Disaster strikes when we least expect it which is where catastrophic restoration come in. Floods or fires can cause large-scale damage to your property. In the event of a natural disaster, it is important to keep detailed records (such as dates of the event, receipts from staying elsewhere, etc.) and report the event to both your insurance company and FEMA.
You have the right to choose which restoration works with you. This will help restore your home back to normal. Catastrophic restoration experts will assess the damage. They will determine workable solutions and a timeline for completing the restoration project.
Flood damage can seep into the walls and floorboards of the home. Catastrophic restoration will work to remove the water. They will also clean and dry the area, and salvage as many of your personal belongings as they can.
Water and dampness can become a breeding ground for mold. Catastrophic restoration crews will determine if mold removal and remediation is necessary. Flood water can carry harmful bacteria. Disinfecting and sanitizing your home and belongings is paramount to the restoration process.
Fire damage leaves more than just the charred remains of where the fire touched. Soot and smoke permeates throughout the house. This can cause yellowing and unpleasant smells. The residue left behind from a fire can irritate the lungs and contaminate the air.
Catastrophic restoration experts will clean and remove the soot. They will also remove the smoke, restoring your belongings to pre-damage condition. The goal is to be able to restore as much as possible and only replace what actually needs replacing. Catastrophic restoration experts can get your life back to normal. They work with insurance companies to restore your home to like-new condition.
Fire and water damage can be devastating. But it can be possible to restore your home after a catastrophe. Call your catastrophe and restoration experts as soon as you can. We will coordinate with your insurance companies. This will ensure that you will be able to return home in a reasonable amount of time. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you in the aftermath of a catastrophic event.