Pack Out and Storage Services
In the event of a flood or sewage back up, it is not only the home or building itself that can suffer extensive damage. It is the damage to your personal belongings that can be at times devastating. Our aim is to salvage as much of your personal belongings as possible ranging from your electronic equipment to your important documents. This is another important part to completing the restoration process.
If you your belongings have been water damaged or have been affected by a sewage back up, please do not throw anything out! Just because it looks like it may be un-salvageable, doesn’t mean it is. Let our Flood Services Canada professionals assess the situation and determine whether restoration is possible.
Whenever any home, business or commercial site has suffered any water or fire related disaster, it is vital to respond, and complete the pack-out and any moving & storing in a timely manner for 2 very important reasons:
- It will minimize the extent of your property loss by reducing the chance of subsequent damage. The longer the exposure to water, the greater will be the loss.
- It will allow your insurance company and Flood Services Canada IICRC technicians to determine what and if any, additional services are necessary.
- It will speed up the repairs to the areas affected by water damage without risk of content damage during the restoration phase.
Our IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) trained and certified Technicians have completed hundreds of pack outs and are experienced in every kind of Water Damage that can possibly occur. We will handle your items with extreme care, pack them and then move them to a secured, climate-controlled warehouse for safe storage. Organized storage of your personal items in such a facility also mitigates any further damage to your personal items and relieves you of these overwhelming tasks. It is at this storage facility that we will begin the contents claim inventory process. We will store your personal belongings for the entire duration of the restoration and repair.