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Why Choose PuroClean of Lansdale for fire damage restoration?

Fire damage in your Lansdale, PA property needs to be dealt with immediately. The experts at PuroClean of Lansdale will determine the full extent of the damage to your residential or commercial property. We will then provide all the necessary fire damage restoration services, from structural support to board ups. Our team will pack your belongings with compassion and respect, listen to your concerns and work diligently to clean and deodorize your property. 

Fire Damage Restoration

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

Smoke Odor Removal & Deodorization

Using special equipment, our trained and respectful technicians remove smoke odors, leaving your commercial or residential property clean and fresh.

Temporary Protection

We provide board-ups and roof-tarping to help protect your home or business from further damage by storms or intruders.

Quick & Responsive

Once a fire is extinguished, damage continues for days; quick response can make the difference between recovery and permanent damage

We know how frustrating and stressful fire damage restoration can be for your family or business, and we want to reassure you that this is only a setback. PuroClean of Lansdale will help you pull through by ensuring clear communication and by delivering excellent service. We handle our up-to-date equipment with expertise to ensure the smoky odors are removed and that your property is structurally sound. 

PuroClean Fire Mitigation Services Include

Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration

  1. First, we assess the extent of damage caused by fire, smoke, soot, and the water used to extinguish the fire.
  2. Next, our technicians will remove non-salvageable items, like non-perishable food and burned clothing. Items able to be saved may be restored either on or off-site.
  3. We will then secure your property from intruders by providing board-ups and tarps where needed. 
  4. Next, the team removes excess water, drying the affected areas to avoid further water damage.
  5. Once the property is dry, our technicians remove soot from surfaces and items using specialized equipment. Unseen biological and chemical pollutants will then be removed, followed by smoke odor removal.
  6. Finally, PuroClean of Lansdale removes any remaining smoke, dust, and debris and completely sanitizes the property.

Smoke Odor Removal & Professional Deodorization

We remove smoke odors with specialized equipment, like foggers, ozone generators, and hydroxyl generators.

Emergency Cleaning & Sanitation

We remove soot, dust, and debris from your property, leaving it clean and fresh.

Pack-Outs and Contents Cleaning

Any salvageable items affected by the fire will need to be removed. We will pack out those items and furnishings. Depending on the available space and amount of items removed, cleaning and restoring those items may occur on or off-site.

Temporary Protection/Board-Up

Many times a fire affects the roof, walls, and windows of your home or business. To protect your space, we will board up the windows and provide roof tarping. 

Carpet and Pad Removal

Soot can be very difficult to remove from carpet. Sometimes the carpet is salvageable. If not, we will remove the carpet and padding underneath. 

Puff-Back Cleaning

A malfunctioning oil furnace may suddenly expel soot and debris. Allow us to professionally clean this oily, sticky mess. 

Do’s and Don’ts After a Fire

Do…

Do Contact PuroClean of Lansdale immediately!

Don’t…

Try to wipe or clean the residue yourself

Turn on the TV or other electrical appliances until the risk has been assessed

Use furniture or carpet affected by the fire

Consume food that may have been exposed to heat, smoke, or soot. This even includes non-perishables!

Fire Damage Restoration Services FAQs

Below are questions typically asked by our PuroClean customers:

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

PuroClean of Lansdale 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 (267) 834-5900

What do I need to do to get a free estimate or how much does it cost?

Call us now at (267) 834-5900 for a free estimate of our fire damage restoration services.

Is a home fire covered by my insurance?

It depends on your policy. If it is covered, the insurance company will cover invoices up to your policy limit, and you are responsible for the deductible. Contact your agent to find out if this loss is covered.

A prompt response using the

PuroClean QuickDry System™ can save

15-40%

on water damage claim costs.

PuroClean provides Fire & Smoke Clean Up

Expert Restoration Service

PuroClean technicians are highly trained and certified, and use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to effectively remediate property damage.

FAQ

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