What Exactly Is Disaster Restoration And When Will I Need It?
Nobody ever plans on needing disaster restoration; in fact, not everyone knows what that even means. Disaster Restoration is intensive cleaning and reconditioning process that brings property back to its pre-loss condition. This type of restoration requires advanced technology, as well as skill technicians. Many things can lead to the need of such services, such as hot water tank leaks, water pipe breaks, fires, floods and sewer backups. All of these can cause serious damage and stress.
Imagine owning a business and finding out the basement flooded. If you’re like most people, you store a lot of things in your basement. Your primary focus would be the things you lost and trying to replace them. However, that is not the only thing that needs to be taken care of. Flooding can cause serious damage and if it is not properly taken care of, it can cause even more issues down the road.
After a flood, the water needs to be removed quickly and efficiently. The water damage needs to be properly evaluated and taken care of. Depending on the extent of the damage flooring, walls and electric may need to be replaced. If this is not done correctly from the start, it can end up being more costly and time consuming for the business owner. Thankfully, North Country Janitorial Inc. understands the situation and is equipped to quickly and efficiently get their clients properties back to their pre-loss condition.
With over 30 years of experience with insurance restoration work, you can rest assured that North Country Janitorial Inc. will not only take care of the damage, but will also work with your insurance company to help you through the stressful event.
Flooding is not the only time someone would need Disaster Restoration. Hot water tank leaks, water pipe breaks, kitchen and house fires, puff backs from furnace malfunctions, soot from candles and sewer backup can all lead to severe damage. North Country Janitorial Inc. is proud to help business owners — as well as personal property owners — through the process of Disaster Restoration.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to contact us today.