Bosses pledged to see Strikes Garden Centre back up and running – hopefully within days – following a blaze which destroyed the building.
Firefighters were called on Friday night after flames took hold at the?Stokesley?centre.
Despite their efforts?the landmark garden centre was almost totally burned to the ground, leaving staff and customers devastated.
But on Monday chief executive David Yardley and retail operations director David Abbott, said they were meeting with insurers to sort out moving forward adding: ?We are looking at getting things moving as quickly as we possibly can – get some sort of temporary trading facility, hopefully in the next few days, then look to getting the garden centre rebuilt as quickly as possible.?
They said the damage at the centre was likely to be ?millions of pounds?, adding the devastation had been ?heartbreaking? for staff and customers and had left some in tears.
The directors were speaking as firefighters continued to assess the cause.
Andy Creasy, a Station Manager for North Yorkshire Fire Brigade, said: ?The current situation is that our fire investigators will be revisiting the site throughout the course of this week to start to remove some of the damaged structure.
?It will give our fire investigators a safer opportunity to get in and see if we can find out what the cause was.
?From our initial investigations we do not believe that there are any suspicious circumstances but we can?t rule anything out at this stage.?
At least 30 firefighters from North Yorkshire and Cleveland worked through the night after the blaze broke out at the garden centre, off the A172.
Most of the building was destroyed by the fire which started just after 9pm.
Fire crews remained at the scene on Saturday as they continued to damp down the building.
The blaze was captured on camera with dramatic pictures and video showing thick, black smoke coming from the building.