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Healthcare Disaster Restoration Services

When a disaster, accident, or unforeseen event happens at a healthcare facility, the healthcare restoration experts at Pure Restore are just a phone call away.

Your responsibilities to patients don’t end when disaster happens. Our healthcare restoration services are designed to help you get your facility back to pre-loss condition quickly and effectively. Whether you’re facing water, flood, fire, smoke or mold issues, our team of healthcare damage restoration experts are ready to serve those who need it most.

Our priority is helping healthcare clients restore any damage in a safe and timely way. Pure Restore is IICRC Certified, insured, and bonded to perform restoration services in the healthcare industry.

We can help a wide range of service providers, such as dental practices, primary care providers, optometrists, urgent cares, rehabilitation facilities, pharmacies, medical device manufacturers or distributors, and more.

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We are Colorado’s trusted emergency healthcare restoration company

We know you want to get your facility up and running so you can continue being productive. Our top priority is working safely and swiftly to perform all necessary services in a timely fashion.

Pure Restore has the experience to perform thorough restoration services while being mindful of timelines and expectations. You’ll be operating like normal in no time, and we are happy to share our knowledge throughout the process.

Pure Restore offers restoration services for healthcare facilities in Denver and the surrounding communities. Call Pure Restore at 303-955-7072 to schedule service with our team of cleanup and restoration experts!

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Water Damage Recovery

Water damage services include anything from water extraction and removal, sewage cleanup, water damage repairs, basement cleanup and more.

Fire and Smoke Damage Recovery

While dealing with fires and smoke is a messy process, Pure Restore will take care of everything from start to finish. We can help remove fire damage, get rid of odor, and we also provide emergency cleanup services for when recovery time is of the essence.

Mold Inspections, Testing, and Remediation

If you are dealing with mold growth or if you’re suspecting it is present but can’t find it, call us to get an inspection with the answers you need.

Specialty Services

Pure Restore performs a wide range of additional services, including trauma and bio-hazard cleanup, sanitization and cleanup services, board up services, indoor air quality testing, asbestos abatement and more.

Developing a scope and timelines for completion

A Pure Restore trained project manager will be able to provide detailed information on the required procedures. They will also give timelines based on the scope of damage. Feel free to ask any questions once your project manager arrives on-site.

Why choose us to restore your healthcare facility?

Choosing a qualified company to perform restoration services for a healthcare facility is highly recommended. Contractors do not provide the same level of service in this field, and not all of them are certified for this work.

An independent restoration company with the proper credentials is the safest way to ensure that services are done properly. Franchises exist to make a profit off the bottom line, which means rushed timelines and incomplete restoration services are being rendered.

At Pure Restore, we are passionate about approaching restoration in healthcare facilities with care and integrity. We are not here to rush the project, because that will leave you open to liability and future headaches.

We are your go to resource for healthcare restoration services

We are here to answer questions throughout the process anytime. Once you are assigned a project manager, they will be a useful contact to provide any information and details throughout your restoration.

Call us 24/7 for an immediate response across the Front Range of Colorado.

Our healthcare restoration team is ready to help 24/7! Call Pure Restore at 303-955-7072 to schedule restoration or cleanup for your healthcare facility!

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Answers to frequently asked questions about healthcare restoration services.

What is a disaster recovery plan in healthcare?

A safe environment is essential for keeping healthcare operations running smoothly, and a facility that doesn’t have a plan for disaster recovery plan could find itself in serious trouble. An effective disaster recovery strategy will help you to restore your structure quickly and keep your daily operations up and running. Depending on the size of your facility and the amount of material you have, your disaster recovery plan may vary. First, you should develop a plan to share with all faculty. Second, you should create a plan for how you will prioritize key parts of the structure to be restored first. This plan should be well-documented and understood by all staff. Finally, you should test your disaster recovery plan.

What are the stages of disaster recovery?

The four phases of recovery are mitigation, preparation, response, and recovery. This model can be used to organize issues regarding disaster preparedness as well as economic and commercial recovery.

What are the categories of disasters in healthcare?

There are four main types of medical disasters: chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear. A chemical emergency occurs when a dangerous substance has been released and there is potential for human illness. A biological disaster is a release of a pathogen that can cause disease. A radiological event involves radiation, such as a nuclear explosion. An explosive emergency is a catastrophic event that results in the release of significant energy all at once. Each type of emergency requires different protocols for treatment and containment.

How can hospitals prepare for natural disasters?

In the event of a natural disaster, hospitals must be prepared to handle an influx of patients while also dealing with the challenges posed by the disaster itself. Drills are essential for ensuring that staff are familiar with evacuation procedures and know where to find critical supplies. Additionally, practicing triage can help to ensure that patients are seen in a timely manner and that resources are used efficiently.

What is disaster repair?

Disaster repair and restoration is a service that helps to rebuild what has been damaged as the result of a calamity. It is the practice of restoring a property owner’s assets to their original state. The most common type of disaster restoration is flood damage repair, but the services can also be used for wind damage, fire damage, and other disasters. Disaster restoration companies use a variety of techniques to clean up and repair damaged property, including water extraction, dehumidification, mold remediation, and repairing or rebuilding structural elements. In most cases, disaster restoration companies will work with insurance companies to help cover the cost of the repairs.

Who cleans up after a disaster?

There are several sources of assistance that might be able to speed up recovery following a catastrophe: Insurance companies, government disaster programs, and voluntary groups. Each one of these has its own process, requirements, and timeframes for cleaning up and recovering after a disaster. Working with any or all of these sources might be required in order to get back on your feet after a major event. Your insurance company is likely the first place you should look for help. Most homeowner’s insurance policies have provisions for named catastrophic events such as hurricanes, wildfires, and earthquakes. Review your policy carefully to see what is covered and what is not. The next step would be to apply for government assistance. In the United States, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides grants for individuals and families who have suffered a major loss due to a natural disaster. The third source of help comes from voluntary organizations such as the American Red Cross or Salvation Army. These groups often provide financial assistance, supplies, and other forms of support to those affected by disasters.

How do you remediate smoke damage?

Soot and smoke damage can be very difficult to clean. Typically, you will need to use a mild soap or detergent to scrub. If that does not work, you can try mixing together 4 to 6 tbsp of tri-sodium phosphate and 1 cup of household cleaner in a gallon of warm water. It is important to wear rubber gloves and protective equipment when doing this. You should also rinse the surface with water after cleaning.

What can be salvaged after smoke damage?

All in all much can be done to save homes after a fire if the right steps are taken. Glass has a good record of not being damaged by fires. Metals may get stained but are usually resilient to fire damage. Hardwood floors can almost always be saved unless there is extreme charring.

How does smoke damage work?

Smoke damage is the damage caused by smoke from a fire. Smoke damage can be either visible or invisible. Visible smoke damage is usually easy to spot and includes charring, soot, and discoloration. Invisible smoke damage is often harder to detect and can include problems such as lingering odors, corrosion, and discoloration. Both types of smoke damage can be costly to repair, and it is always best to consult a professional if you suspect that your home or possessions have been damaged by smoke.

What are the challenges of facility operations and maintenance in healthcare?

In any industry, operations and maintenance (O&M) must be adaptable and flexible to the constantly changing needs of the business and its customers. The healthcare sector is no different. Unfortunately, there are a number of challenges that can make O&M difficult, including cleanliness and sanitation, operational cost constraints, asset upkeep, and physical security.

Which of the following must be maintained by a healthcare facility during an emergency?

In the event of an emergency, healthcare facilities need to maintain a supply of food, water, medicine, and pharmaceutical goods. To maintain the temperatures required for patient safety and sanitary storage, staff must use backup sources of energy. When the power goes out, generators and battery-operated fans are used to keep the facilities running.

What is disaster planning in healthcare?

Disaster planning in healthcare is the creation of a system of protocols and procedures to be followed in the event of a major incident or disaster. This can include anything from mass casualty events to weather-related disasters. The goal of disaster planning is to ensure that patients receive the best possible care during and after a disaster and that the healthcare facility is able to quickly return to normal operations. To be effective, disaster planning must be comprehensive and take into account all possible scenarios. It should also be regularly reviewed and updated as needed.

What is the difference between restoration and mitigation?

The main difference between restoration and mitigation is that mitigation seeks to prevent future harm, while restoration seeks to repair damaged items back to their original state. While both procedures are important, mitigation is often more urgent as it can help to reduce overall losses after a calamity. Restoration, on the other hand, is typically less urgent but still essential. Some common restoration procedures include repairing damaged buildings, replacing lost belongings, and cleaning up debris.

What does restoration do?

When a home is severely damaged by floods, fires, water damage, sewage backup, or another major calamity, a restoration company is the first responder. The company strives to clean up the mess, salvage what is possible, and prevent further damage. In some cases, restoration companies can even help to restore a home to its original condition.

What are restoration and remediation?

When it comes to the environment, the terms “restoration” and “remediation” are often used interchangeably. However, there is a key distinction between the two. Restoration refers to the process of returning something to its previous state. For example, if a piece of land has been degraded by years of industrial pollution, restoration would involve cleaning up the site and returning it to its natural state. Remediation, on the other hand, is the act of repairing or reversing environmental damage. This could involve cleaning up a toxic spill.

What is mitigation in restoration?

Mitigation is the practice of minimizing the severity of an issue. For example, if your home has sustained water damage from a broken pipe, a mitigation team would work to dry out the area and prevent mold growth.

How long does it take to get rid of water damage?

The amount of time it takes to repair the damage will vary depending on the extent of the damage and the type of materials that were exposed to the water. In general, you can expect your home’s exposed areas to dry in five days. However, drying an area might take as little as two days or several weeks. If you have any questions about the repair process, it’s best to consult with a professional.

Is water damage serious?

Water damage is very costly. If ignored, it can cause serious problems like electrical damage and mold. The sooner you take care of it, the less chance there is of serious damage.

How does disaster restoration work?

When a business or individual experiences a disaster, they need disaster restoration services to complete repairs and restore what was damaged. One specific type of restoration, known as contents cleaning, is the process of documenting all salvageable or non-salvageable goods in a structure. When an insurance claim is filed, having a record of all damaged items will be required if you wish to replace these items via reimbursement.

How is bioremediation done?

Bioremediation is the process of using living organisms to clean up contaminated sites. It is a type of pollution control that can be used to treat both land and water. The process involves the growth of certain microorganisms that use pollutants like oil, solvents, and pesticides as food. These organisms transform contaminants into harmless chemicals.

What is content restoration?

The technique of restoring important items in a home or business that have been damaged in a fire, flood, or other unanticipated catastrophe is known as “contents restoration.” The first step in this process is to assess the damage and identify which items can be salvaged. Once the items have been identified, they are then cleaned and repaired using a variety of specialized techniques. In some cases, it may also be necessary to replace missing or unsalvageable items from scratch.


Here’s How It Works


Step 1: Inspection

We'll evaluate your property in person to assess all damage.

Our certified technicians use state of the art equipment and tools to find all affected areas in your property. Educating and guiding our customers through the process is our passion.


Step 2: Start Work

Sign a work authorization form so work can start right away.

After developing a scope our team gets to work. We are NOT a demolition company. Our goal is to get you back to pre-loss condition in the shortest amount of time with the least amount of demo possible. We use specialized equipment and techniques to accomplish this.


Step 3: Certificate of Satisfaction

We are not done until you sign off on the job.

After completing the work, we walk the entire project with the property owner to ensure the quality of work and scope was completed to satisfaction. We stand by our work and our customers throughout the entire project. We are available to answer any question 24/7/365.

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We are Colorado’s Top-Rated Disaster Restoration Company

Pure Restore is the industry leader in disaster restoration. We offer quality service and peace of mind to both home and business owners alike during emergency situations of all kinds.

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We offer 24/7 Emergency Service to all of our customers. At Pure Restore, we love restoring our customers’ properties to look and feel new again. We provide both commercial and residential restoration for any number of property damage issues. Our team is experienced at addressing fire damage, water damage, mold damage, asbestos removal, renovations, crime scene clean up, and more.

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