Simple steps to help

Simple steps to help

When a business is damaged due to flooding or a fire, the cost of buying new equipment and interruption of operations can be extremely high.

This does not have to be the case, however. The cost of restoration ranges from 5 to 30 percent of the cost of replacement. This significant benefit is even greater when considering the administrative burden of sourcing replacement equipment and the business interruption costs during an extended period of downtime.

Typical areas for technical reconditioning include power electronics, computers and office machines, medical equipment, telecommunication devices and electric panels.

Levels of cleanliness comply with industry standards and the timescale for restoration is often much shorter than the replacement time.

 

Remember

  • Restoration work takes time.
  • Make sure you are sufficiently insured.
  • Check experience and reputation before contracting a restoration company.
  • Objects with a personal or sentimental value that are moderately damaged by fire, such as antiques, art, photographs, etc. can often be restored.