What's in the Building?
When a building is damaged in a major event like a flood or fire, the first concern is often for the condition of the structure itself. From there, you may turn your attention to the things that were inside the building at the time of the event. Can some of those things be saved? Items inside the building may have financial value, sentimental value, or some other worth that makes it necessary to save as many of them as possible.
What Can Be Saved?
The question of what can be saved out of a building often comes up soon after a restoration company arrives on site to assess the damage and get to work. Of course, what is able to be saved out of the building will depend entirely on the type of damage done and what kind of items were inside.
Claremont will always work hard to save as much of what was inside the building as possible. Of course, items that have not been damaged will be carefully removed and taken to a safe place while the restoration of the building is underway. For those things that have been damaged, our team is trained to care for them properly, to bring them back to as close to their former condition as possible. Items that may be able to be saved depending on the circumstances include furniture, rugs, artwork, and much more.
Starting Right Away is Essential
If you want to save as much from your damaged building as possible – and you almost certainly do – it’s important to contact Claremont right away to get started. The sooner items can be removed from the building, the sooner the contents restoration process can get started. Time matters in this business, so give Claremont a call immediately to get moving on this important job.
As contents restoration experts, Claremont will dispatch our emergency response team to your site with 24 hours of getting your call.
Call 713.661.0400 if you need immediate attention to our contents restoration services due to a large scale property loss.