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CRDN’s electronic restoration storage facility. (Photo: CRDN)

It’s difficult to imagine that home electronics can be restored following a flood, lightning strike, or fire, but they often can be. Through careful post-disaster assessment, tracking, and restoration, home electronics — many of which store critical family data — are often restorable at 30% of the cost of replacement

While the restoration process requires specialized training and equipment, it’s highly successful. Moreover, restoration best practices put electronics — and stored data — back into the hands of owners quickly and efficiently, many times within 24 hours. 

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