What is fire damage?
Fire damage can come from any flame source. Small, controllable fires and out-of-control, gas-based flames can all create havoc in the house. Even if you can get it under control, the smoke left from the fire will continue to create issues for you and your home. Another resulting issue is water damage created by attempting to put out the flames. Fire damage can be one of the most significant problems for your home, as it can affect the structure of your home, create air quality issues, and lead to other difficulties like smoke and water damage.
How do you restore fire damage?
Clean Air Restoration has hired a former firefighter that supervises all fire restoration job sites. We believe our strategy is the best way to restore a home or business from the devastating consequences of fire damage. Structural damage and air quality will be the first things we address when we begin. We will remove soot-damaged items and debris, and once it has been labeled as safe to enter, we will begin our water damage assessment and begin that restoration process. We will finish with deodorizing, deep cleaning, and removing stains from furniture, curtains, and more.
How long does fire damage restoration take?
The size of the fire and the extent of the damage will determine the actual timeframe needed for the experts at Clean Air Restoration to clean and restore your home. We offer our fire restoration services 24/7 and encourage you to call us right away so we can get started, ensuring that you spend less time in a hotel.
Will I have to move out during fire damage restoration?
The severity of the smoke and fire damage will let us know if you should spend a few nights in a hotel. The poor air quality in your home after a fire may not allow you to stay there safely while we provide our fire restoration services. Staying at another location will give you a chance to get new clothes and regroup during the restoration process. Make sure to keep all receipts because some insurance companies will cover those costs. Your family’s wellbeing is always the top priority, and we will do our best to get you back in your home as soon as it’s safe.
How do I get the smell of smoke out of my house after a fire?
Clean Air Restoration has access to the most modern air purifiers and cleaners. In our efforts to restore your home after a fire, we will remove wallpaper, re-prime and paint your walls to help make your home smell like new. Cleaning or updating curtains is another step in the restoration process and can cause a noticeable difference in overall air quality. We will also clean your ductwork to keep that smell from returning when you use your heater or air conditioner. Though you may want to try removing the smell yourself, an expert smoke damage restoration service like Clean Air Restoration has special tools and equipment to do the job right.