Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration
The fire trucks may be gone but without proper immediate response, the real damage and the costs are just beginning. To return your residential or commercial property to its pre-loss condition requires professional restoration. This is not the job for a do-it-yourself property owner.
For results you can have confidence in, we recommend hiring a certified restoration firm. Restoration to a property can be complex. Proper smoke and odor removal are tasks that require technicians certified in these specific areas.
When selecting a certified restoration firm several factors must be considered:
- Formal and up-to-date specialized training
- Health and safety certifications
- Experience in a wide range of restoration projects
- Proof of proper insurance and licenses
Professional restoration technicians know that damage increases and restoration costs escalate the longer neutralization, corrosion control and cleaning is delayed. When homeowners prolong the restoration of their home, they extend the effects brought on by the smoke exposure.
In the wake of a fire that has covered homes with smoke and ash, it’s important to begin clean up as soon as possible in order to prevent permanent damage or discoloration from soot residue.
Securing your home while preventing further damage or deterioration is our number one priority. An inventory of your home will be prepared and your contents will be carefully removed to a controlled environment for storage.
Saving Precious Items
Restoration methods today can save many building components and valuable personal items. Even if damage looks severe, items can frequently be brought back to pre-loss condition. From furniture to appliances, computers to family heirlooms, we have developed methods to successfully restore your personal belongings instead of replacing them.
Rebuilding Your Home & Life
Rebuilding part of your home instead of constructing one from the ground up is a very different skill-set. Building materials, design and finishes all have to be matched to the remaining structure. Smoke odor must be neutralized in all remaining building components.