Like anyone in East Idaho, you dread the thought of water damage or a flood infiltrating your home, or your business. If you need immediate help following incidents such as these, you should have two groups on your mind: your insurance agency and a restoration company. Both of these essential helpers will help get your business back on track.
Large thunderstorms, hurricanes, or problems with sewage or plumbing can bring large amounts of water into your home. This flood damage can pose serious health risks and may damage your building and important materials. Make sure do the following without delay:
What the Restoration Team Will Do :
Qualified, experienced storm restoration professionals have the skill and equipment to remove all the water from your office and to get your facility back to pre-flood condition. The technicians will inspect the affected area and will then determine what they can salvage and what they must restore or completely replace. The team will extract all water and dry your floors, walls and furniture. They’ll also clean and sanitize all parts of your office.
What Role Does the Insurance Play
You need to provide your insurance company with detailed information about the incident so it knows how to proceed. Your agent will review your policy and discuss with you what it will cover and what, if anything, storm restoration and cleanup costs it will not cover.
How They Work Together
Sometimes, an insurance company will delay claim processing or payment because the storm response team is slow to do its part. A top professional company such as 1ST RESPONSE will get on the case quickly to help move the insurance process along.
You need a quick, successful storm restoration response. With 1ST RESPONSE and your insurance company working in tandem, you should be in good shape.