Succeed At Managing A Document Disaster Before It Happens

Most organizations have a disaster plan. Plans can include processes for evacuating and re-locating personnel, rebuilding structures, and continuing operations. Unfortunately, not all disaster plans extend to the level of recovering contents like files and records. Treating paper records damaged

6 Tips to Prepare for Document Loss (Disaster)

Download the infographic or read the tips below: KNOW THE LOCATIONS OF ALL RECORDS. Within 24 hours, DFD technicians will be on site to stop water damage and smoke damage and to make a general assessment after the loss. Being

Insurance Tip: Valuable Papers Coverage

Insurance Implications of Water-Damaged Paper Records and How Document Restoration Services Can Help Luke Brown, Guest Blogger In an increasingly electronic document age, it is sometimes easy to forget about the stalwart: documents recorded on paper. Personal libraries, artwork, family

How to Remediate Mold on Paper

While it is actively growing and reproducing, mold secretes digestive enzymes that alter, weaken, and stain items like paper. This puts collections of documents and vital records at serious risk. Knowing how to control conditions to discourage outbreaks of mold,

Moving a Library After a Fire

Damage after a fire can be devastating, and beginning the recovery process can be daunting, especially in the case of community hub like a library. What many people overlook in these first stages, is how to protect contents like books