Upon contact, Insurcomm responds without delay to your commercial or residential loss, and begins the process of protecting your property from further damage by removing and transporting your belongings to our in-house storage facility. Within this process, we appoint and dispatch a Project Manager who is certified in fire, smoke, and water damage restoration so that you may receive expert advice regarding your loss. This manager’s duties involve assessing site safety, beginning a fire damage restoration assessment plan, advising you, our valued client, throughout the process, and working, on your behalf, with your insurance carrier. Once an effective line of communication exists among all parties, Insurcomm will immediately make temporary repairs to mitigate damage to the affected property and begin preparations for long-term repairs. We provide an expert, in-house staff of skilled estimating and purchasing specialists and experienced and reliable tradesmen, including carpentry and roofing, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical professionals. Besides your well being, our priority is to restore your property back to its original, or better, condition, and this is exactly why we are the leaders within our industry!
Fire Damage Restoration Certifications: No matter which of the six states Insurcomm works within, understanding the local and state building codes that govern fire, water, and remediation work, relative to commercial and residential property damage, is paramount to our success. Please note that Insurcomm employs certified water, smoke, and fire damage restoration technicians that specialize in smoke, soot, and water removal as well as complete deodorization. Our professionals receive regular training and testing as governed by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) committee, which is the national certifying body in the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industry. Insurcomm meets all certification requirements and provides fire cleanup, repair, and restoration services throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Vermont.