What to Look for in a Restoration Company:
When living in regions like South Florida, natural disasters are imminent, and once disaster strikes, time is of the essence, and you need a crew to clean up quickly and correctly. However, like all services you use, it is crucial to research your options and ensure you hire a company whose reputable, professional, and thorough with their work. Any type of damage, especially water damage, needs to be handled immediately and efficiently to avoid damaging your property’s foundation and integrity. Given the new Assignment of Benefits Reform law, there’s extra steps and protocol that need to be taken.
What does a restoration company do?
Restoration companies – or better known as mitigation companies – are generally called in as soon as possible after a disaster happens to stop the damage in its tracks before things get too severe. For example, if you have a pipe burst in your home and water floods everywhere, they would clean up the water damage and repair the pipe as best as they can until further restoration can be conducted. Additionally, other preventative steps would be taken to stabilize the building and minimize subsequent damage until more permanent restoration can be made. In accordance to your insurance policy, you must protect your property from further damage, and the right restoration company is perfectly situated to help.
What to look for in a mitigation company?
As you weight out your options for which restoration company to contract, keep some of these important qualities and qualifications in mind:
Professionalism – this includes not only the way the mitigation company conducts business but also their professional qualifications and credentials. A company that is licensed, insured, and has the requisite certifications and experience is important.
Response Time – when it’s an emergency, you need help immediately. If the company can’t accommodate your needs within an acceptable timeline or simply lacks communication skills, you may nee