How MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration Cleans Your Worst Messes — Fast and Easy
There are certain messes that require professional intervention: fire, flood, mold, biohazard, and other situations resulting from a weather-related or other disastrous event.
As damage to your business or home can result in loss of business, loss of property, and disruption of day-to-day life, it is important that you have a knowledgeable professional that you can trust to restore your property quickly and efficiently. We turned to our friends at MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration for their advice on starting the restoration process:
1) Identify and address the source of the issue to prevent further damage.
2) Take your own photo/video documentation for your records.
3) Get professional help immediately and keep communication lines open at all times throughout the process. A third party can help advise and advocate for you on how to properly navigate the process with your insurance company if applicable.
Serving the Capital Region of New York for 30 years, MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration has knowledgeable and experienced technicians and staff who will assist you with all aspects of the restoration process. They put client interests and communication as their highest priorities to ensure your business or home is restored quickly, while never compromising professionalism or quality.
No matter what the extent of damage is, MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration will develop a plan of action based on your unique needs. Flooding at your business or home typically requires a restorative process of water extraction, drying, demolition and mold prevention. Even though specific actions often vary on a case-by-case basis, MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration will always carry out necessary restorative processes, working with you throughout the entire process, offering guidance and education along the way.
With mold, MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration, according to their website, states that the “key principle for mold remediation projects is to correct the root cause of the growth. Even the best cleanup will be ineffective if the moisture problems are not addressed. We work to provide a clean and dry environment that obstructs new spore colonization". On the left is a before shot; the right is what it looked like after remediation and encapsulation:
MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration can also help businesses create a Business Continuity plan prior to facing a disaster, which includes developing a plan of action to keep your business operating even if you have to vacate the building, set up IT support, migrate internal processes, and much more. MacFawn Restoration even offers educational seminars on Business Continuity to help businesses prepare in the event of a future disaster.
MacFawn Fire & Flood Restoration also offers services designed to kill harmful germs and viruses to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and similar illnesses.