Stabilization in disaster restoration is simply defined as controlling the environment so that the damage does not get worse. When an Unlimited Restoration response team arrives on the scene, technicians quickly assess the damage and create an action plan.
Timing is everything. Knowing what to do at this stage can have a significant impact on the duration and effectiveness of the recovery process. The site is evaluated for potential health and safety issues that may arise because of the event. At the same time, technicians will take steps to mitigate further damage to the building structure and utilities as well as critical documents, machinery, electronics, and inventories.
Depending upon the type and extent of the damage, stabilization may also include security, board-up, temporary weatherproofing, containment, water extraction, corrosion control and selective demolition.
URI has seen the worst of the worst and has the right people and equipment in place to respond, assess the damage and implement a restoration plan regardless of the type or extent of the loss. That is why countless insurance carriers and property owners alike count on Unlimited Restoration.