While it's something we never wish for, disasters will occur. And while preparedness is key, having a good recovery is the next step to moving forward. It can be an overwhelming process, you may not even know where to start, but a simple call, email, or booking is all you need to ask for our help.
Endangered Heritage is registered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). But that's only the tip of the iceberg, our Director, Victoria Pierce, is a committee member for the International Scientific Committee on Risk Preparedness (ICORP) and International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). These are the organisations that advise UNESCO and national governments around the world whenever there is a major disaster. So trust us to have the expertise to advise and aid you in your time of need.
From mould and mildew to floods, fires, insect infestations, as well as vandalism and breakage, our expertise is wide, varied, and ever-expanding.
In the wake of a disaster, don't panic. Just book an appointment with us and our team of conservators will come to assess the damage, identify any potential associated health risks, triage what we can, help you figure out a plan of action to deal with the damage as well as treat the items.