- Will I have to be home all the time during the restoration process?
- How does mould spread?
- How do I keep track of non-restorable items after a fire at my business?
No, we will do our best to make sure you may go about your daily routine without having to worry about having to be at home all the time during the restoration process. For site access, you can provide a key to your ServiceMaster Restore Project Manager or opt to install a private-code lock box on the property.
For moulds to grow and reproduce, they need a damp environment and an organic food source, such as cellulose, which is found in many building materials such as wood, drywall, ceiling tiles, and other household materials such as carpeting and fabrics. Mould can also grow in a home’s HVAC system, gutters, roof, foundation, and other areas where the environment encourages mould growth.
We recommend you make a list of your facility’s items that are deemed non-restorable. You can obtain a form for this purpose from your insurance company. Make a copy for your insurance company and keep one for yourself.