One and two family home fires

Includes manufactured homes

       
Direct Property Damage
(in Billions)
Year
Fires
Civilian
deaths
Civilian
injuries
As reported
In 2018 dollars

1980

590,500

4,175

16,100

$2.4

$7.5

1981

574,000

4,430

14,875

$2.7

$7.5

1982

538,000

3,960

15,750

$2.8

$7.3

1983

523,500

3,825

16,450

$2.8

$7.0

1984

506,000

3,290

15,100

$2.9

$7.1

1985

501,500

4,020

15,250

$3.2

$7.5

1986

468,000

4,005

14,650

$3.0

$6.9

1987

433,000

3,780

15,200

$3.1

$6.8

1988

432,500

4,125

17,125

$3.3

$7.1

1989

402,500

3,545

15,225

$3.3

$6.8

1990

359,000

3,370

15,250

$3.5

$6.8

1991

363,000

2,905

15,600

$3.42

$6.22

1992

358,000

3,160

15,275

$3.2

$5.7

1993

358,000

3,035

15,700

$4.13

$7.13

1994

341,000

2,785

14,000

$3.5

$6.0

1995

320,000

3,035

13,450

$3.6

$6.0

1996

324,000

3,470

13,700

$4.1

$6.6

1997

302,500

2,700

12,300

$3.7

$5.8

1998

283,000

2,775

11,800

$3.6

$5.6

1999

282,500

2,375

11,550

$4.1

$6.2

2000

283,500

2,920

12,575

$4.6

$6.8

2001

295,500

2,650

11,400

$4.7

$6.6

2002

300,500

2,280

9,950

$5.0

$7.0

2003

297,000

2,735

10,000

$5.14

$6.94

2004

301,500

2,680

10,500

$4.9

$6.6

2005

287,000

2,570

10,300

$5.8

$7.4

2006

304,500

2,155

8,800

$5.9

$7.4

2007

300,500

2,350

9,650

$6.25

$7.55

2008

291,000

2,365

9,185

$6.96

$8.16

2009

272,500

2,100

9,300

$6.4

$7.5

2010

279,000

2,200

9,400

$5.9

$6.8

2011

274,500

2,105

9,485

$5.7

$6.4

2012

268,000

2,000

8,825

$5.8

$6.4

       2013        271,500           2,430          8,300           $5.6             $6.1
       2014        273,500           2,345          8,025           $5.8             $6.2
       2015        270,500           2,155          8,050           $5.8             $6.1
       2016        257,000           2,410          7,375           $4.9             $5.2
       2017        262,500           2,290          7,470           $6.1             $6.3
       2018        876,500           2,360          7,800           $6.5             $6.5

2Does not include $1.5 billion in damage caused by the Oakland Fire Storm most of which was lost to homes but for which not detailed breakdown by property type was available.
3Includes $809 million in damage caused by Southern California wildfires.
4This does not include the Southern California Wildfires with an estimated property damage of $2 billion.
5This does not include the California Fire Storm 2007 with an estimated property damage of $1.8 billion.
6Does not include the California wildfires 2008 with an estimated property damage of $1.4 billion.
7Hotels and motels

Direct property damage figures do not include indirect losses, like business interruption.
Inflation adjustment to 2018 dollars is done using the consumer price index.

Source: Fire Loss in the United States 2018, Ben Evarts, NFPA, September 2019 and previous reports in the series.

Updated 11/19