Restore vs. Replace: Reducing Our Carbon Footprint


Thanks to advancements in restoration and cleaning technology, it is more possible than ever to restore a vast number of items – instead of tossing them in the landfill and replacing them with new.

This is great news for restorers and insurance carriers as the cost to restore item often costs far less than replacement, and gives contractors another revenue stream. There are also different options for contents restoration and cleaning services – including hard contents, electronics, textiles, artwork, and other specialties.

Two experts in the world of soft contents restoration join this episode of Restoration Today. Russ Jacobs and Jamie Sands from Esporta discuss the pros and cons of adding textile restoration, the impact it can have on businesses and customers, and also how cleaning vs. replacing can help us all reduce our carbon footprint.

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