Vandalism Damage Restoration
Vandalism can be one of the most maddening and frightening situations you will ever experience. Whether the damage was a break and enter with personal possessions that were ruined, property that was defaced, a car that was keyed, smashed windows, or the structure of a building that was damaged. Someone intentionally destroying your property feels personal, even if you are a random victim.
We’ve Got Your Back
While mentally disturbing, this kind of restoration can also be one of the most difficult. We can help take the stress off of you and do the tough work of restoring damaged property. At Saskatoon Fire and Flood, we understand how destructive vandalism can be to the individual, home or business. Because of this understanding, we strive to minimize the impact of vandalism in your life. Prompt action can often minimize permanent damage and make complete restoration more successful. By working together with you and an insurance adjuster to undo this traumatizing experience, we can restore the property to its pre-loss condition quickly and efficiently. Let us remove some of your stress and concern.
We do all that we can to make your life easier and remove stress from a difficult situation. Our vandalism services include:
- Timely and efficient response.
- Expert safety hazard analysis.
- Emergency site security and safety measures.
- Courteous and professional staff.
- Immediate removal of debris.
- Insurance company liaison.
The Dos and Don’ts of Vandalism
Vandalism often involves spray paint on walls or vehicles, broken windows, defacement of furnishings, or the spreading of noxious substances. While one of the more difficult kinds of restoration, there are a few things you can do to make this process easier:
- Call the police.
- Call your insurance company.
- Remove loved ones and pets from the site if the area is unsafe or hazardous.
- Request Saskatoon Fire and Flood’s assistance in handling this traumatic emergency.
- Attempt to clean the site or remove any items until you have been advised it is safe to do so.
- Repair any structural damage yourself.
- Attempt to clean any ink, paint, or cosmetic stains; they can be permanently set if not handled properly.
- Discard any furniture, art, or personal items until advised.