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The Benefits of Combining Remediation and Restoration Into the Same Process

6/28/2019 (Permalink)

Your insurance adjuster assesses the damage to your building to see how much the insurance company pays

Benefits of Using the Same Company for Remediation and Restoration

When your commercial building in Derby, KS, sustains fire damage, certified remediation experts are your best option for fixing it. Do you need to call another company to rebuild the parts that are destroyed, though? Here are some benefits of using the same company for both remediation and restoration.


After a fire emergency, you have a lot of responsibilities:

  • Ensure everyone is accounted for
  • Call insurance company
  • Arrange for repairs
  • Implement your business continuity plan

Why add one more phone call to the list? By combining remediation and restoration into one process tackled by one team, you save yourself the time of vetting two different companies to do work that can be handled by one.


Your insurance adjuster assesses the damage to your building to see how much the insurance company pays. Mitigation and restoration experts can provide a list of costs, but those services sometimes overlap, making it seem like the insurance company is being charged twice for some of the same tasks. Having one company that can itemize a list of both repairs and restoration expenses streamlines the information-gathering process by eliminating this overlap, making your fire damage claim process smoother.


When fire mitigation and building restoration are completed by the same team, communication tends to be stronger. The restoration experts know exactly what happened during the remediation process. Either they were either there when it happened, or they can easily obtain access to the records of the process details. The team putting up new walls and ceilings in your building doesn't have to guess which materials were repaired and which they need to replace when they are the ones who did the job.
Complete fire damage repair starts with assessment and doesn't end until your building looks as good as it did before the fire. To make this process go as smoothly as possible, it is a good idea to use the same company from start to finish.

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