Duraclean Now Offers a 10 Percent Discount on Insurance Deductibles

Leading water damage and fire restoration company, Duraclean, is now offering customers a 10 percent discount on insurance deductibles.

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Irmo, SC (PRWEB) March 29, 2013

Duraclean offers services providing relief to homeowners with insurance claims such as water extraction, fire restoration and mold remediation. Located in Irmo, Duraclean has been serving the entire Columbia area for over 15 years. They are now offering their customers a 10 percent discount on insurance deductibles for any fire, water, smoke and mold damage jobs.

Duraclean’s mitigation services for water damage begins with a quick response, they are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Duraclean technicians will assess the situation and quickly work to stabilize the site and begin the drying process. For fire disasters and smoke damage, Duraclean tailors their treatments to the customer’s needs. Duraclean Technicians also receive on-going training for safety issues, chemical usage, customer service, equipment capabilities and the latest drying techniques.

Duraclean can help homeowners file an insurance claim with their homeowner’s insurance company, demystifying the process and making sure none of the steps are missed. They work directly with insurance companies and are preferred vendors for State Farm Insurance, USAA Insurance, Met Life Insurance, Traveler’s Insurance, and more.

For more information about their services, please visit their website.

<br>About the company:<br>
Duraclean Restoration is a state certified contractor in cleaning and restoration. Their core service offerings are water and fire damage restoration which includes water removal and structural drying, as well as content drying and cleaning. They also provide mold removal services and specialized cleaning of smoke damaged structures and contents from a house fire or commercial facility. In a fire or water disaster, containing the emergency is normally the first step. Mitigation is then followed by drying when water is involved, specialized cleaning of both building structure and contents, and finally reconstruction as needed. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.duraclean.net.


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