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For nearly thirty years, Superdry Restoration has been providing 24-hour, 365 days a year, emergency spill response services to transportation companies, chemical manufacturers, petroleum companies, railroads, the airline industry, ports and harbors, utilities and local, state and federal government agencies.
Superdry provides hazmat response, oil spill response and other emergency spill response capabilities for a broad range of incidents including a spill of oil, fuel, chemical, or other hazardous materials resulting from vehicular accidents, derailments, aviation incidents, abandonment, natural disasters and industrial facility accidents. All hazmat response personnel have extensive training in emergency spill response, from senior level operations managers to hazardous material technicians, our personnel combine experience, knowledge and training to provide safe, effective and reliable coverage.
An oil spill and a furnace puff-back both qualify as major accidents that should be cleaned up as quickly as possible. Spilled oil is an environmental as well as a fire hazard. A furnace puff-back can put sooty, oily deposits on walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings throughout the house, forcing propertyowners to vacate the property until cleanup work is completed. Recognizing the urgency of these mishaps, Superdry of Los Angeles offers emergency cleanup and restoration services on a round-the-clock basis.
Our service technicians are professionally trained to handle small-scale oil spills safely and effectively. They can remove soot deposits and provide thorough cleanup after furnace puff-backs. Odor removal is also one of our services. We have the expertise and the equipment to deal with property damage in ways that maximize cleaning effectiveness while minimizing further damage to walls, ceilings, furnishings and other building contents.
Following an accident, Superdry Restoration can work directly with business owners, contractors and insurance companies. We don’t begin cleanup operations until we’ve provided our customers with a thorough assessment of the damage and an estimate for completing cleanup operations.