Res·to·ra·tion: The return of something to a former owner, place, or condition.
An environmental disaster changes things. Mold, fire and smoke, and water intrusion are not only inconvenient and costly interruptions; they can also introduce potential hazards and odors that persist after the initial cleanup. Professional remediation and restoration services not only mitigate the disaster, but also ensure that the conditions don’t get worse.
At New England Remediation Services, we excel in bringing restoration to areas affected by:
You want to make sure that the remediation company you hire covers all bases of the remediation and restoration process:
1.) Inspection – If the inspection was not done thoroughly – as in the case of water intrusion – conditions will return and all the money spent to fix it is wasted. An independent appraisal from a qualified remediation firm should outline a multi-pronged approach to remediation. Do not just go on what the insurance adjuster or building contractor says!
2.) Demolition – Careful demolition of mold-infested building materials prevents it from becoming established in other areas of the home. Homeowners should not attempt to demo a room that is infested with mold.
3.) Remediation – Thorough remediation involves more than just spraying some chemical or painting over odors. Do not go any further until the entire source has been dealt with! At NERS, we shoot for 99% mold-free. We don’t want to have to rip out after we rebuild!
4.) Re-Construction – Many remediation companies subcontract the construction project after remediation. At NERS, our own in-house construction team rebuilds the area – whether kitchen, bath, or basement – siding or decks. Nothing is left to chance or poor communication.