Fire & Smoke Damage Expertise You Can Trust

ATI repairs all property damage caused by fire, smoke, and soot. Our Fire and Smoke Restoration Technicians construct the best plan that covers scoping, mitigation, cleaning, deodorization, subrogation, spoliation, and documentation of commercial fire and smoke-damaged structures and contents. These IICRC-certified disaster recovery teams construct the best plan to quickly get your building back to its pre-loss condition. ATI’s team specializes in both commercial and residential smoke and fire damage restoration.

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We’re Ready When Fires Strike

Fires are on the rise; wildfires are becoming more common and more intense. Whether a large fire destroyed most of your property or a small one left smoke and odor residue, ATI’s fire damage team has you covered. Our comprehensive services can restore or rebuild what you’ve lost while quickly and thoroughly cleaning the soot and smoke odor.


Once the fire has been extinguished, swift recovery makes it critical to contact ATI to evaluate the extent of the damage and help you plan the repairs your property will need to prevent further damage. Our disaster recovery professionals work with your insurance company throughout the process to ensure there are no surprises about coverage.

Business owners and property managers are often surprised by what can and can’t be salvaged after a fire. With today’s technology, a disaster recovery firm can revive even the most damaged properties, saving you time and money. ATI’s team can identify what can be repaired and cleaned and help you better understand what is covered under your insurance policy. 

Services That Help You Rebuild

Preparedness Is Your Best Defense
The most critical factor in recovering from a disaster is time. In our experience, the longer it takes to respond to a disaster, the higher the cost of recovery. ATI has developed a tool to help you recover quickly from a disaster. Our Emergency Response Agreement (ERA) provides for priority service in times of peak demand, providing for rapid response and efficient recovery. Our ERAs feature pre-determined pricing, taking the guesswork out of your recovery budget process. An ERA from ATI can be an important part of your Disaster Recovery Plan, providing peace of mind should an unfortunate disaster event occur.
Disaster Recovery Planning is often an afterthought. For those entities that are fortunate enough to have a plan, many times it has been developed without the benefit of a Disaster Recovery firm. ATI has helped thousands of clients prepare for and recover from disaster events. When identifying your Disaster Recovery Team of internal and external stakeholders, be sure to include more than one Disaster Recovery provider. This will ensure that you are adequately prepared if an emergency or disaster occurs.
Emergencies and disasters often pose major challenges to smaller companies. These challenges can impact their ability to respond quickly, staff the work, and deal effectively with a myriad of resulting environmental issues.

Small firms and franchises often have limited local resources and can be quickly overwhelmed. Their resources may be adequate for day-to-day events, but when dealing with a large-scale disaster or widespread emergency storm event, small teams can quickly find themselves overwhelmed. With multiple emergencies occurring at once, small firms and franchises may not be able to respond at all.

For larger emergency and disaster events, larger firms with scalability are critical. With more resources readily available at their disposal, larger Disaster Recovery firms will:
• Implement a quick response & recovery plan
• Limit operational interruption
• Contain and mitigate environmental, toxic or biological exposures
• Be in full compliance with regulations to avoid unnecessary fines & penalties
• Safeguard all stakeholders from potential illness or injury

When identifying your Disaster Recovery Team of internal and external stakeholders, be sure to include one or more large Disaster Recovery providers. This will ensure that you are adequately prepared if a larger-scale disaster occurs.
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