Once your rental property has been properly cleaned and all affected items disposed of in a safe manner, you should be able to re-enter the home. At this point your home should be available for new renters.
It is important to keep all receipts and information provided to you from the First Responders and Bio-One. Submit these items to the rental company and your insurance company in a timely manner. Typically they will work out the dispursments between themselves. If you missed out on rental fees due to the clean up, you can request reimbursement from the rental company. You may also keep any deposits to cover missed rental opportunities or unexpected charges.
The key is to stay on top of things. Documentation and pictures are a must. You will find trusting professionals like Bio-One will ensure that all potential hazards are eliminated.
Written by Becca Phillips owner Bio-One Cherokee County. This is in no way legal advise. You may want to seek legal counsel in this type of situation.