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Contents Restoration Specialists are not “moving men” or “cleaning ladies” (although they have been mistaken for either or both). They are in fact elite professionals who restore instead of replace their client’s valuables - while saving massive

How does an adjuster or agent know they have a top notch team? Well, obviously the company’s reputation (testimonials) and credentials (training certificates and other electronic forms of proof) will certainly be a good foundation for your selection.

Many insurance companies have been telling us for decades that it is a good idea to review your policy at least once a year. And some agents are recommending a policy upgrade that includes coverage of the entire house and its contents...

If you have been one of our readers for the past few years you may recall the story of the two workers who were seen tossing fabulously expensive statuettes across several feet of a parking lot in order to speed up the pack out. Two of the sculptures were

Smoke may seem to dissipate as soon as you open windows and doors, but the particulates that are left behind coat everything with a complex mixture of destructive chemicals and smells. When wood gets hot, the “pores” open and any gasses that are flowi

Smoke may seem to dissipate as soon as you open windows and doors, but the particulates that are left behind coat everything with a complex mixture of destructive chemicals and smells. When wood gets hot, the “pores” open and any gasses that are flowi

Contractor/consultant Jim Thompson, (whom we are told got over 200 Walmart’s open after their individual disasters) tells us, “A good restoration company not only fires walls and carpets, restoration contractors can save the insureds ‘life blood’.

What does an adjuster do when he (she) sees a priceless antique china cabinet with thousands of dollars’ worth of fine dinnerware, about to be moved by a restoration crew and hears, “Get that bookcase out of the way and be careful of the dishes...

There are an extraordinary number of variables when restoring an insured’s valuables after a fire. Where did the fire start (kitchen, bedroom, laundry room, etc.)? What sort of fire was it (grease fires are very different from paper fires)?...

Homeowner’s policies don’t normally cover damages due to a flood (unless a separate policy is purchased), but there are policies that cover many different forms of water damage.

The restoration industry has benchmarks as well and even the contents restoration divisions have rules, regulations and standards. But the real professionals know that while benchmarks are excellent guidelines, there are subtleties...

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