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Vandalism Recovery: Erasing the Damage

School was canceled for the day for safety reasons and the administrator called Compleat Restorations for help. Team leaders responded swiftly arriving on site within the hour to assess damages and make a plan. Safety and continuity would be the...

The Emergency at the Emergency Center

Stabilization while controlling odor and contamination is the first priority in managing a sewage loss. Air scrubbers were installed immediately for the staff to address the foul smell. The challenge was accessing the areas that were affected....

Weekend Water Loss: The Value of an Emergency Response Plan

This water loss was a result of a refrigerator ice-maker line failure in a third floor lunchroom that occurred on the weekend. Water ran undetected for two days, affecting multiple businesses on three levels. The damage was extensive, causing...

A Commercial Partnership to Fix a Fuel Spill

Identifying the affected areas was difficult since an initial clean-up was already performed.  The affected areas were also in tight quarters making it difficult to perform services.  Compleat Restorations and Shipley Energy worked together as a...

Compleat Restorations Helped to Restore Hilton Head Island

Case Study - The Hurricane Hotel: Perfect Timing

October 9, 2016, is a date that the residents of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina won’t soon forget. Hurricane Matthew made landfall on the town after a mandatory evacuation of the...

Water Mitigation - Continuity in Crisis

Often, a business is temporarily closed until a restoration project is completed. This is disruptive to business continuity and impacts revenue. The Eastern Lancaster County Library is a cherished community resource, and the Library Board and...

Water Loss in Commercial Property Leaves Not a Moment to Spare

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Received an ABC Merit Award for this project!

Late at night on June 18th, 2010 a fire rapidly spread through Keller Bros Ford in Lititz, PA. The fire was caused by an electric fan right outside the showroom of the dealership. Roughly a quarter of the building was severely damaged by the fire and the entire structure was inundated with smoke damage.

Early morning Sunday, June 12, 2011, we received a call from the facilities manager for the County of Berks Courthouse. An HVAC pipe broke on the 6th floor Saturday night, and by the time building maintenance was notified, it had soaked down through to the second floor of the facility.

Winner of the 2007 National Chrysalis Award for Remodeling Excellence!

Original stones were salvaged to rebuild one of the chimneys. From being in a fire and out in the weather the sandstone had absorbed a great deal of soot so each stone had to be sandblasted. The chimney had split and partially fallen. We tore it...