Local Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration Services in the Brazos County, TX area

If you fall victim to a commercial or residential property fire in the Brazos Valley, Bryan, College Station, and surrounding areas, call PuroClean of Brazos County for an immediate response. PuroClean of Brazos County will determine the full extent of the damage to your property. We will come alongside you and your insurance provider to provide all the necessary fire damage restoration services.

Fire Damage Restoration

Fire damage is one of the least expected yet one of the most devastating forms of property damage recovery. Because of the loss involved in unexpected fires, it is important that you have a good property insurance policy and a reputable company like PuroClean of Brazos County to handle the restoration process. PuroClean’s IICRC professionals know that a timely response is important to maximize effectiveness.

Smoke Odor Removal & Deodorization

We are committed to removing smoke odors and leaving your property clean and fresh.  Our goal is to leave no evidence of fire or smoke damage behind, including the smell of any damage.

Heavy Duty Board ups

To protect your property from further damage by rain or intruders, we provide board-ups and roof-tarping.

Quick & Responsive

Because damage continues for days after a fire has been extinguished, a quick response by our restoration team can make the difference between recovery and permanent damage.

PuroClean of Brazos County – Here for your Fire Damage Restoration needs in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley

Fire damage in your Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley home or business needs to be addressed right away. PuroClean of Brazos County will assess the full extent of the damage to your commercial or residential property. We will then provide all the necessary fire damage remediation services, from structural support to board-ups. Our team will pack your belongings with care and respect, listen to your concerns, and work hard to clean and deodorize your property.

Fire Damage Restoration in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley

Our trained team will begin by assessing the damage, then we will remove items from the property, selecting and cleaning those that are salvageable. We will remove soot and other pollutants from the air and all surfaces.

Smoke Odor Removal & Deodorization in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley

PuroClean will use special equipment and deodorizing products needed for smoke odor removal. Our objective is to improve indoor air quality; this is very important regarding smoke odor removal jobs. We use air filtration devices (AFD’s) with HEPA and charcoal filters to reduce airborne particles and odors from air to help improve the indoor air quality. The net effect is to produce the cleanest air possible. In addition, our trained technicians will ensure that no remaining odors are detected after the job is complete so that your property is left clean and fresh.

Additional Temporary Protection

In an effort to protect your home or business from additional damage, such as rain or intruders, PuroClean of Brazos County will complete roof tarping and board-ups.

Quick and Responsive

As soon as a fire is extinguished, damage will continue for days; speedy response can be the difference between restoration and unrecoverable damage.

You can depend on PuroClean of Brazos County to respond quickly to your fire damage restoration needs. We know how unnerving this is for your family or business. This is why we work diligently and with respect for your belongings. We use the most up-to-date equipment that enables us to ensure the structural soundness of your home and get rid of smoke.

PuroClean of Brazos County Fire Mitigation Services Include:

  • Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration
  • Odor Removal and Professional Smoke Deodorization
  • Fire Restoration and Cleaning Services
  • Contents Cleaning & Pack-Outs
  • The packed-out items will be inventoried, cleaned, deodorized, repacked, stored, and delivered back to your home. In certain circumstances, PuroClean will pack out, restore and clean these items off-site depending on how much space is available at the job site.

    Temporary Protection/Board-Up*

    It’s not uncommon for a fire and smoke to damage your windows, doors, and roof. To protect your home from curious onlookers or vandals that may attempt to enter a damaged building, [business_name] will board up doors and windows. We will also tarp any affected roof that could have been damaged or destroyed in a fire, rain, or wind.

    *This service is not provided by all PuroClean franchises.

    Pad and Carpet Removal

    Carpet damaged in a fire or during the process of putting out a fire may be restored to its pre-loss condition. The PuroClean cleaning procedures are designed to return your carpet’s appearance to its pre-loss condition (if possible) without damaging the fibers. If this is not possible, the certified technicians will remove the carpet and padding and dispose of it properly.

    Puffback Cleanup

    A puff back occurs when your oil burner backfires and shoots smoke and soot into your home or business. However, puff backs can occur in oil or gas furnaces, boilers, or water heaters, sometimes causing soot and debris to accumulate in vents and on ceilings, baseboards, or carpets. PuroClean technicians will scope the job and get you to pre-loss condition as fast as possible.

    Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration Reconstruction

    Fire and smoke remediation often result in structural damage that needs to be addressed by a construction team. PuroClean’s construction staff will provide the required repairs and rebuilds, making sure the project runs smoothly.

    Do’s and Dont’s after a fire

    What You Should Do:

    Get in touch with PuroClean of Brazos County immediately!

    Do Not:

    • Try to wipe or clean the residue yourself
    • Turn on any electrical appliances such as the TV until the risk has been examined
    • Use carpet or furniture impacted by the fire
    • Eat food that may have been exposed to the heat, smoke or soot. This includes non-perishables!

    Frequently asked questions about Fire Damage Restoration in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley

    Below are the questions typically asked by our PuroClean customers:

    What happens if I have a fire late at night and need assistance?

    PuroClean of Brazos County is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and will respond to your call for fire damage restoration any time, on any day. We have your best interests at heart, and restoring your property correctly, the first time, is our top priority. Call us now at (979) 213-4060!

    Can I get a free estimate or how much does it cost?

    Call us right away at (979) 213-4060 for your free estimate of our fire damage restoration services in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley.

    Does my insurance cover a home fire?

    It will depend on your policy. If it’s covered, your insurance company will cover invoices up to your policy limit, and you’re responsible for the deductible. Contact your insurance broker to find out if this loss is covered.


How do I secure my property after the fire?

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