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.
The PuroClean Restoration Services team will begin by assessing the fire destruction to your home or business. Specialists then start removing items, cleaning the ones that we can keep, and disposing of the rest. All soot and pollutants will then be removed, whether it’s airborne or on surfaces.
Our highly experienced and compassionate technicians will use special equipment to remove smoke odors and leave your home or business smelling fresh, clean, and smoke-free.
Even after a fire is extinguished, the damage can continue for quite some time; quick response can make the difference between salvageable property and extensive damage.
You can depend on PuroClean Restoration Services to respond as fast as possible to your fire damage restoration call. We know how terrifying this is for your business or family. This is why we work diligently and with compassion for your belongings. We use the most modern equipment that enables us to ensure the structural integrity of your property and get rid of smoky odors.
Our goal is to leave your home fresh and clean. This is done by effectively removing soot, dust and debris.
Salvageable items affected by the fire will have to be removed. [Company_name] will pack out these items and furnishings. Based on the available space and amount of removed items, cleaning and restoring those items may occur off- or on-site.
It’s common for fire to impact your doors, windows, and roof. To protect your home, PuroClean Restoration Services will board up doors and windows and provide tarping for any affected roof.
The carpet and the under padding aren’t always restorable after a fire. Soot can be very hard to get out, so [company name] will remove the carpet and padding if we can’t salvage it.
During a property fire, there is a possibility that your oil furnace may malfunction, quickly expelling soot and debris. PuroClean Restoration Services will professionally handle this for you.
When we have completed remediating the fire damage, it is time to repair your property to the pre-fire state. PuroClean’s construction crew will provide the required repairs and rebuilds, along with complete project management services.
Contact PuroClean Restoration Services immediately!
Below are the questions typically asked by our PuroClean customers:
What happens if I have a fire late at night and need help?PuroClean Restoration Services is open 24/7 and will respond to your call for fire damage restoration any day at any time. We have your best interests at heart, and restoring your property correctly, the first time, is our top priority. Call us now at (301) 277-2755!
What do I need to do to get a free estimate or how much does it cost?
Call us now at (301) 277-2755 for a free estimate of our fire damage restoration services in Lanham, MD.
Is a home fire covered by my insurance?
It will depend on your policy. If it is covered, the insurer will cover invoices up to your policy limit, and you are responsible for the deductible. Contact your broker to find out if this loss is covered.
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