Loss Events

We're There When You Need Us Most

No matter the circumstance, CRDN responds to every claim with fast, reliable, and compassionate care.

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Common Damages

Fire

  • Wildfire
  • Kitchen Fires
  • Furnace Puffbacks
  • Electrical Fires
  • Chemical Fires
  • Smoke Damage

Water

  • Sewer or Water Backup
  • Flooded Basements
  • Pipe Burst
  • Leaking Appliances
  • Flooding From Storms
  • Flooding From Firefighting Efforts

Storm

  • Tornadoes
  • Hurricanes
  • Tropical Storms
  • Ice Storm
  • Snow Blizzard

Fire Restoration

When the smoke clears, CRDN steps in to reprimand the damage. Our restoration process can remove debris, smoke odor, and soot in textiles and electronics.

Heavy smoke can present a unique challenge. Ozone treatments may be necessary to completely remove lingering smoke odors. Electronics are susceptible to soot contamination which can create an acidic, corrosive environment.

We inspect electronics carefully to ensure they have been properly cleaned, inside and out.

Water Restoration

We understand that water losses are time sensitive. That's why we respond to these type of claims as quickly as possible.

Our restoration process removes debris, odors, and water from textiles and electronics. We use advanced cleaning products that kill mold spores and destroy dangerous contaminates.

Nearly every electronic device affected by water damage can be restored using our specialized process.

Storm Restoration

Mother Nature poses a number of threats to personal property. While we can't control the weather, we can control how we respond once the storm has settled.

Our restoration process can save textiles and electronics affected by flooding, debris, power surges and more.

Power surges pose a unique threat to electronic devices. We can test electronics to determine if it was affected by a power surge, which can help adjusters lower replacement costs.

What To Do Before Help Arrives

Here are a few tips to follow after a disaster to prevent further damage to your property.

  • Don't discard any affected items until a professional assessment has been made. You would be surprised what we can restore!
  • Take photos of all affected textiles and electronics for your personal record.
  • If textiles are affected by water, remove excess water and allow the items to air dry without exposure to heat or sun. This reduces the risk of dye transfer and the development of mold.
  • Don't try to power-on an electronic affected by water. Always unplug before handling.
  • Carefully disconnect electronics that may be affected from a power surge.
  • Don't handle textiles affected with soot. Touching these items can grind contaminates further into the fabric.