Mitigation Focused Contractor

Being a mitigation focused contractor means that AmeriClean’s primary goal on every restoration or remediation project is to save as many items and materials as possible. Focusing on mitigation first instead of reconstruction/replacement allows AmeriClean to complete projects faster and reduce total claim costs.

How does a mitigation first focus help the customer?

AmeriClean’s mitigation focused restoration and remediation contractor means that there is less reconstruction and replacement. This helps customers in two key ways.

The first is that mitigating instead of reconstruction allows the project to be completed faster. By completing projects faster, AmeriClean reduces unnecessary disruption to daily routines and gets back to a pre-loss condition faster.

The second benefit of hiring a mitigation focused contractor is that it reduces overall claims costs. Saving materials and/or items costs less than replacement and requires less of the adjuster’s time which decreases loss adjustment costs. Additionally, by completing the project faster, we are able to get homeowners back in their homes sooner and reduce Additional Living Expenses (ALE).

AmeriClean’s mitigation focus allows us to quickly return a property to a pre-loss condition and reduce project costs. When reconstruction is necessary, AmeriClean can facilitate the reconstruction process and instill our Faster Restorer mentality in the reconstruction process.

Contact AmeriClean to learn more about how our Mitigation Focus makes us the Faster Restorer!

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