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Select a Restoration Contractor in Buffalo
- Water Damage Restoration - Remove sewage or water and then drying the area.
- Fire Damage Restoration - Cleaning smoke and soot stains after a fire.
- Mold Removal and Remediation - Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces contaminated with mold.
- Biohazard Cleanup - Removal and disposal of biohazards like blood and other potentially infectious materials.
- Carpet Cleaning - Cleaning carpets and treating for stains and wear.
The Restoration Process
- Emergency Action - With your approval, the restoration contractor will take action to limit or prevent damage if necessary.
- Assessment and Estimate - Every restoration job includes a thorough assessment of your damage and a written, no-risk estimate.
- Extraction and Cleanup - They will start cleaning as soon as you sign off on the work, which includes removing liquid contaminants and cleaning surfaces.
- Removal and Disposal - Taking precautions to prevent further contamination, they will remove and dispose of damaged materials.
- Deodorize and Sanitize - The area is then deodorized and sanitized to prevent mold, odors, or other contaminants from developing over time.
- Reconstruction - Lastly, the contractor will restore your property to its original condition. The amount of work will vary and can range from painting to rebuilding the entire area.