, Victoria Australia (PressExposure) October 18, 2011 -- Finding the right services to help after experiencing damage from fire, flood or other disaster can be difficult without knowing exactly where to look.
Yet, Steamatic has cleaning and restoration experts on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist with any emergencies. Steamatic offers a 24 hour Emergency Response service, designed to assist customers in many major city and large regional town locations around Australia.
Recently announcing 25 years in business, Steamatic use only the latest technology designed to restore property to its original condition before damage occurred. This is all done in the fastest possible times to make sure only a minimum of disruption is caused.
Their world-leading services include residential cleaning services to fix fire damage, water damage, mould removal, odour removal, and much more. Smoke and soot damage to a home can cause more problems than many people realise. Effective cleaning is essential to ensure no further damage occurs to sensitive electronic equipment within the home.
Commercial disaster restoration is a vital service for many businesses, as loss of business production time can affect productivity. Steamatic works to the goal of getting a business back into full operation as quickly as possible after experiencing a disaster. They do this by restoring as much as possible after appraising the extent of the damage.
Their expert team work to prevent any further damage occurring to items that can deteriorate quickly, such as electronic equipment and documentation. They will then work to clean, dehumidify, deodorise and restore building structures, equipment, air conditioning systems and any other vital equipment required to get business operational again.
The team at Steamatic are all professionally trained to handle any cleaning or restoration task required. Theyre also experts at dealing with disaster recovery and insurance claims.
To learn more about Steamatics damage recovery, cleaning and restoration services, please visit: http://www.steamatic.com.au/