Save Damaged Documents With SERVPRO
SERVPRO Can Help You Save Documents That Have Been Damaged.
As an insurance agent, you always have to consider cost when working on residential damage claims. One issue that can lead to high expenditures is document restoration, especially where highly valuable items are concerned. Luckily, SERVPRO has a drying solution that can work for both you and your Andrews, NC, clients.
What It Is
The drying process is completed by restoration specialists who are trained in proper recovery techniques for both papers and photographs. The steps involved include the following:
- Drying - This is completed with a modern vacuum freeze-drying method, used by the Library of Congress to save important documents.
- Disinfection - This is accomplished through gamma radiation that helps to eliminate viruses, bacteria or other harmful contaminants.
- Digitizing services - These special services allow you to preserve documents in a digital form, where they can no longer be harmed by natural disasters or fires.
SERVPRO’s freeze-dry document restoration process is the only one that is approved by both the General Services Administration (GSA) and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The company’s state-of-the-art facilities and highly trained technicians combine to ensure that each document is preserved and restored as thoroughly as possible.
What Is Covered
Besides important paperwork and treasured photographs, the drying process can be applied to the following types of documents:
There are very few limits on what kinds of homeowner documents can be dried and restored using the freeze-dry and decontamination process.
How It Helps
Insurance professionals like you know that restoration is always more cost-effective for an insurance company than replacement. This is especially true in a situation where something priceless is considered, such as a cherished photograph or a rare document. Document restoration from SERVPRO is one way that insurance providers, like the one you work with, can cut back on claims costs while keeping customers happy.