Why Should This Matter to You?
If your commercial or
residential property should catch fire, knowing that a restoration company should be the next call after 9-1-1 and your insurance carrier is important because the sooner restoration can start after the fire is extinguished,
the sooner you can get back your life.
We recommend the following steps after calling emergency services:
- Contact your insurance provider and review your coverage.
Call a restoration company who can come and board up any openings in the building. Emergnecy board up means that the building can be deemed safe and the emergency crews can leave.
Work with the restoration company to document everything for insurance purposes. Remeber to touch nothing so as to not disturb the restoration process.
Let the restoration company do the work ensuring it’s done correctly without the possibility of further problems creeping up later.
After a fire, there’s more to restoration than simply putting paint over the fire damaged drywall. Even when the visible fire damage isn’t extensive, the fire has released chemicals into the building that have to be cleaned properly. A good restoration
company will be able to handle reconstruction, cleanup, and repair. They will have the right tools for the job, including in-house employees who specialize in their trades, and local, trustworthy sub-contractors to provide expert craftsman
service when needed.