Polygon, the European market leader in property damage restoration, is to showcase its vast knowledge and capabilities at ALARM Conference in Manchester, on the 24th and 25th June 2019. 

On Stand 28, our experts will be on hand to talk to risk and insurance managers about our solutions to unpredictable emergencies such as fire, flood or escape of water. Our services in property damage restoration, document restoration and leak detection mitigate damage and increase resilience.

The ALARM Conference celebrates the work of the risk and insurance industries and is a hub for professionals to build relationships within the sector to overcome challenges and understand the solutions available in the wider sphere.

With our ability to serve a range of sectors including insurance, property management, government and industrial clients, we are equipped to help you plan for emergencies, with a team on standby when help is required – without delay and with cost-effectiveness in mind. For example, our risk management services include disaster and contingency planning, with the aim to have experts on site within hours of an incident. Furthermore, find out about our loss protection systems aimed at reducing the impact of Escape of Water incidents or excessive costs due to hidden leaks (which could simply be a constantly running cistern).

So, what are you waiting for? Come and talk us at ALARM Conference to see how we can help you. In the meantime, take a look at some of our key services… 

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