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Insurance adjusters enjoy working with Contents Processing Centre; a Windsor-Essex County based contents restoration company serving Southwestern Ontario.

Our factory-trained and certified team of restoration, recovery and cleaning professionals handle clients’ damaged contents with diligence, care and respect.

We work closely with insurance adjusters to ensure we provide the maximum level of contents recovery and restoration using state-of-the-art techniques and technology. 

Our Esporta Wash System and Fireline Ultrasonic and electronics cleaning equipment enables us to restore, clean and recover a much greater percentage of damaged contents at very reasonable costs.

If Contents Processing Centre is not listed with your insurance company as a preferred contractor for contents restoration, we would love to have the opportunity to show you why we should be.

Our doors are always open for an introductory tour and an opportunity for us to introduce ourselves to you. We think you are going to enjoy working with us!

We Offer Friendly Collaboration with Insurance Adjusters!

Saving Time Means Saving Money!

Improved Recovery Percentages!

Labour cost management and our ergonomically engineered operational processes deliver maximum labour efficiencies. Our investment in the Esporta Wash System and the Fireline Ultrasonic Cleaning System for soft and hard goods, respectively, also allows us to maximize labour efficiencies. The industry-leading Fireline Electronics Cleaning System now allows us to restore, clean and recover a much higher percentage of damaged electronics equipment.

We can now restore previously un-recoverable costly equipment like computers, televisions, industrial manufacturing control systems, medical equipment, dental equipment, telecommunications gear and much more. You can find a more extensive list of our recovery capabilities on our electronics cleaning & restoration page.

If required or requested by your company, our Contents Restoration Team evaluates each item, especially electronic components, to determine whether the cost to restore it compares favourably with the cost of replacement.