What is Property Content Cleaning?

Restoring personal and professional property when affected by fire, smoke, water, mold, and asbestos.

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Contents restoration is the process of restoring and cleaning items affected by fire, water, asbestos, and mold property damages. The process to accomplish this depends on the type of damages and can include simple, onsite cleaning techniques to complete inventory and pack-out of the location in order to perform restoration in our cleaning facility. Although contents may have experienced damages, doesn’t mean they need to be thrown away. Special cleaning processes can have much success in restoring damaged items. We restore and clean general, everyday hard contents, to textiles/fabrics, and electronics. Contents restoration is part of the overall restoration project and is an important part of an active insurance claim. 

In the event damage to contents is too severe, documentation of non-salvageable items is listed and returned to the property owner and insurance parties for evaluation and replacement. Often, many parties are involved in your project, from insurance adjusters to other contractors, and we work diligently with them to ensure a smooth contents restoration process. 

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You can rest easy knowing that we are licensed, insured, and certified.


Our contents restoration experts are experienced in hard and soft contents.


From digital inventory to customer portals, stay updated with job progress.


Secured and climate-controlled storage to ensure safe and stable conditions for your contents.

Fire & Smoke Damage

Fires don’t need to be large to create a sooty, odorous mess requiring restoration and cleaning services. When fire burns through structural and internal materials, the remaining particles of burned materials, called soot, are left behind. Even smoke from small fires that occur and are quickly extinguished can travel through internal spaces and venting systems rapidly, covering rooms in layers of soot and odor. 

Soot is corrosive by nature and it’s important to put a cleaning plan in place to prevent secondary damages. Smoke damages can present in different variations depending on what caused the fire in the first place. For example, a cooking fire caused by burning chicken will leave a much different residue than an electrical fire that burned through structural materials. In all situations, the faster soot can be removed, the greater the chance restoration results will be successful in removing the smoke damage, soot damage, and bad odors involved.

Water Damage

Water damage is extremely invasive and can cause lasting damage to items if not mitigated and handled properly. In the event of water damage, removing contents out of the reach of further water damage, prevention of secondary damages like mold growth, and odor control factors is key to properly restoring personal and commercial belongings. 

Immediate responses like blocking furniture, document drying, and removal of contents from the damaged areas are just the start to proper mitigation. It’s imperative to have structural and content restoration responses to correctly mitigate your home or business to pre-loss condition.

Mold Mitigation

The presence of mold is commonly found after hidden water damage is found or when water mitigation efforts were not thorough. Because mold is a living organism that spreads through the consumption of organic materials commonly found in your home, it can cause real issues if not addressed quickly and effectively. Often, mold growth will make itself known through musty odors, discoloration of structural materials, and weakening of those materials as they are slowly eaten away by the mold colonies. Situations like these may require costly structural remediation to prevent the spread of mold and protect the indoor air environment.

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