Restoration after any disaster is a tough and time-consuming process. One can never prepare for floods, fires or any type of natural disaster. In the case of such situations, the best thing you can do is call the experts that are well-trained in handling them. Our company, ABR Emergency Restoration, offers restoration services of any kind. With our highly trained workers, we will bring the shine back to your home or offices.

Regardless of what type of damage your property suffered or what restoration services you might need, we will take care of everything from the beginning to the end. A lot of people ask us what they can do in these situations to speed up the process, but to be honest there isn’t much. We have our plan that we follow closely because it helps us handle any task without endangering others and our workers. To better understand what we are talking about we will lay out the basics of our restoration process, but keep in mind that every job is different and might vary a little bit.

1. Assess the situation
Firstly, our technicians will assess the situation once they arrive on site. You can explain to us over the phone what happened, but we can’t know the exact amount of damage and what services are required to restore your property until we carefully evaluate everything. This will also help us determine the price range for restoration services. Don’t worry, ABR Emergency Restoration has some of the best prices in the industry and on top of that we offer direct insurance billing, so you don’t have to stress about payment at all.

2. Prepare a plan
After we have determined what type of damage your property has suffered and what services are required to fully restore everything to pre-disaster condition, we will make a detailed plan of action. We will carefully time every part of the process, so you know exactly what is next on the schedule and how long will it take to finish everything. Now, of course, we might deviate from the schedule a bit, especially when it comes to pumping out water. This part is slow and we can never know exactly how long will it take. But rest assured that our workers won’t purposely stall time. ABR Emergency Restoration is not that kind of company, we value honesty and hard work above all else.

3. Take all necessary precautions
The next step is to acquire all necessary equipment. Properties that are affected by any kind of disaster or damage are very hazardous for untrained individuals. Even our workers need to carry protective equipment when they enter some of these sites. Houses that are hit by floods are often left with contaminated water and mold all over walls and floors. This can potentially harm your health and if you are not wearing protective gear when handling these jobs, you can end up with serious health conditions. Additionally, regardless if we are restoring your house or offices from fire or water damage, there is a chance that your property is not structurally sound. In this case, special measures will be taken to protect every property around you.

4. Begin with the restoration process
Restoration process itself varies from property to property. Regardless of how big of restoration job we are talking about, our workers will be working around the clock to help you move back in as soon as possible. We know how much stress situations like these cause to people, so if you need help don’t be shy to ask. Our workers are polite individuals that have their own families and know how hard it is to go through this process. Also, depending on what services you need from us, the process itself might last from one day to maybe a couple of days, even weeks for heavily affected homes.

5. Final details
The last step in our restoration process is usually reserved for the finishing touches. We always go over everything two times just to make sure no mold is left on the walls, everything is dry and resorted to its previous condition, etc. ABR Emergency Restoration will also remove any debris that is left after the disaster. We have special ways of handling contaminated items because it is against the law to just toss them in the trash.