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How SERVPRO Can Restore Damaged Documents

6/9/2020 (Permalink)

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How SERVPRO Can Restore Damaged Documents

Even though businesses today rely increasingly on electronic files, companies still have important physical documents, as well. A fire or flood could harm those items while also damaging the physical structure of a commercial building. While some companies offer document restoration services, the cost can be extensive.
Wouldn’t it be great if an emergency cleanup company in Cleveland, FL, also performed document drying? That’s exactly what SERVPRO does. It handles the drying itself instead of outsourcing the service to another business. This reduces the restoration cost and thus lowers the amount of the insurance claim. Best of all, this company can clean and restore all types of documents, including:

  • Magazines and books
  • Maps and blueprints
  • Paper documents
  • Parchment
  • X-rays
  • Negatives, films, microfiche, and photographs

Restoration Facility
The full-service restoration facility dries, cleans, and re-jackets the damaged items. Your clients won't have to worry about any proprietary information being stolen, either. That’s because the facility is under constant surveillance and is managed by HIPPA master-certified technicians.

Restoration Technology
The document restoration team also utilizes the latest technology to sterilize and disinfect the various papers. After all, floodwaters can expose the documents to viruses, bacteria, and harmful chemicals. The documents are thus treated with the same freeze-drying process that the Library of Congress uses for historical books. In fact, this vacuum freeze-drying technology is the only one approved by the General Services Administration and the National Archives and Records Administration.
The cleanup professionals also understand the value of digitizing key documents. The restoration process thus also includes the conversion of photos and paper files into digital formats.
SERVPRO provides document restoration services after a storm, fire or other disaster. The company's experts use the latest technology and an innovative facility to get photos, books, and even X-rays back to the same condition they were in prior to the emergency. It is no wonder that the business is a preferred vendor for most insurance agencies. You should thus set up a relationship with the franchise in your area.

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