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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Why Insurance Professionals Refer SERVPRO

1/7/2019 (Permalink)

photo shows a male employee in grey polo shirt on one knee discussing a green colored equipment with an employee in a black SERVPRO is a preferred provider for many insurance company - find out why

Insurance professionals understand that the longer a fire or water damage sits, the higher the claim cost ends up being. Insurance agents and adjusters recognize that while policyholders are responsible for secondary damage caused by not cleaning up a loss promptly, they can assist their customers in preventing secondary damage altogether by pointing them in the right direction.

For more than 50 years, SERVPRO has built a solid reputation as a leader in fire and water cleanup and restoration. We are committed to our customers by acting with urgency to restore their property and their lives while adhering to IICRC standards, resulting in lower claims costs, a low loss ratio, and satisfied customers.

Most homeowners have never experienced a water or fire damage and turn to their insurance professional for advice on what to do next. Insurance professionals recommend contacting SERVPRO of Benton, Jasper, Newton, & Southern Lake Counties because as a locally owned and operated company we are able to respond promptly to limit the damage as much as possible. This allows the customer to relax and watch as we make it, "Like it never even happened."

These are just some of the reasons that insurance professionals trust and refer SERVPRO of Benton, Jasper, Newton & Southern Lake Counties when you are in need:

  • Emergency response to claims - 24/7 emergency services available
  • Pretesting - restore vs replace approach to save costs
  • Claims inventory service - itemized loss inventory and pictures of important items
  • Training - ongoing IICRC standards training in fire and water cleanup and restoration

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