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Library Disaster

Document SOS can help if you have had a library disaster and are looking to salvage and restore as many documents as possible. This could be a personal home library, a public library or private library with historical documents that would mean a loss to documents that could never be replaced.

Here at Document SOS we can help with a library disaster that has been caused by flood, fire, sewage, bomb or any other way. We are able to provide an immediate response and can set up onsite at any location in the world.

With an unparalleled expertise in paper restoration we are able to provide clients with a highly trained team of experts in the conservation of paper, microbiology and disaster recovery. With the wealth of knowledge we are able ensure that the treatments we offer are tailored and appropriate to the damaged documents. There is nothing that we can't restore quickly and efficiently. We have high success rates including 100% of water damaged documents and documents that have been contaminated by sewage or mould.

We offer dual drying options for a library disaster meaning the most appropriate and cost effective measures are applied. We can restore anything up 6000 files a week. Key files can damaged in a library disaster can be restored in two hours. We offer very competitive rates and restore documents at 20% of the replacement cost.

We have a high rate of success that is brought about by three key areas of expertise.

  • We have a 24/7 mobile restoration team that is able to set up at any location in the world rapidly.
  • We offer both corporate and historic document expertise
  • Unparalleled library disaster recovery and continuity services from building drying and document recovery
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