Failure to act quickly or act at all can mean the difference between a successful recovery or a lengthy and costly road to recovery. In some scenarios this can even result in a ‘total loss’.
Restoration is often the most economical way to recover with costs typically only 10% - 30% of alternative replacement or repair costs.
Costs associated with alternative accommodation and storage, or business interruption costs can also account for a significant proportion of the overall costs on a loss. These costs can also be significantly mitigated or even avoided all together with an effective restoration programme.