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Our Process

Assessment & Documentation

The first step is to assess the extent of the damage and document it thoroughly. This may involve taking photographs, making notes, and creating a detailed inventory of the damaged items and areas

Safety Wear

Safety & Mitigation

We prioritize safety by addressing any immediate hazards. For example, shutting off the water or electricity supply, boarding up broken windows, and stabilizing weakened structures. We also take steps to mitigate further damage.

Addressing Damages

  • Structural: restoring the integrity and stability of the building. Repairing or replacing any damages like walls, roofing, floors, or other structural components. 

  • Water: drying and dehumidifying the affected areas, using specialized equipment .

  • Fire & Smoke: removing debris, cleaning soot and smoke residues from surfaces, and using specialized equipment to deodorizing the property. 

  • Mold: identifying and addressing the source, removing infested materials, testing to ensure complete removal, implementing proper ventilation, and dehumidification to prevent future mold growth

Chemical Disinfection

Cleaning & Sanitization

All affected surfaces, including walls, ceilings, floors, and personal belongings, are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized to remove contaminants and ensure a healthy living environment.


Restoration & Reconstruction

Once the property is clean and dry, the restoration process focuses on rebuilding and restoring the damaged areas. This may involve replacing flooring, repairing walls, installing new fixtures, and restoring any damaged electrical, plumbing, or HVAC systems.

Renovation Construction

Final Inspection & Completion

After all repairs and restoration work is finished, a final inspection is conducted to ensure everything is properly restored and meets the required standards. The homeowner or insurance company representative may also participate in this process. Once approved, the restoration project is considered complete.

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