ATI’s disaster recovery services include highly certified responders and over 30 years of experience to restore what you’ve lost, whether through a restoration, a rebuild, or a combination of both. We’re ready to help property owners save time and money by salvaging and restoring the parts and pieces left from a catastrophe. Our technology and experts get your home back to pre-loss condition. Our team also specializes in commercial disaster restoration.
Our catastrophe team will connect with you within 24 hours.
If your property experiences a large loss due to a disaster, our Catastrophe Services (CAT) Team is here to help. Supplemented by our strategically placed and equipped CAT Trailers, ATI offers immediate support and thorough scope of services and equipment that can become available within 48 hours of deployment throughout the continental U.S., so we can get you back to pre-loss condition faster.
Before disaster strikes, our technicians can help you plan ahead, evaluating your property and identifying vulnerable areas where you can proactively make repairs, preventing further damage should a catastrophic event occur. After disasters, our emergency services team mobilizes quickly to evaluate and devise a restoration plan for both your building and its contents, getting you back to your daily life as soon as possible.
Following disasters, buildings usually need a blend of disaster recovery services. Storms can lead to standing water that seeps into the foundations and compromises a property’s strength, requiring structural repair. Trees may fall on a roof that needs reconstruction, allowing moisture intrusion and leading to potential mold remediation. Storm damage may have cut an electrical line and sparked a fire. Fires requiring a fire hose to be used will require water damage repair as well as smoke soot and odor removal. The scenarios are endless. No matter the disaster, our fast response time and our comprehensive repair services will get you back to normal life quickly.
This depends on your building’s condition, location, and age, but most losses are usually flood/water and fire related. Work with your disaster recovery company to evaluate your properties and identify unique potential hazards. On the west coast, earthquakes are especially prevalent. On the east coast, hurricanes are a concern. States nationwide can be affected by wildfires, severe storms, tornadoes, and winter weather.
A good disaster recovery company is a turnkey restoration company that provides a holistic approach. With over 30 years of experience, there isn’t a type of disaster ATI hasn’t seen nor a type of facility we haven’t restored. This means property owners aren’t working with (and managing) multiple vendors and contractors. Also, most disaster recovery companies operate 24/7/365, meaning you have access to rapid response during off-hours and holidays. A strong working partnership will also help you recover from loss more quickly and cost-effectively due to the contractor’s familiarity with your staff and knowledge of your building’s schematics and contents.
Cost depends on the type and extent of damage. If you’ve experienced a disaster, call ATI as soon as possible to receive a fast quote, recovery plan, and immediate response from our professionally trained technicians.
Mitigation is a preventative measure that can help prepare your property in advance or in response to a known issue. Recovery or restoration addresses an issue, and resolves it. Recovery/restoration and mitigation services often go hand in hand.
ATI’s employees are some of the best-trained technicians in the country. We prioritize certification and training, offering our teams the tools to continuously learn and grow. Our services are comprehensive, from mitigation to reconstruction, offering you one point of contact from start to finish. Our emergency services mobilize quickly, assess the situation, and mitigate damage while working with your insurance carrier, making sure we create a comprehensive recovery and/or reconstruction plan. We work fast when called at the time of a disaster, but can move even faster if we have an Emergency Response Agreement (ERA) established with you.