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How Can Moving Out Simplify Jacksonville Water Damage Recovery?

4/1/2021 (Permalink)

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Speed water mitigation and remediation in Jacksonville with a SERVPRO pack-out

In the chaos after a water emergency in your business, you might resist increasing the disruption by removing raw materials, machinery, inventory, or business records. However, arranging for a pack-out of all or a portion of the contents trapped in your water-logged commercial property is often the best strategy. Two advantages become apparent during a move-out:

  • The wet and damaged structure becomes easier to dry out and repair after the clearing of spaces.
  • The contents temporarily removed to avoid additional water damage and receive specialized evaluation and restoration away from the building's clean-up crews' hectic pace.

Can SERVPRO Keep Packed-Out Items Secure?

When SERVPRO recommends a pack-out as a Jacksonville commercial water damage intervention, many safeguards are in place. Our careful documentation proves essential for the support of insurance claims for both expensive restoration techniques and decisions to discard and purchase replacements of irreparably damaged items. We use the detailed Contents Claim Inventory Service (CCIS) to track items through:

  • Exhaustive lists of articles packed up and out
  • Barcoding technology
  • Digital photography

Insurance carriers frequently recommend hiring SERVPRO of Arlington / Jacksonville East to restore both structures and contents after water damage. One call to (904) 721-2230 provides professional assessment and a broad array of best practices strategies to get your business back on task.

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