If a FEMA applicant has already had an inspection and damage to the furnace wasn’t
reported, they may send FEMA a dated and signed letter, along with a contractor’s estimate,
indicating they are appealing for these items.
In situations where an applicant receives FEMA assistance for their furnace but
additional help for these costs is necessary, the applicant may also submit an appeal letter.
The applicant should provide FEMA a verifiable estimate/receipt indicating the furnace
and was damaged as a direct result of the disaster. They will need to
include a dated and signed letter, along with the contractor’s estimate, indicating they are
appealing for the additional costs of these items. If you are appealing past the deadline, you must indicate in the letter why you are submitting late.
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