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.
Fire damage in your Oshkosh home or business needs to be addressed right away. PuroClean Disaster Recovery will assess the full extent of the damage to your residential or commercial premises. We will then supply all the necessary fire damage remediation services, from structural support to board-ups. Our trained team will pack your belongings with compassion and respect, listen to your concerns, and work diligently to clean and deodorize your property.
The PuroClean Disaster Recovery team will begin by assessing the fire destruction to your home or business. Technicians then start removing items, cleaning the ones that can be kept and disposing of what remains. All soot and pollutants will then be removed, whether it’s airborne or on surfaces.
Using state-of-the-art equipment, PuroClean Disaster Recovery’s trained and respectful technicians eradicate smoke odors, returning the affected areas clean and fresh smelling.
Roof tarping and board-ups will be performed to protect your property from further damage, such as inclement weather or intruders.
Even after a fire is put out property damage can persist for days; a quick response can be the difference between salvageable property and extensive damage.PuroClean Disaster Recovery can be trusted to react fast to your fire restoration needs. We will make use of the most advanced equipment to test the structural integrity and remove all of the smoke smell from your home or business. Our experienced techs are fully aware of the disastrous nature of this crisis. We will work closely with you, with compassion, understanding, and respect for your home or business.
Smoke Odor Removal and Professional Deodorization
We remove smoke odors with advanced equipment, like ozone generators, foggers, and hydroxyl generators.
Emergency Cleaning and SanitationPuroClean Disaster Recovery will remove soot, debris, and dust from your property, leaving it fresh and clean.
Contents Cleaning & Pack-Outs
PuroClean will pack out and clean all items and furnishings affected by the fire, but are still salvageable. How much space you have, along with the number of items removed will determine if the items are restored and cleaned on or off-site.
Oftentimes fire will impact the walls, windows and roof of your property. To offer protection for your home or business space, PuroClean Disaster Recovery will board up the windows and tarp your roof.
Removing Carpets and Padding
Soot can be very hard to remove from carpet. Sometimes the carpet is recoverable, but if not, we will remove both the carpet and padding underneath.
Debris and soot may be expelled by your oil furnace if it malfunctions. We will thoroughly clean this for you if needed.
Once PuroClean is finished with your fire damage restoration, we will get to work on construction, to get your property back to its normal condition. We will help with repairs, rebuilding, and complete the project by handing all project management.
Contact PuroClean Disaster Recovery right away!
Below are the questions typically asked by our PuroClean customers:
What happens if I have a fire late at night and need assistance?PuroClean Disaster Recovery 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 (920)232-3511!
What do I need to do to get a free estimate or how much does it cost?
Call us now at (920)232-3511 for a free estimate of our fire damage restoration services in Oshkosh.
Is a home fire covered by my insurance?
It will depend on your policy. If it’s covered, the insurer will cover invoices up to the limit on your policy, and you’re responsible for the amount of the deductible. Contact your broker to find out if this loss is covered.
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