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Will I smell smoke, even after the repairs take place?

It is our guarantee and specialty in insure that the odors and residue of smoke and fire are completely eliminated by using OSHA compliant materials and professional chemicals. […]

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Is it safe to be in the home after a fire has occurred?

The safety of the home after a fire has occurred is circumstantial and will vary depending on the severity of the smoke damage and if the structural integrity of the […]

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What are the most common causes of house fires?

The most common causes of a house fire are kitchen fires, electrical fires, complications, or accidents caused by smoking and lightning strikes. […]

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Can fire smoke damage my eyes?

Yes. Exposure to any smoke can irritate the eyes and cause breathing and other health issues. With a modern fire many synthetic materials will be burnt – they produce hazardous […]

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Can fire extinguisher dust be cleaned from carpet?

[VIDEO] Yes, but it is recommended that the work be done by professionals. The residue is an irritant and can cause discomfort and/or breathing problems; and can irritate the skin. […]

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How do I clean my dryer vent to prevent fires?

[VIDEO] Clean the lint filter before and after each load of laundry. Don’t forget to clean the back of the dryer where lint can build up. Clean lint out of […]

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How do I clean furniture after a fire?

[VIDEO] To remove soot and smoke from walls, furniture and floors, use a mild soap or detergent or mix together 4 to 6 tbsp. tri-sodium phosphate and 1 cup household […]

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What is the powder in a fire extinguisher?

Monoammonium phosphate, ABC Dry Chemical, ABE Powder, tri-class, or multi-purpose dry chemical is a dry chemical extinguishing agent used on class A, class B, and class C fires. It uses […]

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What are some of the main causes of fire?

[VIDEO] Fires are mainly caused from dried leaves, faulty electrical wiring or equipment, unattended stoves and ovens, unattended candles, children playing with fire, flammable liquids, and careless smoking. […]

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What should I do if I am on fire?

STOP! Moving or running feeds air to the flames and worsens the fire. DROP to the floor—if you stand up, the fire can burn your face. ROLL slowly on the […]

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