On being called to the site, our immediate priority is to both assess the damage and to control and limit ongoing damage. By quickly assessing the damage and controlling any ongoingdamage, we can both prepare a cost estimate of the restoration and also mitigate the loss to the householder and the insurance company - this ensures that the turnaround time from commencement to completion is also reduced.
Once the site has been assessed and the ongoing damage mitigated or restricted by removing at risk or already damaged items of furniture, clothing etc; the next imediate task is to remove all excess water from the premises by extraction, leaving the site ready for restoration.
Following the removal of all the 'loose' water, the removal of all at risk and/or damaged loose articles from the site ad the limiting of ongoing damage to property, the restoration process can commence.
This is achieved by stabilising the indoor environment by the monitoring and removal of all excess moisture from the site, using air movers and dehumidifiers and monitoring equipment.
All items removed from the site are tagged and photographed and our site manager will ensure that all work is completed to our high professional standards in the fastest time possible.
On being called to the site, our immediate priority is to both assess the damage and to control and limit ongoing damage. By quickly assessing the damage and controlling any ongoing damage, we can both prepare a cost estimate of the restoration and also mitigate the loss to the householder and the insurance company. Damage is typically a combination of water damage from the fire department, smoke damage, odour damage and flame damage and is particularly invasive.
Post fire, all affected loose articles of furniture, clothing, bedding etc need to be identified, photographed, tagged and removed for restoration. Unaffected articles may be left in unaffected areas unless a total evacuation is required. Once all property has been evacuated or stabilised, the restoration process can commence on site.
There is often structural damage with fire damage and once the site has been stabilised the structure is accessed and restoration is commenced.
The HVAC system is inspected and either cleaed and sanitised or replaced. Floor coverings, window coverings and wall and ceiling coatings are cleaned, restored or replaced. Often replacement is the only way of restoring a site in the event of a fire.
Our investment in the best equipment available, cleans your carpet more thoroughly, leaves your carpet drier and uses less water.
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