About the App
Emergency Managers can now conduct rapid, house by house, damage assessments. The classification criteria is based on FEMA’s Individual Assistance program. Have on site team members download Fulcrum on their mobile devices, conduct a damage assessment of residential structures and have real-time results available in the emergency operation center (EOC). This app works with or without internet signal, and can be customized to add fields that are pertinent to your work.
Total loss of structure, structure is not economically feasible to repair, or complete failure to major structural components (e.g., collapse of basement walls/foundation, walls or roof).
Substantial failure to structural elements of residence (e.g., walls, floors, foundation), dwelling is uninhabitable and requires extensive repairs. The dwelling is unusable in its current condition and cannot be made habitable in a short period of time
Home is damaged and uninhabitable, but may be made habitable in short period of time with repairs.
Some damage to the structure and contents, but still habitable.
Mobile Home Classification
The dwelling's frame must be bent, twisted, or otherwise compromised. The dwelling must be missing the roof or has sustained significant damage to the roof covering, sheathing, and framing.
The dwelling's frame is not bent, twisted, or otherwise compromised; however, there is more than minor structural damage (e.g., it has been displaced from the foundation) and other structural components have been damaged (i.e., windows, doors, wall coverings, roof, bottom board insulation, ductwork, and/or utility hook up).
The dwelling's frame is not bent, twisted, or otherwise compromised; however, there is minor structural damage (e.g., it has not been displaced from the foundation). Other structural components may have sustained minor damage (i.e., windows, doors, wall coverings, roof, bottom board insulation, ductwork, and/or utility hook up).
This level does not exist for mobile homes.