Fire Restoration Cleaning And Removal
CLEANING AND REMOVAL
There are multiple phases of the fire restoration process.
Cleaning and removal is a key step to restore your home or business.
The smoke and soot that accompany a home or building fire can be almost impossible to clean out on your own. The staining that happens during a fire
goes beyond the surface. It takes a deep scrub, sanding, and refinishing to get rid of the smoke damage.
It's likely your home or business has been affected by water damage too. The cleanup process will often include pumping and airing out all the moisture with specialty equipment. Fans and heaters will dry out all the contents before sanitizing begins.
It’s important to begin the process as soon as possible to prevent pockets of mold from potentially causing health problems.
In order to remove the odors which linger after a fire
, it will be necessary to clean all the carpet and upholstery throughout the home or business. Often it more cost-effective to consider tossing out any upholstered furniture that isn’t expensive to replace.Construction & Restoration
Before you can return your property to pre-loss condition, it's necessary to consider which fire damage repairs are required. When it comes to a fire, parts of the building structure may be completely unsalvageable. This means key parts of the building and its support may have to be removed and replaced. This may also include rebuilding and replacing the roof structure, replacing all or some of the electrical, replacing drywall, painting replacing floors, interior counters, and fixtures.