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The Ultimate Mold Remediation Guide for Commercial Property Owners in Lancaster, PA

If you own a commercial property in Lancaster, PA, you understand the importance of maintaining a safe and healthy environment for your tenants and employees. Mold growth can be a significant problem that causes not only physical health issues but potential legal and financial liabilities as well. If you’re already dealing with a mold problem, … Continued

The Vital Connection: How Professional Restoration Aids Business Continuity Planning

In today’s fast-paced business landscape, unforeseen disasters can strike at any moment, making business continuity more crucial than ever. From natural disasters to cyber-attacks, companies need to have a comprehensive plan in place to minimize downtime and protect their operations, which is where professional restoration services come into play. Whether it’s restoring physical infrastructure or … Continued

What is “Standard of Care” in Commercial Water Damage Restoration?

Commercial Water Damage Restoration is a scientific and responsive process. Each commercial water damage project is fraught with shifting variables. It includes the water source, building materials affected, type of business, and category of water. Moreover, the timeline of water intrusion is also a factor. Adhering to the proper industry Standard of Care provides a … Continued

Revolutionary New Way to Keep Hotel Fire Damage Restoration Impact Down

If you own or manage of the 285 hotels in Lancaster County or 169 hotels in York County, it’s time to listen up. You’re already working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to keep guests happy. You’ve already gone through the mandatory training on hurricanes, health inspections, hotel standards and employees. You’re not … Continued

Commercial Restoration and Compleat’s Four Pillars

Commercial restoration differs from a property disaster in a home. When the damage is in your home, it is emotional because your home is an extension of you. Property damage at your place of business may also be emotional. However, there are also moving parts and more stakeholders involved in the loss. Business disruptions, customer … Continued

10 Steps to Infection Control in a Complex Commercial Loss

Infection control is the aspect that most people overlook during a commercial loss. Instead, business owners focus on damage costs, business continuity, and other safety concerns. Yet, it is important to hire a professional company to cut the risk of infection when: Healthcare services occur within the facility Sensitive Immuno population such as children, infirmed … Continued

The Best Time to Deal with Commercial Property Damage is Before It Happens

How Will You React? How will your business react to a property disaster such as a flood, fire, hurricane, or environmental emergency? Will you frantically search the internet, trust a billboard or radio ad, call a number from the Yellow Pages only to discover that there’s a waiting list or be disappointed that the company … Continued

Riding the Wave of Commercial Property Damage

Commercial property loss such as fire damage, water intrusion, microbial or other environmental issues can make you feel like you’re drowning.  You experience an overwhelming tsunami of emotions as you surf the gnarly waves of emergency mitigation, repair of the source and structure, dealing with shareholders and employees – all while desperately trying to keep … Continued

The Right Tool to do the Right Job – STARC Case Study

A Commercial Kitchen Restoration Case Study On January 22, 2019, a sprinkler head burst in the ceiling of a commercial kitchen in a nursing home, drenching the ceiling, drywall, and flooring. Compleat Restorations was called to put things right again. The dilemma – how to get this area dry while serving meals to 188 residents … Continued

Commercial Asbestos Abatement – Removing an Unseen Hazard

What is Asbestos? Asbestos is a naturally occurring, fibrous mineral that was used as a building material between the 1950s and 1980s. Mined in countries such as Russia, Brazil, South Africa, and China, asbestos fibers were woven into fabrics or mixed in cement and used all around the world. Chrysotile, the fibrous form of the … Continued