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Need Commercial Fire Damage Restoration in Randolph - Call SERVPRO

2/15/2022 (Permalink)

Firehose and Extinguisher in hallway If you find yourself in need of assistance with fire damage remediation, call SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County at (973) 895-5000.

SERVPRO Fire Damage Cleanup and Repair for Commercial Properties in Randolph

Fire damage at commercial properties in Randolph has an immediate impact on the business, the employees, customers, and suppliers. Businesses must shut down until repairs can be made unless temporary facilities can be arranged to house business operations, receive goods and services from suppliers, and meet sales to customers. However, many business managers focus on the physical damage to the building, which is important, forgetting about the electronic record keeping portion of their business.

SERVPRO provides fire damage restoration, cleanup, and repair for commercial buildings in Randolph. We understand fire's impact on customers, employees, business owners, and suppliers. That's why we are on-site in less than four hours from your call to begin cleanup and repairs. We work closely with the commercial owner to set priorities and focus on the contents most important to the business while ensuring safe working conditions for our employees and our clients.

For example, computers, undamaged by the fire, smoke, and water, can be removed and set up by the client in temporary quarters. Contents, including products, can be moved to a temporary space to maintain emergency service to your customers.

Emergency planning for fire damage situations has also helped many of our customers. No one expects to deal with fire; however, having an emergency plan to deal with emergency events can help the business survive these events. For example:

  • Ensure all employees understand what to do in an emergency, including leaving the building and common assembly point.
  • Develop an emergency operation plan to respond to emergencies for your customers.
  • Ensure there is a backup for all data systems, including hardware and databases, to recover day-to-day operations quickly.
  • Prepare an emergency plan specific to your business and communicate this plan to all employees.

Call SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County and nearby areas for assistance with fire damage restoration. We can help 24/7. Call (973) 895-5000.

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