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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
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In our last post (which you can read here) we talked a little bit about some flood repair tips. One of the biggest problems in our industry is that people don’t know what to do after a disaster. That’s why in this article, we’re going to give you more information about the steps you can take. Instead of flood repair tips, we’re going to give you some fire damage restoration tips so that you know what actions to take after a fire hits your property. The last thing we want is for you to panic because you don’t know what to do after a fire. It’s our hope that guides like this will give you a general idea of what to do after disaster strikes so that you’re not left waiting with no clue how to begin the restoration process.
In the past, we’ve taken some time to tell you about all of the different fire damage restoration services that we offer here at Delta Restoration Services. (If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out our blog post about these services here.) But one of the things that often leaves people stumped is how to remove smoke damage. Most people think that cleaning up smoke damage is as simple as throwing your clothes in the wash or scrubbing your walls. Unfortunately, it’s just not that easy. In today’s article, we’ll talk a little bit about why that is and how to remove smoke damage. Whether it’s something you decide to take on yourself or get professional help with, we think it’s important for you to have as much information as possible. We’re always committed to making our industry easier for you to understand.
We’ve been taking a lot of time lately to talk about the disaster restoration industry, but today we want to talk about something a little different. Instead of giving you fire prevention tips (if you’re looking for those, be sure to check out this article here), we’re going to discuss an achievement that we’re incredibly proud of. For those of you that don’t know, Delta Restoration Services has a partner company called Encompass Environmental. And this year, Encompass Environmental was selected for the 2019 Best of Grand Junction Award in the category of Contractor. In today’s article, we’ll talk a little bit about the significance of this award, what it means to be selected, and why this is important for both Encompass Environmental and Delta Restoration Services. We couldn’t be prouder of our partner company, and we’re so excited to tell you about their incredible achievement.
Fire damage is a scary concept. It can burn precious items, cause terrible smoke damage, and even threaten the structure of your home. The best way to deal with fire damage is to avoid starting a fire in the first place. That’s why we wanted to take some time to tell you a few things you can do. It’s our goal to make a list of fire damage prevention tips Grand Junction can use for reference. The more fires we can prevent, the fewer destroyed homes and lost items that we’ll have in our city. It’s always been our goal to bring you peace of mind in uncertain times—that’s why we’ve also taken time to give you tips to prevent flood damage in an article you can find here. We think that making sure your peace of mind is never disturbed in the first place is incredibly important.
At Delta Restoration Services, we’re dedicated to teaching you as much as we can about disaster restoration. But an important step in informing you is making sure that what you know is actually correct. It’s no use for us to give you good information without first dispelling common misconceptions. When people try to fix things but don’t have the right tools or information to do so, they can often make things worse. It’s our goal to make sure that never happens. We want to make sure that you’re well-informed so you can choose the right course of action after a disaster. Is it possible to handle yourself? Should you call a professional? These questions are ones that we aim to answer on our blog. That’s today we’re going to debunk some common smoke and fire damage myths. The more you know, the better prepared you are when disaster strikes.
Recently on our blog, we’ve been giving you information about the specific things we do at Delta Restoration Services. But we think that it’s important sometimes to take step back and give you a broad overview as well. We don’t want to get so lost in the specifics that you forget about all the different services that we provide. Whether it’s mold cleanup, flood damage restoration, or even construction, we think it’s important for you to have a guide on all the things we offer. We want to teach you just us just as much about us as we teach you about our industry. We’ve always been interested in openness and transparency so that you’re not confused or lost after a disaster. That’s why in this article, we’re going to talk a little bit about each of Delta’s disaster cleanup services and what we offer to the Western Slope.
At Delta Restoration Services, we offer many different kinds of services, from mold removal to flood restoration. But one of our most important services is fire damage restoration because Western Colorado is an area prone to fires. In 2018 alone, wildfires burned over 400,000 acres of land in Colorado. So in today’s article, we wanted to talk a little bit about what fire damage restoration is and what the process entails. Though most people understand that fire can damage your home or business, what happens next in the fire damage restoration process isn’t always so clear. We’re always dedicated to making sure that you understand what we do because we want cleaning up after a disaster to be as painless as possible. Your peace of mind is our number one priority, and we think that helping you learn about what we do will take one more weight off your chest.
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.
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?”
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.