Failure to act quickly or act at all can mean the difference between a successful recovery and a return to normal quickly or a ‘total loss’.
Savings in time also naturally mean savings in money. Costs associated with alternative accommodation and storage, or business interruption costs can account for a significant proportion of the overall costs on a loss. These can be significantly mitigated however or even avoided all together with an effective restoration programme.
As well as the cost benefits associated with time saved, restoration alone is also often the most economic choice. Restoration costs are typically only 10% - 30% of alternative replacement or repair costs.