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Picking the Right Restoration Company

9/18/2019 (Permalink)

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Every business owner would rather not have a natural disaster occur at their commercial property, but most likely do not realize just how grave the situation can be. After disaster strikes, 40 to 60% of businesses are unable to reopen, according to a recent FEMA report.

There is a lot that goes into recovering from a disaster, but working with a restoration company to properly mitigate the damage at your business is a big component. Here are our top tips for how to pick the right restoration company:

1. Check Their Emergency Response Capabilities

If left untreated, even for a few extra hours, damage due to a disaster can become more severe. This means business owners are stuck paying more and investing more time into restoration.

Because natural disasters have no respect for schedules, we keep our service line open 247. That way we can act fast at any hour in response to your damage, and you can focus on other tasks involved with reopening the business.

2. Inquire About How They Train Their Technicians

When you trust a company to restore your business, you want the peace of mind to know you are in good hands. A company with highly trained technicians will inspire confidence so you can ensure you are getting top-notch work.

We train our technicians in accordance with the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) standards. After the initial training, technicians are given online learning courses and certification programs to continue their education.

3. Learn About Their Equipment Standards

Technological advancements have made a big impact on the restoration industry in recent years, and you want to be sure your restoration team is using the best tools for the job.

The IICRC has official guidelines on the equipment that is best for the job, which are the standards we adhere to when choosing our own equipment. Whether we are moving gallons of water out of your business or scrubbing harmful chemicals and soot from the air, you can be assured that the highest-tech is being used.

If you’re in need of commercial restoration, do not hesitate to make the call so you can get your business back faster. Our trained experts are here to help 24/7/365—contact us today, 702-564-8508.

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