Document SOS is the first name you should think of if you have had an archive disaster. We offer disaster recovery and restoration 24/7. Whether the disaster is caused by fire, flood sewage or bomb we are able to help you to restore your damaged documents. We are able to set up onsite anywhere in the world in a short time to halt damage and provide rapid restoration of business info, contents and hazardous materials, historical books, art collections and much more.
We have over 20 years experience in providing help for companies that have had an archive disaster. No disaster is too big or small for our archive disaster recovery team to deal with. We offer award winning services from an experienced team.
If you have suffered an archive disaster we have a mobile team that can be set up onsite within 30 minutes in some cases. We can provide a mobile restoration service to ensure that you have key files restored immediately. This service is very popular with companies that have suffered a disaster and are unsure which files they need recovering to ensure business continuity.
We have a fantastic success rate with companies that have had disasters that have caused documents to suffer from fire damage, water damage, explosions, mould or bacteria.
We operate a 24 hour response worldwide. We implement immediate disaster control measures and coordinate precision disaster recovery and electronic tracking to ensure maximum business continuity in the aftermath of an incident, whilst greatly mitigating insurance claims. The freeze/vacuum drying chamber, which is reputedly one of the largest in Europe, and is fitted with state-of-the-art Eurotherm monitors. This allows the client to have accurate details of the drying process which is of particular interest to antiquarian collections.
The historical conservation services have just been introduced to provide a rolling schedule of conservation works for large collections. However, most watercolours, prints and books can be treated in a conservation manner which will increase their life span for the future.
For more information on archive disaster please feel free to contact us.