Commercial Document Recovery and Restoration

When a leak or flood occurs, many property owners tend to focus on dealing with equipment, furniture, and structural damage. Commercial document recovery can be just as crucial to the livelihood of a business. Many business owners have important documents that must be maintained for business operations and legal purposes. Neglecting these documents after a water or fire event can have serious implications.   

Don’t let delays in commercial document restoration lead to the permanent loss of your most valuable files. Things like ink deteriorating can make text hard to read in legal, financial, and medical records. Dirt and other debris can stick to paper and pages. Mold and mildew can grow rapidly on soaked books, files, and other documents. 

Fortunately, Rainbow Restoration® offers commercial document restoration, which includes rapid document drying to help restore your important papers to their best possible condition. Document recovery services help business owners by drying paper documents, books, magazines, manuscripts, photos, films, and more. This rapid drying process helps reduce the risk of document loss and preserves valuable assets.

Don’t let your essential business hard copy records succumb to irreparable damage. Give us a call at (855) 724-6269 or request an appointment online for fast and immediate service!

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Commercial Document Drying Process

Our comprehensive commercial document recovery service will help mitigate the damage from water for all of your important documents. Our professionals use state-of-the-art equipment and proven techniques to ensure the best results. 

Freeze-drying quickly extracts moisture from the document in order to return your papers back to their best possible condition.

In order to freeze-dry books, documents, and other important papers, the following is required:

  1. The object to be dried must be able to maintain its structural form within the freeze-drying chamber.
  2. A condenser, which is typically 40 degrees below zero, is used to extract water vapor from the documents being dried.
  3. A vacuum pump to create a very low absolute pressure. These extremely low pressures are required to complete the freeze-drying process.
  4. A heat source (e.g., heat coils, lights, etc.) to promote the release of bound water from the product — which is the hardest to get out.

FAQs About Commercial Document Restoration

What is document restoration?

Document restoration involves returning water-damaged documents, books, files, photos, and more to their best possible condition.

How do you restore water-damaged paper records?

Freeze-drying is the most effective method for restoring water damaged documents. This technique turns the ice crystals in and on documents into water vapor, which can then be removed with vacuum pressure and heat.

Find a Commercial Document Recovery Specialist Near You

Successfully recovering your important documents requires immediate action and a professional restoration team to get the best results possible. Your local Rainbow Restoration team has the knowledge and expertise to save your important documents.

Call us at (855) 724-6269 or find a Rainbow Restoration location near you and begin your commercial document recovery today!