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Delta was a great experience friendy great job I would used Delta again and recommend to anybody Bruce was very helpful we appreciate. Walter F
Called and they had people on site the very same day. Jeremy W
Dependable service. Highly recommend. Jeannette H
Guys did a great job. I hope I don't need you again but will call if necessary. Alden L
You had an unusual task that our insurance company had never heard of: Cleanup after a fire extinguisher exploded in a bedroom leaving extinguisher residue 360 degrees in the room. You did an outstanding cleanup of everything. Thank You!. Srd S
We were totally satisfied by the work done in our home by Delta Disaster Services. Everyone in their organization proved to be professional in every respect. Richard D and Emily F Adams
Delta was a great experience friendy great job I would used Delta again and recommend to any body Bruce was very helpful we appreciate Walter Feitosa. Walter F
Last week, we talked a little bit about the different roles of insurance agents, insurance adjusters, and restoration contractors (feel free to check it out here in case you missed it). To briefly summarize, an insurance agent writes you a policy to protect you in the case of a disaster, and the insurance adjuster surveys the damages to make sure that you’re paying no more and no less than what your policy allows for. Restoration contractors—companies like us—give the insurance adjuster honest estimates and do the actual repair work. But one thing that we touched on but didn’t have a chance to cover in depth was how the insurance agent interacts with the restoration contractor through the referral process. In Part 2, we’ll talk more about the restoration contractor / insurance agent / adjuster relationship and cover the referral process.
At Delta Restoration Services, we always want to make sure that everything is easy for you. Part of that is explaining complicated processes so that you feel confident you’re making the right decision after an unexpected disaster occurs. Sometimes, people shy away from hiring a water damage cleanup company because they’re not sure how exactly the process will work with their insurance. That’s why we wanted to make a brief post explaining the restoration contractor / insurance agent / adjuster relationship. This article will be Part 1 of a 2-Part series, so check back in next week to read the rest of the information we have for you! We want to make sure that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision so that you can keep your peace of mind. In this article, we’ll mostly be focusing on each party’s role in the restoration process.
Just recently, we attended Delta’s National Convention in Portland, OR. We’ve been to other conventions held elsewhere in previous years—you can read about how well we did at Delta’s National Convention in 2018 in an article we posted here. Just as the Delta franchise has continued to grow, we've been hard at work improving our cleaning and restoration services over the past year. We’re a small part of a huge franchise (more on that later), and all the different Delta locations have been doing amazing work! This year’s convention focused on marketing and just how much the Delta franchise has grown. We’re proud to be a part of such a successful franchise, and we can’t wait to keep growing. In this article, we’ll talk about why marketing is so important for any company, how we’ve grown, and how we’re more dedicated than ever to serving our communities.
As many of you already know, we like to be open and honest with everything going on at Delta Restoration Services. In the past, we’ve updated you about things going on with us like the creation of our Operations Manual (which you can read more about here). But now, we’re proud to announce something a little different: we’ve partnered with All Hands and Hearts, a volunteer-powered relief program that helps communities rebuild after natural disasters (here’s a link to their website). We’re so excited to be working with them—we think it’s just another way that we can help make our home a little better. As Grand Junction’s foremost restoration contractors, it’s important to us to make sure we’re giving back to the people and communities that support us; that’s why Delta Restoration Services and All Hands and Hearts have paired together to give back to our community.
Whether you’ve failed to ventilate your bathroom correctly, had flood damage in cool areas of your house, or left your food out of the fridge for too long, you’ve probably had run-ins with mold. But “mold” is a vague word. The problem lies in the fact that what we commonly refer to as mold comes in many different varieties—so many different varieties, in fact, that “mold” as a term by itself isn’t very useful at all. There are at least 12 different types of common mold found in homes. In this article, we’ll cover a few of the mold types and mold remediation; it’s important for us to dispel some myths that could hurt you. At Delta Restoration Services, we’re dedicated to making your life as comfortable as possible. And as a professional mold remediation company, we know a thing or two about getting rid of mold.
Organization is one of the biggest keys to success, especially in a business as important as disaster restoration. The more organized we are as a company, the better we can handle disasters and restore your home or business to its pre-disaster state. We’ve always been open in sharing what’s been going on with us at Delta Restoration Services, so we wanted to take a moment to let you know about something important we’re undertaking. Part of getting serious about our business is laying out ground rules and building a structure for our company that will last for generations. That’s why we’ve recently begun the process of writing out a flood cleanup company’s operations manual—something that we feel will bring more efficiency, reliability, and permanence to our company. So let’s talk about what an operations manual is and why it’s so important to us to lay down the groundwork now.
If you’ve ever forgotten to clean out your dryer lint, accidentally charred a meal on the stovetop, or left something in the oven a little longer than you meant to, then you’ve probably experienced the negative effects of smoke damage. Stained fabrics, damaged items, and a lingering smell are all products of this kind of damage. But as easy as it is to picture roaring flames eating up precious clothing or important documents, we rarely stop to think about what can happen far away from where a fire spreads. Even in a small, contained house fire that is put out by a homeowner, smoke damage can affect your belongings. This leaves many homeowners scratching their heads and wondering just how to get rid of that pesky smell. In this blog, we’ll answer a couple of common questions: “What is smoke damage, and can you clean it yourself?”
When people think of emergencies, they often picture tornadoes destroying their homes or lightning setting fire to their property. But while this can occur, it doesn’t account for all of the things that can possibly be damaged in your home when disaster strikes. Precious items like important documents, electronics, or even your favorite sweater can be damaged by things such as smoke and mold, consequences of water and fire damage that are often forgotten. Houses can be rebuilt—but what do you do with your items when all the damage is cleared and they’re still not the way they were before the emergency? At times like these, contents cleaning becomes necessary. Searching “contents cleaning Grand Junction” online will show you just how important it can be to make sure everything in your home or business is restored.
“Mold removal Grand Junction” is a very commonly searched term online. Even though we live in a very dry part of the country, mold is still very common. Look in the dark, neglected parts of your kitchen and bathroom and you just may find discolored sections. If you haven’t read it yet, we recently created another similar blog post at the end of March on mold removal.
Expert Water Damage Mitigation in Grand Junction & Beyond
Delta Restoration Services® experts are highly trained and certified in all phases of disaster cleanup, repair, mitigation and restoration. We've built our business on our commitment to our customers, ensuring that we protect your property like it's our own.
All staff members at Delta Restoration Services® of Western Colorado have become officially trained and certified experts through the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). This institution has prepared our team for all types of disaster mitigation and clean-up and trained them with the most advanced equipment and techniques.
The IICRC prides itself on having the highest globally recognized standards and certifications for inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries.
Delta Restoration Services® of Western Colorado has acquired several certifications from IICRC, including the following:
IICRC Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT)
IICRC Applied Structural Drying Technician (ASD)
IICRC Fire and Smoke Remediation Technician / Odor Control Technician (FSRT / OCT) Combo
Our Delta Restoration Services® crew will provide all necessary services to complete the entire recovery process, including the mitigation, restoration, and reconstruction of your residential or commercial property so that you can minimize your profit and productivity losses.