No matter what type of disaster has happened– be it fire, flood, or severe weather of any nature – odds are, you have suffered damage to the contents in your home or office. For example, if your home is involved in a fire, your furniture may endure fire damage during the initial breakout, water damage from fire hoses during rescue efforts, and smoke and odor damage to your furniture after the event is over.
Content pack out is an essential part of the disaster cleanup process and involves the packing of damaged items in your home and their relocation to a safe area in our warehouse. When a Disaster Kleenup Specialists crew arrives at your home or business, they will proceed to pack up affected objects and deliver them to our warehouse, where the severity of their damage can be accessed. Disaster Kleenup Specialists pride themselves in having detailing inventory lists that are handed over to the property owner or manager. To get your life back on track as quickly and seamlessly as possible, we offer the following restoration services specifically to the contents themselves:
- Document Drying
- Upholstery Cleanup and Drying
- Photograph Drying
- Water-Damaged Electronics Cleanup
- Odor Elimination
- Residue Cleanup From Smoke, Soot, and Fire
Important documents can be saved from the destructive powers of water with expert handling. The sooner we are contacted and on site, the more likely we’ll be able to minimize your loss. As with documents, you must act quickly to recover your photographs from the effects of a garage flooding. Aside from the immediate effects of water contact, if not properly dried, mold and mildew can continue to destroy your photographs over time.
The content pack out preformed at your home or business also aids in the repair process of the property by clearing out the space. While the restoration and repairs are being done, your items are stored in our warehouse and cleaned appropriately. We safely store your contents until our crews are finished and your residence or business is restored to normal.