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Contents Restoration

 

inset250_02We specialize in the restoration of contents damaged by fire, water, or mold. Contents are all the things found within the home or structure which are not physically attached to it. When choosing which items one wants to restore, values that should be considered are monetary, antique, and sentimental value that the items have. Our contents technicians are dedicated and sensitive to our customers’ needs. We strive to help our customers with the difficult decisions of repair/clean versus replacement. Generally the contents will be first deodorized to help remove the different structural smoke odors. Structural deodorization is recommended while the contents are still located onsite. By starting this process off early, it helps minimize the amount of odor absorption into the contents.

 

At ZeesGroup our restorers make use of all available opportunities to remove smoke odors from contents. We do this by:

•  Allowing the contents to be exposed to structural odor control procedures.
•  Deodorizing contents before cleaning via, spray, cold, or thermal fogging, or by exposure to ozone gas.
•  Including appropriate odor counteractants to the cleaning solutions whenever possible.

 

Many different types of processes are used to repair and clean contents, depending on the type of damaged that occurred. Some of the different ways we restore are:

•  Dry Cleaning – Used for the removal of light to medium non-grease based soils, or to pre-clean excess residues prior to wet cleaning
•  Wet Cleaning – An effective and aggressive cleaning method for removing moderate to heavy residues.
•  Spray and Wipe – Effective for materials that may be damaged if saturated with cleaning products.
•  Foam Cleaning – A cleaning process used primarily for upholstery fabrics that might shrink when wet or whose dyes would likely bleed.
•  Abrasive Cleaning – Involves agitation of the surface being cleaned.
•  Immersion cleaning – Effective for materials that can withstand being completely saturated with the cleaning product. Contents are dipped into a bath of the cleaning product.

100% Satisfaction
Over 25 years experience
Superior quality service
Always delivering on our promise
Insured and bonded
Licensed & Certified

CONTACT US

Office:1.888.828.2227
Fax: 1.888.464.2227
E-Fax: 1.888.933.7476
Email: Sales@zeesgroup.com

There are many types of contents that can be requested to be restored after different types of losses. When certain contents are considered non-restorable, those items must be properly documented before disposal. Some items that should be considered for restoration include:

•  Wood surfaces on furniture
•  Upholstery on furniture
•  Area rugs
•  Bedding
•  Window treatments
•  Table lamps and shades
•  Electronics
•  Children’s Toys
•  Artwork
•  Miscellaneous personal records and documents
•  Books and paper documents
•  Dishes
•  China and crystal
•  Taxidermy
•  Statuary and Figurines
•  Mirrors and glass
•  Shoes, belts, and purses
•  Linens, towels, and bulk laundry
•  Leather, suede, and fur

 

When doing structural cleaning and deodorization the cleaning processes are generally categorized into six categories:

•  Solvent Action
•  Chemical Reaction
•  Lubrication
•  Agitation
•  Temperature
•  Dwell Time of the Solution

 

For the most part, during restoration, it is more economical to clean something than it is to replace. The ultimate responsibility of ours, as the restorer, is to preserve fabrics and surfaces. Before moving onto wet cleaning techniques we first perform appropriate test procedures to determine the cleanability of a surface and the performance capability of the cleaning system.

 

Common surfaces that can be structural cleaned and deodorized are:

•  Painted surfaces
•  Unfinished wood framing
•  Unfinished wood paneling
•  Masonry
•  Vinyl wall coverings
•  Paper wall coverings
•  Flocked wall covering
•  Grass cloth
•  Hardwood floors
•  Vinyl floor tile
•  Fiberglass
•  Ceramic tile
•  Acoustical ceiling tile
•  Suspended tile ceilings

 

FLIR Thermal Imaging

Infrared thermography is the easiest and quickest method to detect energy waste, moisture and electrical issues in buildings. An infrared camera shows exactly where the problems are and helps focus the inspectors’ attention allowing him or her to properly diagnose areas with energy loss.

Poor or inadequate insulation, moisture, building envelope leaks, and substandard work are costly to residential and commercial building owners. An infrared camera can help you quickly see where energy efficiency can be improved.

FLIR cameras make it easy to improve energy efficiency and locate repairs with minimal disruption. FLIR infrared cameras instantly show you what is wet and what is dry. IR cameras can help find the sources of trouble with minimal impact to people and buildings. FLIR infrared cameras are preferred by building experts for fast, reliable, accurate building diagnosis in the entire range of building problems.

 

flir

 

 

homelinkLogoMany inicdents to the home result in “loss of use”, this means moving out of your home until repairs are completed. Most homeowners will be temporarily housed in a hotel, apartment or house throughout the repair process. We help find the best possible solution to your temporary housing needs.

Contents Restoration

 

inset250_02We specialize in the restoration of contents damaged by fire, water, or mold. Contents are all the things found within the home or structure which are not physically attached to it. When choosing which items one wants to restore, values that should be considered are monetary, antique, and sentimental value that the items have. Our contents technicians are dedicated and sensitive to our customers’ needs. We strive to help our customers with the difficult decisions of repair/clean versus replacement. Generally the contents will be first deodorized to help remove the different structural smoke odors. Structural deodorization is recommended while the contents are still located onsite. By starting this process off early, it helps minimize the amount of odor absorption into the contents.

 

At ZeesGroup our restorers make use of all available opportunities to remove smoke odors from contents. We do this by:

•  Allowing the contents to be exposed to structural odor control procedures.
•  Deodorizing contents before cleaning via, spray, cold, or thermal fogging, or by exposure to ozone gas.
•  Including appropriate odor counteractants to the cleaning solutions whenever possible.

 

Many different types of processes are used to repair and clean contents, depending on the type of damaged that occurred. Some of the different ways we restore are:

•  Dry Cleaning – Used for the removal of light to medium non-grease based soils, or to pre-clean excess residues prior to wet cleaning
•  Wet Cleaning – An effective and aggressive cleaning method for removing moderate to heavy residues.
•  Spray and Wipe – Effective for materials that may be damaged if saturated with cleaning products.
•  Foam Cleaning – A cleaning process used primarily for upholstery fabrics that might shrink when wet or whose dyes would likely bleed.
•  Abrasive Cleaning – Involves agitation of the surface being cleaned.
•  Immersion cleaning – Effective for materials that can withstand being completely saturated with the cleaning product. Contents are dipped into a bath of the cleaning product.

100% Satisfaction
Over 25 years experience
Superior quality service
Always delivering on our promise
Insured and bonded
Licensed & Certified

CONTACT US

Office:1.888.828.2227
Fax: 1.888.464.2227
E-Fax: 1.888.933.7476
Email: Sales@zeesgroup.com

There are many types of contents that can be requested to be restored after different types of losses. When certain contents are considered non-restorable, those items must be properly documented before disposal. Some items that should be considered for restoration include:

•  Wood surfaces on furniture
•  Upholstery on furniture
•  Area rugs
•  Bedding
•  Window treatments
•  Table lamps and shades
•  Electronics
•  Children’s Toys
•  Artwork
•  Miscellaneous personal records and documents
•  Books and paper documents
•  Dishes
•  China and crystal
•  Taxidermy
•  Statuary and Figurines
•  Mirrors and glass
•  Shoes, belts, and purses
•  Linens, towels, and bulk laundry
•  Leather, suede, and fur

 

When doing structural cleaning and deodorization the cleaning processes are generally categorized into six categories:

•  Solvent Action
•  Chemical Reaction
•  Lubrication
•  Agitation
•  Temperature
•  Dwell Time of the Solution

 

For the most part, during restoration, it is more economical to clean something than it is to replace. The ultimate responsibility of ours, as the restorer, is to preserve fabrics and surfaces. Before moving onto wet cleaning techniques we first perform appropriate test procedures to determine the cleanability of a surface and the performance capability of the cleaning system.

 

Common surfaces that can be structural cleaned and deodorized are:

•  Painted surfaces
•  Unfinished wood framing
•  Unfinished wood paneling
•  Masonry
•  Vinyl wall coverings
•  Paper wall coverings
•  Flocked wall covering
•  Grass cloth
•  Hardwood floors
•  Vinyl floor tile
•  Fiberglass
•  Ceramic tile
•  Acoustical ceiling tile
•  Suspended tile ceilings

 

FLIR Thermal Imaging

Infrared thermography is the easiest and quickest method to detect energy waste, moisture and electrical issues in buildings. An infrared camera shows exactly where the problems are and helps focus the inspectors’ attention allowing him or her to properly diagnose areas with energy loss.

Poor or inadequate insulation, moisture, building envelope leaks, and substandard work are costly to residential and commercial building owners. An infrared camera can help you quickly see where energy efficiency can be improved.

FLIR cameras make it easy to improve energy efficiency and locate repairs with minimal disruption. FLIR infrared cameras instantly show you what is wet and what is dry. IR cameras can help find the sources of trouble with minimal impact to people and buildings. FLIR infrared cameras are preferred by building experts for fast, reliable, accurate building diagnosis in the entire range of building problems.

 

flir

 

 

homelinkLogoMany inicdents to the home result in “loss of use”, this means moving out of your home until repairs are completed. Most homeowners will be temporarily housed in a hotel, apartment or house throughout the repair process. We help find the best possible solution to your temporary housing needs.