Fire damage can be ruinous. It can cause extreme damages to your property. Experiencing a fire can be a harrowing experience. It is a general quick, chaotic event that sweeps through your property in a matter of seconds or minutes before it is stopped. In more extreme instances of fire, your property may need extensive reconstruction to go back to normal.
Fire damage restoration can be a lengthy process depending on the amount of damage you’ve experienced. A fire can take down an average-sized home in a matter of minutes, it can permanently damage it in a matter of seconds. Even in smaller cases, smoke damage can seep through porous materials, causing foul, lingering odors. While smoke damage may not pose as significant of a concern as fire, it still isn’t pleasant to endure. Smoke damage can take root in affected materials, causing permanent damage and permanent foul odors until the affected materials are repaired or replaced.
Soot, a powdery substance left after an organic item is incompletely burned, is another unique risk after a fire. Soot is a thick substance that can cause lingering odors as well as permanent staining on the affected object. Soot particles can cling to ceilings, walls, and other surfaces around your property. Sometimes these particles may remain permanently and the item may need to be replaced.
While administering our restoration process at your property, our technicians will aim to clear, clean, and sanitize affected areas. This will help reduce odors and prevent further damages from accumulating throughout our restoration process.