Water damage … Fire damage … Mold mitigation … Biohazard clean-up.
HRS has you covered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Whether it’s your home or business, we will ensure your peace of mind with our immediate response, thorough assessment and decontamination/cleaning, and professional reconstruction.
What We Do
HRS Restoration Services provides comprehensive help for whatever disaster affects your home or business. We provide beginning-to-end solutions for water and fire damage, mold remediation, hoarding, and post-crime cleanup, asbestos abatement, and restoration of your home, business, and its contents.
We have been helping homeowners and business owners in the Denver metro area for decades with our rapid response, 24/7 availability, and commitment to customer satisfaction.
Our team includes licensed general contractors, electricians, plumbers, and highly skilled restoration and reconstruction technicians, including professionals specializing in document restoration. Why struggle to manage multiple companies and contractors when you can call HRS Restoration Services for all of your needs?
Our IICRC trained team members can answer your questions right now! Call us to schedule an appointment at the first sign of a disaster. The quicker we’re able to respond, the more help we can provide. Call today!
Discovering water damage in your home or business—whether from a flood, a dishwasher malfunction, or a sewer backup—can feel devastating. And it can be a serious problem if not dealt with properly. In addition to causing damage, water can also spread contaminants that may lead to disease. A quick response to water intrusion is imperative due to the invasive properties of moisture:
- Within minutes, moisture-sensitive surfaces swell and disfigure. Paper goods (books, documents, pictures) can be ruined and stains from furniture start to appear on carpeting, which can be permanent.
- Within hours, drywall softens and warps, and wooden furniture can be permanently damaged. If carpet becomes delaminated (the primary backing separates from the secondary backing), it can cause irreparable damage.
- Within days, fungi and bacteria begin to grow and spread. Foul odors start to permeate your property.
HRS’s IICRC certified clean-up crews are composed of expert technicians—including Master Water Restorers—who will ensure you receive the highest quality water removal and water clean-up services. Once the cause of the water emergency is mitigated and clean-up has been completed, our construction team can provide the building services you need—such as drywall, painting, flooring, electrical, and plumbing—to return your home or business to its original state.
A fire can be the most traumatic and devastating experience a home or business owner ever faces. In a best case scenario, it can cause minor smoke damage; in a worst case scenario, it can obliterate an entire structure. HRS will help you navigate these stressful circumstances and bring your property back to a safely inhabitable state.
The fire damage restoration professionals at HRS Phoenix and Denver are available 24 hours a day! By carefully following our proven procedures, we ensure your property is brought back to the safe, comfortable space that existed before the fire damage and smoke damage. This begins with a property inspection to assess the level of structural damage and content damage. We will report our findings to you and answer any questions you may have so you are fully informed and understand what results can be reasonably expected.
In simple terms, returning your home or business to its pre-fire state consists of four general elements: structural damage restoration, content restoration and/or removal, smoke mitigation, and odor mitigation. Making sure your property is structurally sound is a priority. If there are stability issues, our professional restoration team can provide full construction services to rectify the situation. We will also remove any of your belongings that have been burned beyond repair, including items containing synthetic materials. Any items that are salvageable will be repaired and returned both to minimize cost to the home or business owner as well as to help lessen the anxiety of loss; unsafe items will be disposed of. Finally, our disaster clean-up team will remove all smoke residue, including the pervasive odor. Our IICRC certified Odor Control Technicians will use odor removal techniques include thermal fogging, high-level ozone deodorization, and hydroxyl deodorization.
No homeowner or business owner wants to hear that they have mold. Mold spreads quickly and can cause severe respiratory problems, especially in infants, children, the elderly, and those with health issues. Depending on the extent of the mold, a property can even be declared uninhabitable due to the threat it poses to the health of the occupants.
Mold occurs in damp areas and is often caused by water damage or flooding. Mold can also be the result of a current water leak or improper water leak clean-up from a previous issue. Mold can be present in carpet, wall interiors, floorboards, and ceilings, as well as easily spotted locations. HRS’s experts in Phoenix and Denver will determine the source of the mold, remove all traces of the mold, and repair or replace the damaged structures, ensuring the issue that caused the mold is remediated.
Due to the possible toxicity of the mold in your home or business, it’s important to have mold removal handled by professionals. Our Phoenix mold remediation specialists are IICRC certified in Applied Microbial Remediation, ensuring all aspects of the mold abatement are handled safely.
Trauma & Bio-Cleaning
Trauma clean-up and bio-cleaning is not a subject people give much thought to until they need the service. When dealing with a crime scene at your home or business, or with the aftermath of a fatality, the emotional toll can be overwhelming. HRS professionals can help ease the burden of the situation by eliminating all trace of the death or incident. This includes removing unsafe items and substances such as blood, other bodily fluids, and filth, all of which can contain biological hazards. Sanitizing a trauma situation involves eradicating microscopic particulates such as bacteria and viruses to ensure a clean and healthy space. HRS Disaster Restoration follows IIRC s540 standards, providing the highest industry standard of trauma and crime scene clean-up. Our highly trained technicians in Phoenix and Denver will decontaminate your property, working in coordination with fire departments and police to help you through this process as efficiently and quickly as possible.
Our bio-cleaning professionals also specialize in remediating hoarding situations. Hoarding can be dangerous because it can put those in the vicinity at risk of fire, poor sanitation, and even structural issues in their home or commercial property in extreme cases.
Asbestos is commonly found in buildings, both residential and commercial, constructed prior to 1980. It can be found in numerous construction materials, including concrete, asphalt, roof shingles, pipes, siding, wall board, floor tiles, joint compounds, adhesive, and insulation. The hazardous nature of asbestos abatement calls for professional remediation to ensure safe removal and disposal. HRS (Phoenix or Denver) will extract all asbestos from your property to bring it back to a safely inhabitable space. Once the asbestos remediation is complete, our restoration team can rebuild the affected areas.
Handling a home or commercial property’s disaster situation requires both mitigating the issue and rebuilding the affected areas of the property. Once the emergency has been taken care of—whether it’s water damage, fire damage, mold remediation, trauma clean-up/bio-cleaning, or asbestos abatement—the property will need to be restored. This could include structural repairs, drywall, plumbing, electrical, and/or landscape replacement … just to name a few. As a fully licensed general contractor in Phoenix and Denver, we can provide these services to homeowners as well as commercial properties. Our work ranges from basic repairs to complex, multi-faceted projects.
Our reconstruction efforts extend to your belongings affected by the disaster. Our content restoration program will repair any salvageable items including furniture, clothing, and electronics.
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is highly contagious and communicable. Whether you own a business frequented by the public, or you are concerned about your family’s exposure to COVID-19, our COVID-19 remediation process is designed to help. We use EPA-approved cleaning agents and disinfectants to remove the virus from surfaces throughout your office and home.
Our COVID biohazard cleanup includes:
- Disinfection/decontamination of high touch areas
- Collaboration with a certified industrial hygienist
- IICRC technicians certified in Applied Microbial Remediation
IICRC stands for the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. Formed nearly 40 years ago, it is a non-profit organization that establishes globally recognized standards for the cleaning and restoration industry, as well as providing certifications, journeyman and master designation, and education.
By choosing a firm with IICRC certified team members, you are assured the cleaning professionals have undergone rigorous training and will handle your disaster restoration with the highest standard of care.
Disaster Restoration FAQs
When disaster strikes your home or affects your business, you are understandably overwhelmed and you may have a lot of questions.
- If I call a disaster restoration company, what can they do for me? What does the disaster restoration process entail?
- How long will I be out of my home or office or can I stay there while the disaster restoration work is completed?
- How much is disaster restoration going to cost me? Finally, what is done to ensure that all traces of the disaster are gone?
- How thorough is the cleaning involved?
Find out the answers to these questions below:
What Is Disaster Restoration?
Disaster restoration is the name given to the process a professional company undertakes to assess, evaluate, isolate, and remediate following a disaster. It includes determining what kind of risks and dangers are present, how to minimize any future risks, how to prevent a repeat incident if possible, how to neutralize damage and bring your home or office back to the way it was before disaster struck. Disaster restoration companies respond to fires, floods, mold outbreaks, viruses, asbestos, hoarding, crime scenes, and more.
What’s The Disaster Restoration Process?
The disaster restoration process involves assessing and evaluating the health and safety risks in your home or office. What may have begun as a leak or a small flood in your basement may have spiraled into a mold outbreak throughout your entire basement.
HRS Restoration Services first must evaluate then eliminate any and all threats. If we only focus on water removal, we could fail to eliminate the health threat of mold spores. After we evaluate, we must isolate the risk.
Viruses, mold, and bio-pathogens can easily spread so we use PPE and cordon off the area to keep all risks contained. Next, we remove debris and dispose of it properly in accordance with local laws and regulations. At this point, we also remove contents for off-site restoration.
After the removal of debris, our disaster cleaning services result in a clean, sanitized, and deodorized area. Finally, after cleaning, we can move contents back into your home or office and make any structural, plumbing, and electrical repairs.
How Long Does Disaster Restoration Take?
The length of time disaster restoration services take depends on the extent of the disaster; whether it is widespread, or confined to a small area, the level of cleaning, amount of debris removal and disposal, and if electrical or plumbing work is required to bring your home or office back to its pre-incident state.
We’re disaster restoration specialists with the experience, training, and specialization to address all your needs. The sooner you call us for emergency restoration services, the better; as many disasters compound the longer the amount of time between the incident and a professional response.
How Much Does Disaster Restoration Cost?
The cost of disaster restoration services can vary depending on whether your home or business insurance will cover the disaster. Floods are often covered, but if your basement floods due to neglect or a lack of maintenance, insurance will not foot the bill. Health and safety are priceless, but it isn’t always free.
However, since we offer full-service damage restoration services, you will only have one bill, rather than be subject to many different bills if you hire multiple professionals.
What Kind of Cleaning Services Are Offered?
Disaster cleanup companies like HRS offer emergency cleaning services. We are able to clean for viruses like COVID-19, as well as biohazards like blood, saliva, and other bodily fluids that may threaten your family or customers. We clean, sanitize, and disinfect, using EPA and CDC-approved cleaning agents for a thoroughly clean workspace or residence.
Call Us Today To Get Started!
HRS Restoration Services is a trusted partner of many Denver property and business owners who need a quick, capable, and experienced disaster restoration company. Our IICRC trained team is ready, and available 24/7, day or night, anytime you need us for emergency restoration services. A safe workspace and home is as important to us as it is to you, so call us today!
At the first sign of disaster, call HRS to make an appointment!
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