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Questions You Need to Ask Your Restoration Company | SERVPRO® of East Honolulu

10/21/2019 (Permalink)

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Any time a property sustains damage, there are many logistical hoops to jump through. For small businesses, there are a few more hoops than normal due to the fact that a business owner’s livelihood could be in jeopardy. It is a dismal yet important statistic: 40 to 60% of small businesses cannot reopen following a disaster.

Because of the high stakes of commercial restoration, asking your potential company some important questions will go a long way in picking someone reputable to work with.

1. What Is the Emergency Process?

Many cases of property damage will continue to worsen as long as they are left untreated. A company with a solid emergency response time, 24-hour emergency line and a team of professionals trained to respond quickly is your best bet for not letting things get out of hand.

We are ready and prepared to respond at all hours of the day thanks to our own 24-hour emergency line that allows us to respond to damage rapidly. This allows us to begin the work of cleaning up so that business owners can focus more on their own tasks.

2. What Is the Employee Training Process?

The technicians who are working to restore your business are the ultimate determining factor in the quality of work. A company that employs and thoroughly trains professional technicians will be happy to share with you a bit about their education process.

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) sets forth industry training standards, which are what we use for our own teams. Additionally, certifications and online learning courses are supplied and encouraged so everyone can expand their knowledge.

3. What Is the Equipment Selection Process?

The quality of restoration equipment is essential to the quality of work, and technological advancements have made many pieces of machinery obsolete. That is why choosing a company who carefully selects its equipment is essential.

Our own machinery is chosen based on the guidelines from the IICRC to guarantee we use the best technology to perform the best commercial restoration work.

If you’re in need of commercial restoration, do not hesitate to make the call so you can get your business back faster. Our trained experts are here to help 24/7—contact us today.

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