Aurora CO Emergency Water Clean Up Flood Remediation And Repair 5 Point Guide

A new 5 point guide to choosing the right property damage restoration company has been launched by Restoration Logistics Property Repair. They offer expert emergency flood cleanup service to clients throughout Aurora, CO, and the surrounding areas.

Denver, United States - June 3, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Restoration Logistics Property Repair has launched a new 5 point guide for local homeowners dealing with water damage and seeking emergency water cleanup in Aurora, CO. They discuss the dangers of using a restoration team recommended by an insurance company and how property owners can protect themselves when the worst happens.

For more information please visit the website at

The emergency water cleanup Aurora specialists explain that when disaster strikes, clients want to take measures to get their home back to peak conditions as fast as possible. Whether the damage occurred as a result of fire, water, smoke or storm, the effects can be damaging.

In most cases, it’s crucial to take action as fast as possible to ensure problems can be resolved before they lead to extensive damage. However, it’s important to ensure that homeowners don’t simply hire the restoration company that the insurers recommend without considering other alternatives first.

While there are some insurance companies affiliated with insurers who are skilled and reliable, there are also many problems associated with hiring preferred contractors. Restoration Logistics provides clients with five main reasons to think twice before hiring a contractor put forward by their insurance company.

Firstly, clients don’t know the details of the insurer and the contractor. It’s important to think about why they’re preferred, and whose interests they represent.

Secondly, where does the company the insurance sent over have their allegiance? While it could be to the homeowner, more likely it is to the flow of their work – and here they may often side with the insurer, which can cost clients more money.

Often insurance companies are trying to reduce their costs, and this could filter through to their restoration company of choice.

The fourth point is that clients could feel like just a number. Restoration companies getting a constant flow of referrals may not think that they owe high levels of customer service.

Finally, the fifth point, when things go wrong, clients should think about what recourse they have.

Restoration Logistics states: “Remember that taking advice from an insurance company is like taking advice from an attorney on the opposing side of a contract. It may be good advice. But good for who? As a homeowner, you have the right to hire your own restoration company after a disaster and the professionals at Restoration Logistics are ready to help. Give us a call today.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provide above or by contacting the team at (303) 657-1400.

And can be found at for further details on the company.

Contact Info:
Name: Eva Szalkai
Email: Send Email
Organization: Restoration Logistics
Address: 5660 N. Washington St. Unit D, Denver, CO 80216, United States
Phone: +1-303-657-1400

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88960262

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