Things to know about mitigation
Mitigation and restoration are drastically different. Mitigation concentrates on minimizing how much damage there is after a disaster. Restoration concentrates on repairing what has been damaged. Whether it is in your home or at your business, a disaster due to water or fire is devastating. It is vital to start mitigation immediately in order to preserve the property. The loss information should be sent to the insurance company's mitigation vendor if the client hasn't called for services themselves. That vendor should arrive within 4 hours and have their crew begin emergency work. By the 8 hour mark, the insurance company should have all updates on the work being completed. We work hard to clean up a loss and make it "Like it never even happened."