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Beacon, Fishkill, Wappingers, Hopewell and Poughkeepsie Business Owners Can Count On Us When They Need Restoration Services

2/26/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO employee wearing black shirt reviewing restoration plans on tablet with business owner in gray suit SERVPRO of Western Dutchess County knows restoration inside and out. Here are some of our best tips in choosing the right restoration company.

We’re here 24/7 to support all Dutchess County business owners after being impacted by a disaster like a fire, flood, severe storm, sewage backup or a biohazard situation.

We know as an owner that it can feel like you’re facing an uphill battle after a disaster. But as a business owner in our area, you have a powerful partner in the local SERVPRO of Western Dutchess County team. We’re always here to help you when you need advice and support.

Tips to Help Business Owners Thrive After a Commercial Restoration Project

Your business has what it takes to thrive even after damage has been done. But you need to know the best steps to take to help you move forward. Here’s what we recommend:

Your disaster plan is vital. It’s difficult for most business owners and their families to focus and think clearly after a damaging event. That’s why it’s smart to plan for these situations before they happen. Before you need it, build an emergency plan and spend time reviewing and learning the steps. If you’re impacted by a disaster, read the steps you laid out again (or a few times) and follow them carefully.

Document the damage you’ve suffered. Take plenty of pictures. You’ll want to do these before you start cleaning up the damage so your insurance company can get an accurate picture of what happened. In the age of COVID-19, more insurance companies are using virtual programs and videos to obtain the what is needed.  Also, inventory lost or damaged items. We highly recommend you take photos of inventory well in advance of issues coming up so you’re able to compare and document much easier should damage occur.

Stay in touch with your stakeholders. Regular contact with your suppliers, your employees, your customers and your community will put you in a better position when it’s time to open again. Social media can be a huge help with communication especially with clients and customers in addition to emails and phone calls.

Choose solid partners for mitigation and restoration. Don’t work with any restoration company that isn’t highly experienced, doesn’t communicate regularly and isn’t able to utilize advanced equipment designed to restore your business to its original state.

If your business is damaged due to fire, water or any other cause, you can always count on us for restoration assistance. We have crews who are available 24⁄7 in the event of an emergency. Contact us at any time to learn more about our restoration services and how we can help you.

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