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Document Restoration in Clinton Township, MI and the Surrounding Areas

State-of-the-art technology and care

If you’ve suffered a disaster at your home or place of business, you’re probably here because you have important documents that need recovery. Advance Restoration can help repair and restore wet or smoke damaged documents from fire damage, flooding, storm damage, and other disasters. We provide full content restoration, including electronic restoration, and our climate controlled storage facility is available for content restoration and storage until your property is fully recovered and ready to receive them.

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Our team of document restoration professionals can restore medical records, x-rays, court and law records, photographs, books, and more. When you’ve been the victim of fire or water damage odds are your contents have been damaged as well. We are prepared to assess your documents, pack-out and Pack-back once they are fully restored and you are ready to receive them. Time is critical in this type of restoration process to prevent irreparable damage.

We use state-of-the-art technology to restore your documents such as freeze-drying chambers, special de-humidifiers, and thermal drying. Thermal drying is a good option for document restoration due to water or fire damage. The documents are put into an air-sealed chamber and as hot air enters, moisture evaporates leaving the paper dry. This is one of the most cost-efficient ways to dry and repair damaged documents and other contents.

Vacuum freeze-drying is used to freeze the documents in a separate chamber before being put into a drying chamber. Freezing documents ensure that ink will not drip or smudge off of the paper for maximum quality restoration. After documents are frozen, another chamber removes moisture and dries the documents entirely—an effective and efficient way to recover your documents.

Dehumidification is simple and effective. Placing documents in an enclosed space as fans and dehumidifiers circulate air and extract moisture from the damaged documents. This is the best option for documents that are still in fairly good condition.

Air-drying is just what you might think. Documents are carefully placed and pressed using clamps to ensure they do not lose shape and are restored to normal condition.

Time is of the essence

Recovery is dependent on it

Taking action within a 24-48 hour window can help to prevent further deterioration of your important documents. Remember, it’s important to call an expert who specializes in document restoration to ensure the integrity of your documents is not compromised.

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