When disaster strikes, your facility and possessions can be left wet, stained, burnt, contaminated, dirty, and odorous. Emergency services like the fire department can sometimes introduce water damage when putting out a fire. Cleaning and restoring your contents is a process that must be handled meticulously to ensure the best possible outcomes for property owners, especially for irreplaceable items like sensitive documents, expensive equipment, electronics, and artwork.
Content recovery and restoration services repair irreplaceable and valuable items that are too costly to replace. Content cleaning and recovery can include multiple trades and craftspeople for just one item, completely customized to meet the needs of property owners across the United States. ATI provides services such as ultrasonic cleaning, deodorizing, and document drying to compliment our emergency services.
“Contents,” by recovery and restoration industry definition, are anything not structurally a part of a commercial building. Content recovery and restoration services exist to repair the irreparable or repair valuable items that are too costly to replace.
ATI works with personal property tracking systems to photograph, document, take inventory, and sort your items to streamline the pack out, cleaning, and recovery process. Damaged personal belongings are then securely stored in temperature-controlled warehouse vaults, easily searchable through QR code labeling. ATI has experience handling confidential documents in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Protecting the privacy of our healthcare clients while restoring their contents is our top priority.
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is the certifying body covering and certifying restoration and recovery industry standards. Through IICRC, OSHA, and other programs, our content restoration teams train and receive certifications that allow the safe handling of items.
Contents vary from client to client but can include documents, electronics, furniture, collectibles, heirlooms, artwork, area rugs, etc.
Disaster recovery teams that handle contents can pack up, clean, repair, deodorize, store and track inventory, and handle every aspect of managing your contents during tumultuous times.
Document restoration, electronics/machinery restoration, fabrics or fibrous material restoration including services like dry cleaning and deodorization, removing contaminants from hard contents, art, heirlooms, antiques, and general Environmental Services are all part of what ATI offers for contents cleaning, recovery, and restoration.
It depends on the loss condition and the type of items, but more contents can be restored than most people assume. Documents, electronics, furniture, collectibles, heirlooms, and artwork are just some of the items that can be restored.
Depending on what’s been documented and prepped before a disaster, getting your business back in good condition will depend on the damage, building type and age, and contents condition. Recovery and restoration experts can assess the damage and give an estimated schedule on the time it will take to repair. Contact one of our restoration experts to learn more about the process that is needed for restoring your commercial property.
Recovery and restoration services salvage and restore your building and its contents to their original condition after a disaster. These services are focused on repair to damage. Recovery or restoration is often covered under insurance policies, while renovations are not. Renovations are typically reserved for the building itself, not the contents within a building.