The last two winters resulted in some of the largest claims on record in the insurance sector as a result of water damage – mainly caused by roof pipes bursting in homes.
Large costs were incurred by insurers – and policyholders endured a good deal of disruption and devastation due to the scale of losses.
Charles Jeffrey, of DisasterCare Platinum, said: “With this in mind we’ve produced ‘The Use of Technology To Recover Water Damaged Buildings,’ which provides a summary of how technology is able to reduce the time a claim is live – and the potential disruption of restoration repairs.
“The guide available at http://www.disastercare.co.uk/
“The information is designed to help signpost insurance professionals to some of the innovations within the marketplace, and help them make informed decisions about the processes that can now be introduced for future claims.”
DisasterCare Platinum has also produced a video, entitled ‘A Technology Guide,’ which can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/
The company also offers an online brochure on technology in restoration, which can be viewed at http://www.disastercare.co.uk/
DisasterCare Platinum is a specialist restoration service, which caters for higher value and technically complex insurance claims resulting from flood and fire damage.
DisasterCare Platinum’s areas of expertise include water damage restoration, structural drying, fire and smoke removal, mould and microbial remediation – as well as accidental damage to carpets and soft furnishings.
The company, which has its headquarters in Farnham, Surrey, offers the latest technology to ensure clear lines of communication with insurers - with detailed site reports, estimates and schedules of work delivered to clients within minutes of technicians leaving a site.
DisasterCare Platinum, Wrecclesham Road, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 8TY
T: 0845 521 0280
To contact DisasterCare Platinum email Charles.Jeffrey@
Press release issued by Jane Shepherd, Shepherd PR Limited, 01538 308685/07985 129315