Quality Service and Results
Turn Key Solution
Recovering from a disaster involves crucial decisions. Without knowledgeable and smart implementation, the result can be disastrous. Direction from a turn-key provider like Rescue Restoration can make an enormous difference in your recovery efforts. Rescue Restoration is a leader in the industry for single source accountability.
Rescue Restoration strictly adheres to all industry standards as well as federal and state government regulations. This includes local city and county building and/or environmental codes. Rescue Restoration complies with all national and international environmental protection laws. Rescue Restoration team of professionals undergo rigorous continuous training and education.
Our commitment to service, technology, use of equipment and recovery protocols meets or exceeds industry standards and guidelines. The industry standards Rescue Restoration adheres to, but is not limited to are the following:
- Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification Standard (IICRC) Water Damage Standard (S500) and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration
- IICRC Standard for Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup (S540)
- IICRC Mold Damage Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Damage Restoration (S520)
- Restoration Industry Association (RIA) Fire Damage Standard
Certifications and Licensing
Rescue Restoration maintains required certifications, licensing, bonding capacity, and insurance coverage in all areas, allowing Rescue Restoration to perform work in compliance with all state and federal regulations. Rescue Restoration also adheres to other various requirements as mandated by both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
FOUR PHASES OF AN EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Response: Quickly assess the situation and develop a proper restoration plan.
Stabilization: Mitigate and remediate further damage from water, mold, fire, smoke, bio-hazardous waste, other contaminants, toxins, and the elements. Stabilization includes but is not limited too; emergency reopairs, shrink wrap, shoring and bracing.
Recovery: Maintain the original structure and salvage important items and components.
Restoration: Repair damage and restore. The goal is to bring you back to, “pre-loss condition,” or BETTER!
IN THE EVENT OF A DISASTER, RESCUE RESTORATION
- Determines cost to replace vs. cost to restore.
- Implements all determined procedures with the utmost precision and care
- Guarantees clients receive the most direct path to complete project satisfaction