Recovering From A Fire

Fire Damage Restoration

A fire not only damages the interior of the home or property but can also damage the integrity of the supporting structures making entry a dangerous proposition. It is essential to have a professional fire damage restoration company with trained and experienced technicians come in and set up the proper protocol to clean up after a fire. There will several types of damage to deal with. You’ll have fire damage, water damage , smoke and soot damage, and possibly mold contamination.

Water Damage

The water used to extinguish the flames adds to the damage endured by the structure and personal belongings. It is important to address the water damage quickly. Water may be trapped in the hidden areas and should be treated right away to reduce the possibility of mold growth. Allowing mold to take a foothold will require the additional service of mold remediation.

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Smoke Damage

The unique behavior of smoke leads to hidden damage and causes a lasting odor that is difficult to remove. It is essential that the cleanup begin as quickly as possible and to have trained personnel to commence the cleaning process. A professional  team of fire damage specialists can provide effective cleaning measures to save many of your valuable items. There are special cleaning processes  for various fabrics and materials that will be damaged by the smoke and soot.

 

Sewage Clean-Up

First, come to a loss assessment and evaluation activities to determine the extent of the damage. The contaminated area is contained and treated following the industry standards and guidelines. Following decontamination, we proceed to dry the structure to eliminate the possibility of bacterial or microbial contamination. For black, grey and clean water losses, the ANSI/IICRC S500 – Standards and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration should always be followed.

 Bio-Hazard Materials

A Bio-Hazard can include any infectious microorganism that constitutes a threat to humans. Bio Hazard cleanup will require trained, certified and experienced professionals to return any property or business to a safe environment. Business operations such as management companies, cities, hotels, private businesses, and homeowners rely on professionals for discreet handling the Bio-Hazard cleanup

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