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NCRI DIFFERENCE

Broken pipes, flooded basements, leaking sprinkler systems, washer hoses, sump pumps, rainwater, leaking roofs… water knows very few boundaries. When it goes where it shouldn’t, call on NCRI to remove the water damage and implement drying and dehumidification procedures. We will treat and deodorize affected areas to address hazards common with water damage.

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Quick response and treatment for water damage is imperative in reducing further damage. NCRI water damage restoration technicians are trained in effectively handling water damage to structure and contents, including document drying. With one of the largest inventories of drying equipment in the nation, NCRI can provide large truck-mounted desiccant dehumidifiers and thousands of individual drying fan units to expedite the drying process in large commercial structures.

NCRI’s certified water damage restoration team has experience in large-scale disasters that affect entire cities and communities as well as localized water damage to individual properties. We have the resources and flexibility to handle any emergency project and can be pre-staged if flooding is in the forecast. Our emergency water damage response teams have you covered!

Our Services

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Drying & Dehumidifying

NCRI maintains one of the largest inventories of drying equipment in the nation, including thousands of fans, portable refrigerant dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, and truck-mounted desiccant dehumidifiers. Our technicians are uniquely qualified to deal with water damage to structure and contents.

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Document Recovery

We specialize in salvaging water-damaged records, reports, books, and vital paper documents. NCRI’s HIPAA Certified staff relies on a variety of proven drying techniques, from traditional air circulation methods to advanced procedures including freeze-drying.

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Water Extraction

NCRI’s certified extraction team specializes in restoring water-damaged materials. The excess water is absorbed, drained, pumped, or vacuumed out for the most effective extraction. The process is most effective extraction and then creating conditions that encourage rapid evaporation.

WE SERVICE THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES

One Call to NCRI. Underpinning our entire operation is our highly developed communications network. With just one call you will be linked to one of the largest catastrophe restoration companies in the world. We can then put an entire network of disaster recovery resources at your disposal. This will ensure that you get the help, and solutions, on which your company or home’s future depends.

How We Do It. Every single project is different. After 50+ years of responding to disasters of every kind, we’ve learned that the first step in effective response and restoration is developing and following a well conceived plan. So much so that even in the event of impending disaster, such as a hurricane or flood, NCRI will pre-stage personnel and equipment to facilitate our response.

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Looking for residential help? National Catastrophe Restoration Inc. Has an office in the Kansas City Metropolitan area and is headquartered in Wichita Kansas and provides residential services to residents in Kansas and Missouri.

Responding to Unique Challenges.
You can count on NCRI to have an immediate, consistent , and effective course of action. Once we receive your call our 24/7 dispatcher gathers all the pertinent information and immediately dispatches our Disaster Response Team to your site. We will simultaneously mobilize all necessary resources, including vehicles preloaded with safety, cleaning, drying, and construction equipment from NCRI or a regional affiliate. In a matter of hours, an NCRI project manager and their team member(s) arrive on site and establish communication with the building representative or home owner.

  • Once we have clearance to enter the site our team makes an immediate assessment of the steps required to begin the work.
  • Calls for any additional resources required for the job.
  • Addresses all safety issues with building personnel or residents regarding hazardous areas, unstable areas, and any lock out/tag outs, etc.
  • Initiates all procedures necessary to restore your facility or home to working or livable condition in the shortest time possible.
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