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PuroClean of Everett Incorporates Matterport 3D Cameras to Restoration Techniques

Fire Restoration

In the restoration industry, as with other industries, being stagnant means falling behind the curve. And PuroClean of Everett knows that staying ahead of trends is how we provide the services that we’ve built our reputation upon. Innovation is the name of the game! We recently started utilizing a Matterport 3D camera to help map out damaged areas.

What does a Matterport 3D Camera Do?

3D cameras are a revolutionary way of documenting our surroundings. In the past, restorations were only recorded exclusively by ordinary 2-dimensional photography and video. But, now our technology no longer limits our services.

This exciting tool turns 2-dimensional images into full 3-dimensional models. So, our technicians can receive and record accurate measurements for claims and reconstruction jobs. They can also use the images to put together estimates and make repairs more accurately and efficiently.

Proof That It Works

The technology has lived up to its reputation when we tested it out on a recent fire job. Utilizing the Matterport 3D camera, our technicians mapped out a badly damaged home, and the results speak for themselves.

As you can see, the images are incredibly detailed and accurate. The convenience and efficiency made our work much quicker and safer. But, this improved method of documenting jobs benefits clients as well. They will have access to more complete information to submit with their claims to their insurance, which is a process we can help with.

For The Leaders in The Restoration Game in Washington, Call The Pros at PuroClean

Staying ahead of the curve is the key to maintaining success. We can confidently say that our technicians receive the best state of the art training. And we continue to make upgrades for the best possible equipment for our techs to utilize in the field. If you need disaster restoration services in the Everett area, call PuroClean at (425)595-3443.

Last edited on 16th of November 2020

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