Revival announces commercial division

Today Revival, the UK’s leading disaster restoration company, announces a new commercial division.

Revival Commercial will manage commercial claims in the SME, major loss and technical sectors nationwide – extending what Revival already offers in the residential market.

The new service is able to assist business sites in returning to working order following damage caused by a major incident.

The central Commercial Team is led by Martin Moylan, Revival’s Head of Commercial Claims and is supported nationwide by the 160 experienced and highly skilled restoration technicians who are able to service the complexity and variation within business sites. Revival Commercial prides itself on providing the highest quality of work whilst working to sensitive deadlines.

The Revival Commercial team is supported by an experienced call centre team which is open for new instructions 24/7. Efficiency is key to the business ethos with trained technicians throughout the UK; helping to minimise the risk of loss to companies.

Tim Kilpatrick, Group Managing Director of Revival said: “Over the years Revival has seen the devastating effect major leaks, floods, fires and other disasters can have on businesses. Due to the nature of an organisation, its sites can have complex requirements that demand a specialist team to restore them back to working order.

“We made the decision to establish a full-time team that focuses purely on commercial restoration. Launching Revival Commercial means we can deliver the right service in the quickest time possible.”

Revival provides the most technically advanced, fastest and most efficient disaster restoration service in the UK. Revival works closely with insurers, loss adjustors, risk managers and commercial organisations nationwide to ensure it is able to fulfil each site’s requirements. It owns Europe’s largest fleet of rapid ‘Hydrothermic’ drying machines – the UK’s most efficient drying system that accurately maintains specific temperature and humidity levels and can be monitored remotely.

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