chimneys, flues or fuel burners, accounted for 84 percent of home heating fires.
  • Twenty-nine percent of the non-confined home heating fires occurred because the heat source was too close to things that can burn.

Click here or on the image below to download the safety tips.



IRS Form W-9

W-9The Iowa FAIR Plan Association does not contract with producers. No agency relationship is established and producers have no binding authority. The only requirement to be a producer for the Iowa FAIR Plan Association is to hold a property & casualty license issued by the Iowa Insurance Division.

It is required that an IRS Form W-9 Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification be on file prior to the distribution of commission. Click here for a copy of the current W-9 Form.

Holiday Hours – December 2015

The Iowa FAIR Plan office will be closed on Thursday, December 24th and Friday, December 25th. We will resume regular hours on Monday, December 28, 2015. Our regular hours are Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm.

We will monitor e-mail over the long weekend for first notice of loss forms and assign an adjuster as soon as possible.  Our e-mail address is info@iowafairplan.com.