Our mission is to help your business get back to "business as normal" following a catastrophic incident. Which benefits not only you, but your customers/clients, your employees, and your vendors.  Our goal is to prevent such an incident from ever happening in the first place.

We can help your company prepare a risk analysis and a company-wide disaster recovery plan. By understanding the probability (and the potential magnitude) of a loss, it’s possible to successfully formulate an effective disaster recovery plan.

Casualty Recovery Group provides consultation services to help your management assess its sources of potential risk, determine internal and external threats, and put together an effective disaster recovery plan. We will also be there to perform the entire recovery and restoration project as well, should the unthinkable happen. Companies that are prepared for disasters will be back on their feet faster, as well as able to reduce the expenses associated with a loss.

Much of the equipment on which your business depends for its daily operations can be permanently damaged if the correct restoration techniques are not followed after a catastrophe. We use only state-of-the-art methods of cleaning to restore your sensitive technical and electrical equipment and put you back in business ASAP, because time is money.

Damage resulting from a fire, chemical spill, water, or other incidents may result in hidden damages that are not readily apparent for some time. That’s why we thoroughly examine each piece of your business' equipment to remove any debris, particles, or contaminants that may cause future malfunctions or even system failure.

We even have technicians who specialize in corrosives. They will utilize state of the art techniques when decontaminating office equipment such as phone switches and circuit boards. In addition, we always provide detailed documentation, via equipment condition reports (ECRs), logged at the job site, explaining what Casualty Recovery Group technicians handled and what applications and chemicals were used during the process.