Smoother Claims Processing
Once customers sign for the job, Alladin is so confident about their experience and expertise, they will begin working on remediation, at their expense and risk, within 24 hours.
From the moment we arrive, Alladin digitally documents all damages. And if necessary, we will assist you in the process of filling out damage assessment forms detailing the value and cost of your property in the exact format required by a wide range of insurance providers.
We Are The Customer's Advocate
Alladin knew the claims submittal process for our insurance company better than the adjuster assigned to our claim. The result was a more equitable settlement, faster.
Alladin will create a detailed assessment, or invoice, using the same Exactimate software accepted industry-wide by adjusters and carriers. Alladin's exclusive Service Level Agreement requires us to be in contact with you a minimum of 2 - 3 times a week, updating you on every aspect of your restoration.
We will make sure your claim is represented accurately so you can get your home or business back to its pre-loss condition as soon as possible.
Whether for an insurance claim or not, it is important for all property owners to document their damage and to begin mitigating damage immediately. This can be done by themselves; or by a qualified contractor. It is completely inappropriate to put off mitigation while waiting for the insurance claims representative to arrive on the scene to evaluate the loss.
When fire damage occurs at a residence, a commercial or industrial facility in California, no job is too difficult for Alladin Restoration Services, Inc., Inc. and no restoration firm brings more experience to the task. We have years of experience in providing personalized solutions and single source responsibility for all phases of reconstruction.
Air Duct Cleaning
Current studies have revealed that air quality in 19 out of 20 homes was "considerably more polluted than air outside." According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA)the proper method for duct cleaning is to place the system under negative pressure along with a strong vacuum.