Cornerstone recognise two incidents of Fire, smoke and heat damage occurrences are not the same in terms of the overall da mage sustained.
We do recognise however that the professional manner and approach of the damage management practitioner must be the same.
The primary restoration objective is to return the damaged property to its pre-existing condition without compromising the environment and health and safety, resultant secondary damage and within a pre-specified timescale and costs.
Fire damage results in a wide range of severity – from minor smoke damage to the complete and total destruction of a building and its contents.
A technically competent person should undertake a series of different inspections to build up a true representation of the loss. They should be able to:
Cornerstone can provide a professional evaluation and report for restoration or replacement with associated costs for damaged structural and contents materials typically based on the resultant surfaces conditions, post-fire conditions and any pre-existing conditions.