From flooding and hurricanes to bursting or leaky pipes, water damage can happen anywhere at any time. Different restoration experts handle water damage in different ways, but finding a balance between time, labor, materials, and successful restoration is essential in every case. With new advancements in water damage restoration (WDR) and a careful look into the science, restoration experts can formulate a strategy that is best for their own business, the insurance company, and the homeowners.
SunGlo Services was recently accompanied by Restoration and RemediationMagazine while attending to a fire restoration case, but it quickly became apparent hoarding was the bigger problem. Hoarding, which is characterized by the obsessive acquiring of random objects and often accompanied by unsanitary living conditions, is among a niche group of small but quickly growing situations defined as ‘forensic restoration.’ Like hoarding, situations requiring forensic restoration are on the rise and the industry has responded with organized safety, sanitation and inspection guidelines developed specifically for forensic restoration.