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.
Damage from fire in your Cranston home or business needs to be addressed right away. The full extent of your damage will be determined by PuroClean of Rhode Island immediately upon arrival. Following this, we will perform all fire damage restoration tasks required, such as board-ups and structural repairs and support. PuroClean of Rhode Island will work fervently to clean and deodorize your premises. Our technicians are trained to pack your belongings with care and respect and to listen to your concerns.
Our trained team will begin by assessing the damage, then we will remove items from the premises, selecting and cleaning those that are salvageable. We will remove soot and any pollutants from the air and all surfaces.
Using state-of-the-art equipment, PuroClean of Rhode Island’s trained and compassionate technicians eradicate smoke odors, leaving the affected areas clean and fresh smelling.
In order to protect your home or business from any further harm, such as intruders or rain, PuroClean of Rhode Island will complete roof tarping and board-ups.
Even after a fire is put out property damage can continue for quite some time; a quick response can be the difference between recovery and extreme damage.PuroClean of Rhode Island can be trusted to react as fast as possible to your fire damage restoration needs. We understand the devastation you’re going through due to the damage to your business or home. Therefore we will be respectful when handling your personal belongings. PuroClean of Rhode Island will then use their state-of-the-art equipment to eliminate smoke odors from all areas.
Upon arrival, PuroClean of Rhode Island technicians will estimate the scope of the damage caused by water used to extinguish the fire, soot, smoke, and the actual fire. Upon this determination, our specialists will start by taking out non-salvageable items like damaged food and burnt clothing. The salvageable items will also be removed and stored on-site if possible, or at a nearby location. Next we’ll complete temporary protection from weather or intruders by using board-ups, tarps, and whatever is required. Excess water from extinguishing the fire will then be removed and all areas dried completely to stop additional water related damages. As soon as all areas are free of moisture our technicians will use our specialized equipment to remove the soot from all surfaces. Lastly, we finish the project by removing hidden biological and chemical pollutants, as well as the removal of all smoke, smoke odor, dust and debris, and wrap up by doing a site-wide sanitization of your business or home.
Odor Removal and Professional Smoke Deodorization
Special equipment is used to remove smoke odors. This equipment consists of hydroxyl generators, foggers, and ozone generators.
Emergency Cleaning and Sanitation
We will remove debris, soot, and dust from your property, leaving it fresh and clean.
Pack-Outs and Contents Cleaning
Affected items that are still salvageable after the fire will have to be removed. We will pack out these belongings and furnishings. Depending on the available space and amount of items removed, restoring and cleaning those items may occur on- or off-site.
Board-up and Temporary Protection
Often fire will impact the walls, windows and roof of your premises. To offer protection for your home or business space, PuroClean of Rhode Island will tarp your roof and board up the windows.
Removing Carpets and Padding
Carpet and the under padding isn’t always restorable after fire damage. Soot is quite difficult to get out, so [company name] will remove both the carpet and padding if it can’t be salvaged.
During a fire, there is a chance that your oil furnace may malfunction, quickly expelling soot and debris. PuroClean of Rhode Island will professionally handle this for you.
Fire Restoration Reconstruction
When we are finished with remediating the fire damage, it is time to repair your property to the pre-fire state. PuroClean’s construction staff will provide the required rebuilds and repairs, along with complete project management services.
Contact PuroClean of Rhode Island 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 of Rhode Island 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 always have your best interests at heart, and restoring your property correctly, the first time, is our top priority. Call us now at 401-737-4329!
What do I need to do to get a free estimate or how much does it cost?
Call us right away at 401-737-4329 for your free estimate of our fire damage restoration services in Cranston.
Does my insurance cover a home fire?
It depends on your policy. If it is covered, your insurance company will cover all invoices up to your policy limit, 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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