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Memphis Area Restoration Companies
- Water Damage Restoration - Extracting sewage and water after a water event, then drying affected materials.
- Fire Damage Restoration - Removing smoke odors and soot stains that result from fires.
- Mold Removal and Remediation - Repairing the cause of mold, then decontaminating and sanitizing the area.
- Biohazard Cleanup - Safely removing biohazard contaminants that pose a risk to humans.
- Carpet Cleaning - Treating set-in stains, then removing dirt and allergens from all types of carpeting.
The Restoration Process
- Emergency Action - Your contractor may offer emergency steps that can limit the damage. However, they will not take action without your authorization.
- Assessment and Estimate - You will get a written estimate from the contractor after they perform a thorough, on-site assessment of the damage to your home or business.
- Extraction and Cleanup - Once you sign the work order, the contractor will extract water, sewage, and other contaminants.
- Removal and Disposal - Damaged materials, debris, and other items that cannot be saved are then removed for proper disposal.
- Deodorize and Sanitize - Mold and odors commonly occur after disasters and other types of damage. The contractor will take steps to prevent this.
- Reconstruction - Some incidents are more devastating or invasive than others, so the amount of reconstruction will vary. It may involve installing new materials and refinishing the damaged area.