What is the difference between Mitigation and Restoration
While mitigation means to stop further damages and reduce the overall loss after a disaster, restoration services are targeted at repairing or replacing damaged property and items to their pre-disaster condition. While restoration is not as urgent as mitigation, it is still crucial and must be completed with urgency. Depending on the significance of the damage to property and possessions, Restoration could take weeks or months.
One big misunderstanding about using restoration and mitigation services is that they are more costly than replacing damaged items and property. In fact, most disaster damages can be mitigated and restored for much less than it would cost to replace everything. A professional restoration team can save whatever is salvageable and replace anything that isn’t.
Experts You Can Trust
We understand that when disaster strikes, you'll likely have questions and concerns. At ServiceMaster Cleaning & Restoration by Smith, our Salt Lake City damage restoration professionals know how to get the job done right, and assist you each step of the way.
About Salt Lake City
The most populous city – and the capital – of the state of Utah, Salt Lake City was founded in 1847. First named Great Salt Lake City due to its proximity to the Great Salt Lake, the city was renamed in 1868. Nurturing a strong tourism industry around snow activities and outdoor recreation, our city hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics. With a population of 199,723 in 2020, it is the central core of one of two major urban areas in the Great Basin, the other being Reno, NV.