PuroClean answers your call and immediately moves into action 24/7. After a fire is extinguished timing is critical. Fire damage repairs must begin quickly to maximize effectiveness.
Recognizing the trauma and emotional upset that occupants suffer, we work quickly and considerately to mitigate damage to salvageable property, such as household items, fixtures, metals, and other contents. Our state-of-the-art techniques and cleaning processes often prevent replacement costs, thereby reducing costs. Fire and smoke damage restoration requires knowledge and skill, and our PuroClean professionals have the expertise to do the job right.
Our certified professionals determine the full extent of fire damage, including the impact of smoke, heat, and residues from fire and smoke. We keep home and business owners informed, helping to overcome their loss and restoring hope by explaining what can be saved and how, and in a way they can understand what is happening, what to expect, and what they can do.
When necessary, treatment may include smoke and odor removal, complete cleaning and sanitation, professional deodorization, and air vent and duct cleaning. Our treatment always includes respectful handling of property as if it were our own. We take extra care and the necessary steps to protect the structure and contents.
Our comprehensive emergency fire damage repair services can reverse many of the effects of fire and smoke damage. Restoration and fire damage repairs with PuroClean can make a very trying time much less unpleasant.
Call your insurance agent and submit your claim. He or she will provide you with information on securing your home,
Flammable liquids and gases, electrical fires, combustible metals, and kitchen fires involving cooking oils and fats.
Legally, only a licensed inspector like a structural engineer or industrial hygienist can determine the safety of a building. Besides,
Water can lead to more damage such as mold growth. Reputable restoration companies also extract the water from the damaged
It depends on the type of fire (or fuel). If it’s a burning solid such as wood, paper, or coal,