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disaster restoration equipment

Disaster restoration is unfortunately a very active and necessary industry. The disaster restoration industry is responsible for cleaning and restoring areas of damage. This could be on construction sites, on biohazard chemical spills, or in emergency restoration, work could be the result of natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fire and more. In these cases, disaster restoration teams come in with special cleaning equipment such as air movers, degreasers, hepa filters, sanitizers, fire damage restoration products and more.

This can be a dangerous line of work, but it is important to businesses and communities who count on the disaster restoration industry to help them get back on their feet. Trimaco is pleased to be able to provide a variety of products that can help keep disaster restoration job sites safe for industry workers.

Total Jobsite Protection

What do we mean by total jobsite protection? Trimaco offers a comprehensive selection of quality surface protection products that can be used for a wide range of job types, including the disaster restoration process. Disaster restoration companies help complete jobs effectively and confidently during difficult times.

From fire or smoke damage and mold removal to large scale water damage restoration and storm damage, they provide on-site, immediate help. Restoration professionals use a variety of equipment and restoration products, like drying equipment, air machines, moisture meters, and dehumidifiers, to help with water extraction, smoke odor control, and other restoration projects.

Trimaco helps disaster restoration companies by providing dependable restoration equipment and personal protection products to maintain a safe jobsite. From PPE coveralls to dust containment systems and surface protection products, our restoration supplies can help with water restoration and mold remediation. Trimaco has restoration professionals and water extractors covered!

Trimaco & the disaster restoration industry

Be sure to explore our full disaster restoration equipment catalog below, or reach out to the Trimaco team directly for more information about our restoration supplies and damage removers.

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Contact Info

Ken Lee
Director of Disaster Restoration
cell: 951.293.1397

Chandler Clark
National Accounts Manager
Commercial & Disaster Restoration
cell: 484.889.7651

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