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Yes, most insurance will cover a biohazard cleanup. However, every insurance policy is different in what it will cover, so be sure to review your policy to ensure you have the coverage relating to biohazardous agents.
If it’s not standing water, often, water damage can remain hidden. You won’t notice the damage until it worsens. The signs of water damage include an unpleasant mildew-like odor, wall stains, peeling paint, warped flooring, and mold. Contact a restoration professional to moisture map your facility and ensure dry conditions.
Regularly check areas with high moisture content and clean with disinfectants and/or antimicrobial solutions. Keep those areas as dry as possible to prevent a mold infestation.
It depends on the extent of the damage. Smaller fires usually require basic repairs and deodorizing the spaces impacted by smoke. Larger fires may require an entire structural repair. ATI’s number one goal is to get buildings back to their original state and your business back on track. Disaster recovery services are comprehensive, engaging every level of reconstruction and repair needed in getting your business back to normal. Engage a disaster recovery service that focuses on every scope of work in repairing a property.