The window of opportunity to prevent mold growth is measured in hours, not days or weeks. To prevent mold from developing, you need a fast response from a professional water damage restoration contractor like Class One. Although really dangerous molds are not an everyday occurrence, any mold has the potential to cause health problems and proper removal is critical.
From initial air quality testing and mold identification to safe removal methods, we make sure your property is repaired quickly and professionally.
The restoration process is very scientific. To determine if your property can be restored or must be replaced, we evaluate three criteria:
Amount of Property Damage
Degree of Contamination
Replacement Costs vs. Restoration Costs
At Class One we use a specialized process requiring a unique combination of training and ability. Our professional mold removal teams are considered the best in the industry. The owner, Brent Bowthorpe even teaches classes in the industry on professional mold remediation.
Our professional mold mitigation services include:
Water is the single most long-term destructive substance in the indoor environment. Excess moisture or flooding can cause structures and personal property to rapidly deteriorate. The problem becomes more serious when the water is unsanitary or clean-up services are delayed.
The harmful effects of water are sharply reduced by prompt and effective intervention, especially within the first 24-48 hours. Even though the damage may look severe, cleanup and restoration can produce amazing results. From furniture to family heirlooms, office computers to production machinery, Class One Disaster Recovery has successfully restored water-damaged structures and property for more than 30 years.
Class One Disaster Recovery has successfully rebuilt many wind-damaged households through the years. It is in situations like these that our team’s specialized skill sets are required. Rebuilding part of a home is very different from a new construction facility. Building materials, design and finishes must all be matched to the remaining structure, while moisture remaining in the building components may need to be addressed as well.
If not promptly and properly dealt with, water damage can cause major business interruption, financial burdens and potential health risks.
The fire damage restoration process includes mitigating damage, providing smoke damage cleanup and water restoration as quickly as possible after the damage first occurs. Beyond the visible structural damage, contents inside the structure must be evaluated for recovery based on a number of factors including:
Replacement Cost vs. Restoration Cost, Effect of Smoke and Heat
Loss of Use, Loss of Value, Decreased Life Expectancy & Sentimental Value
In an instant, Mother Nature can unleash powerful weather patterns, leaving behind substantial storm damage to your home or business. Wind, water, hail and downed trees are just some of the things that can expose your property and contents, whatever their size, to the elements. It is at this time that immediate storm damage restoration is key to your property’s safety and recovery.
At Class One, we offer immediate help to secure your property and prevent further damage from occurring.
Class One's fire restoration services can include: emergency board-up, demolition, soot removal film application, thermal deodorization to mitigate smoke damage, and complete reconstruction. Count on Class One fire damage restoration services to answer your call. ~ We have the Licensing, Knoweledge & ability to start from scratch
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The first 24- to 48- hours after fire damage are known as the “golden hours” of recovery. An effective emergency response that quickly stabilizes the facility ensures the recovery of as much property as possible. The acidic soot and smoke damage that is often produced when fires are extinguished accelerates the deterioration and corrosion of building components and vital assets. To compound the problem, fires are most frequently extinguished with dry chemicals or water. Plus, the toxic smoke odor left behind must be neutralized and deodorized.