Contents Cleaning Grand Junction
Contents Cleaning Grand Junction
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.
There are several companies offering contents cleaning in Grand Junction, but Delta Restoration Services is the only company on the western slope that has full capability contents cleaning. What this means is that we can help you take back everything that a disaster has taken from you. Contents cleaning can help restore a variety of damaged items, including soft items (which includes things like upholstered items, cloths, and fabrics), hard items (which includes things like wood, furnishings, and solid surfaces), collectibles and antiques, and electronic items. If you check out our Contents Restoration page here, you can see before and after pictures of items that were damaged by smoke and fire and returned to their pre-disaster state. It’s an incredible process that helps you restore your quality-of-life and makes sure that disasters don’t get to keep what they take.
How Does Contents Cleaning Work?
Contents cleaning happens in many different ways, and each method is specific to the items that are damaged. Delta Restoration Services has a broad array of equipment needed for contents cleaning as well as a state-of-the-art contents cleaning facility. We have access to powerful tools like our Esporta wash system that make sure your property comes out clean as a whistle. But to many people, contents cleaning might be a confusing or unclear concept—it’s a lot less easy to picture than rebuilding a house. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as tossing all of your damaged items in a washing machine and hoping for the best. It requires trained professionals, up-to-date technology, and access to the best equipment available. So let’s talk a little bit about the kinds of tools we use, what they’re for, and how they can offer the best contents cleaning for your home or business.
Remember that Esporta wash system I mentioned before? It’s a system that allows us to fully clean and restore your soft items. There are many benefits to using an Esporta wash system for contents cleaning rather than sending your soft items to a dry-cleaning facility like many restoration companies do. The most important of these is that using this wash system has better results than standard dry-cleaning. An Esporta wash system is twice as powerful as normal dry-cleaning. Let’s say a fire occurred in your home and your beloved sweater was damaged by smoke—would you want it to come back completely clean or just cleaner? The difference between standard dry-cleaning and an Esporta wash system is the difference between a smudged sweater and one that looks like it did before the emergency. You can find some of the other great benefits of using an Esporta wash system here.
Ultrasonic And Electronics Cleaning
Delta Restoration Services also uses Fireline ultrasonic cleaning, which helps restore hard items and removes contaminants from your belongings. It’s also both gentle and fragrance-free, so you can go back to using your plates and cups without worrying about strange smells. Our goal isn’t to replace the smell of smoke on your items with the smell of disinfectants or chemicals. We simply want to help you go back to living your life as normal without a constant reminder of your emergency. We’ve talked a little bit about smoke damage before and why it can be so difficult to remove—you can find an article about smoke damage here. If you’ve stood in front of a bonfire, you know how long the smell of smoke can last. Our ultrasonic cleaner makes use of the latest wave sweep technology, which makes sure your items return to you smoke- and contaminant-free.
But homes aren’t always the places that are affected by natural disasters. Fires and floods can happen anywhere—your business can fall victim to an emergency, too. When this occurs, electronics are damaged, and we all know how important electronics are to a modern workplace. That’s why Delta Restoration Services makes use of a Fireline ionizer, a tool that allows us to restore electronics to their original condition. Computers are a valuable resource, one that businesses often can’t do without. But one of the difficulties in cleaning computers and electronics is avoiding additional damage to the electronics during the cleaning process. Our ionizer solves this problem—it’s safe to use, effective, and won’t harm even the most sensitive electronics. Contents cleaning means restoring everything important that a disaster has taken from you, and that includes extremely important items like computers and electronics.
All of the technologies that we use in contents cleaning are specially designed to ensure that you get back to life-as-normal as soon as possible. Disasters are painful, destructive, and can happen to anyone. Sewage, fire, and even clean water can damage precious items, valuable electronics, and more. Contents cleaning is the way that we fight back. It allows you to restore your damaged items and, most importantly, your peace of mind. Nobody wants to live through a disaster more than once, but having damaged items can force you to relive it over and over again. Contents cleaning may not make you forget everything that happened, but it will allow you to live your life without a constant reminder of what was taken from you. We want you to get back to business-as-usual as soon as you can after a disaster—and this is made possible through contents cleaning.
*This post was written by Third Loft Marketing.