Certified emergency restoration services will ensure high quality of work. Storm and flood damage repair, fire and smoke remediation or trauma scene cleanup are complex and dangerous jobs. Industry credentials offer an assurance that your contractor has the necessary training and experience to do your work.
Here are some important questions to ask your emergency restoration service:
- How soon will you get here? An emergency means that you need immediate assistance and remediation measures. About a half hour wait is reasonable.
- What credentials does your company have? Water and fire damage services as well as trauma clean up require special skills. Make sure your contractor is trained and equipped to do the job.
- Are you bonded and insured? This protects you from liabilities during the performance of these dangerous jobs. It also shows that the company follows approved safety codes and cares about its workers and clients.
- Will you give me a detailed estimate? This explains the exact scope of your work and how you are going to be charged for it. You must know what you are paying for. This will avoid any nasty surprises when the bill arrives.
- Can you deal directly with my insurance company? This will save you the time and stress of navigating complex insurance terminology and procedures. An insurance-approved company knows the process and can help expedite your claims.
- Do you provide a customer satisfaction or money-back guarantee? This shows that the emergency restoration services company you engaged is confident of their work and will ensure your peace of mind.
Don’t attempt to do emergency restoration and repair work yourself. It can cause personal injury, compromise your health and that of other occupants as well as affect the building structure.
Call 954-874-8016 in Broward County or 561-847-3495 in Palm Beach County for a free estimate from a certified emergency restoration service. We have real people waiting to take your call.
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