We recognize the trauma and emotional upset that occupants suffer due to fire and smoke damage. Therefore, we work quickly and considerately to provide fire damage restoration.
Contents include household items, fixtures, metals, and other items. And we know how expensive it can be to replace these items. However, we have the solution. Our state-of-the-art techniques and cleaning processes often prevent replacement costs, thus reducing costs.
Undoubtedly, fire and smoke damage restoration requires knowledge and skill. Our PuroClean professionals are highly trained and have the expertise to do the job right. Do you need fire damage restoration services? Check out our services below.
Fire Damage Restoration Services
- Smoke Odor Removal & Professional Deodorization
- Emergency Cleaning & Sanitation
- Pack-Outs and Contents Cleaning
- Temporary Protection/Board-Up
- Carpet and Pad Removal
- Puff-Back Cleaning
Accurate and Detailed Assessment
To begin with, our certified professionals determine the full impact of fire damage. That includes the extent of smoke, heat, and residues from fire and smoke.
In addition, we’ll always keep you informed during the fire damage repair process. Thus, you will know every detail of what is happening, what to expect, and what to do. That enables you to overcome your loss and restore hope more easily.
Thorough Treatment and Respect
Treatment often includes smoke and odor removal, complete cleaning and sanitation, professional deodorization, and air vent and duct cleaning. Our smoke damage cleanup always involves respectful handling of property as if it were our own. Overall, we take the necessary steps to protect your structure and contents with extra care.
Our fire damage repair services can reverse many of the effects of fire and smoke damage. Fire damage restoration with PuroClean can make a very trying time much less unpleasant. Call us today!
The Fire Damage Restoration Process
1. Assessing the degree of damage
Firstly, the restoration technicians inspect the property and assess the extent of the fire, smoke, and soot damage. They also assess the damage from the water that was used to put out the fire. Doing so allows them to discover all the visible and hidden damage.
2. Handling of contents
After the extent of the damage is determined, the technicians will move or remove items from the property. Items can be either restored or discarded, depending on the amount of damage they suffered. Salvageable items can be restored on-site or at a different location.
3. Protecting the property
A fire most likely damages the roofs, walls, and windows. This can compromise the security of the property. The restoration team will provide board-up and roof-trap services to the property to secure it from intruders.
4. Water removal and drying
Once the property is secure, the damage restoration continues with removing the excess water that resulted from extinguishing the fire. Then, the technicians will dry the property to prevent further water damage.
5. Removing smoke and soot residue
Once the property is dry, we will clean the soot from surfaces, such as ceilings, floors, walls, and items using specialized equipment. The restoration team will also eliminate biological and chemical pollutants. Removing smoke odors is achieved with equipment such as foggers, ozone generators, and hydroxyl generators.
6. Cleaning and sanitization
At this stage in the fire damage restoration process, the technicians remove the remaining dust, debris, and smoke and soot residue from items and surfaces, and the property will be sanitized.
7. Property reconstruction*
In the final step, the restoration team will work to get your property back to its pre-loss condition. If needed, the property will undergo repairs and reconstruction, such as painting, replacing drywall or carpet, remodeling, or other necessary modifications.
*Not all PuroClean offices offer reconstruction services.