Water Damage Restoration

Without an immediate response water damage can have serious consequences. Whether this water damage is caused by a leaking water tank or a major flooding incident, the secondary effects such as mould growth, corrosion and structural deterioration can be potentially more significant than the initial damage itself. Not only will this deterioration prolong the restoration process but it will significantly increase the restoration costs.

Glenbeigh Fire and Flood's rapid response will mitigate against replacement costs and enable policyholders to return to their property as soon as possible. Once on site, our technician will brief the policyholder on our services within the agreed claim process and begin remedial works as appropriate to minimise the extent of the damage and prevent future consequential loss.

How the Glenbeigh restoration process works

Our process begins with damage assessment and evaluation. This is followed by our drying operations which may take a number of weeks and usually policyholders can remain in the property for the duration of the project. During the drying process we will identify all of the restoration measures required and we will only utilise the latest energy-efficient technology and equipment during restoration. Our restoration process allows a building's infrastructure and its contents to be saved rather than replaced, saving time, money and disruption for insurers and their policyholders.

Mould and mildew will grow quickly on almost any wet surface, as spores are present in the air. Deep drying reduces the potential for long-term damage related to mould and mildew infestation. Contents can often be dried onsite; however should they require removal and storage this can be provided at our corporate head office facility. Files and books can be cleaned and restored to usable condition, saving irreplaceable materials and records. These files and books can also be stored offsite at Glenbeigh's purpose built facility.

Step 1. Remove all salvageable items.

Step 2. Store items in secure storage.

Step 3. Dry and sanitise affected areas.

Step. 4 Reinstate all damaged areas.

Step 5. Restoration Begins.

Step 6. Replace items with care.

Step 7. Refit.

Step 8. Test and certify.

Step 9. Policyholder satisfaction.

Priority actions may include:

  1. Shut-down of the electricity in the affected areas.
  2. Removal of free-standing water.
  3. Decreasing relative humidity to stabilise the environment.
  4. Removal of sensitive items/equipment to our secure storage facility.
  5. Sanitisation of contaminated areas.

All of our technicians are supported by fully-equipped vehicles which allow for the immediate installation of equipment to dry the affected areas and control the environment within the property. We can remove and store contents and arrange dry cleaning if required.

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