Flood Services Canada, the Greater Toronto Area’s leading 24-hour emergency flood, fire and smoke damage restoration response service team, is announcing increased attention to the contents division of the company.
The contents division of Flood Services Canada is responsible for identifying, listing, packing and storing salvageable items that have been affected in a flood. The uncompromising and intrusive nature of floods has both short-term and long-term effects on a home and homeowner. On top of potentially not being able to live in the home for a number of days or indefinitely, homeowners have to deal with the reality that they may never see some personal belongings from their home again.
“It’s tough to deal with, as people work hard for their homes, furnishings, and other possessions,” says Chad Vanvari, president and owner of Flood Services Canada. “Further, some items may be sentimental with irreplaceable value, and coming to terms with losing those items is very difficult.”
Vanvari explains that Flood Services Canada has hired several new employees in the contents division, both in the field and in the office, to reduce the chance of this type of loss affecting its home and business owner clients. The company plans to use this additional manpower to streamline listing procedures, improve the efficiency of its contents claim inventory and storage, and ultimately help more home and business owners salvage more of their valuable items.
“Our contents division is essentially part of our flood and storm damage response services,” Vanvari concludes. “Having them be part of our team really adds to the service we can provide homeowners through what are often very difficult times.”
Flood Services Canada is the Greater Toronto Area’s leading 24-hour emergency response service team. The company provides residential and commercial customers a full range of industry leading services in water removal and water damage cleanup, smoke and fire damage restoration, sewage backup cleaning, wind and storm damage response, dehumidification and structural drying, odour control, and important document drying. Flood Services Canada also provides all necessary repairs and renovations, including: furniture and reupholstery, electronics and equipment restoration, pack-out and storage, and post-repair cleanup. Each of Flood Service Canada’s IICRC-certified technicians delivers the best personalized service in the industry, ensuring every customer receives top service, quality, and value. To learn more about Flood Services Canada, visit the company’s web site or call Flood Services Canada at 416-999-3930.
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