FIRE AND SMOKE DAMAGE RESTORATION
What is Smoke and Fire Damage Restoration?
When a fire occurs it is of both sentimental as well as financial importance to restore what can be saved or cleaned. Our fire restoration services provides the customer with the option of saving their seemingly destroyed belongings. The more quickly items are salvaged, the better shape they will be in. This is true because homes today have many synthetic goods that create chemical reactions that cause items to be often beyond saving within several days. Therefore, it is important to engage in smoke and fire damage restoration promptly.
Why Does Restoration Need to Be Done?
Soot and smoke damage in clothing, upholstery, curtains, carpets, and other such belongings can be cleaned. This helps avoid the high replacement cost of these belongings. Fire is a chemical reaction that involves often as many as 90 chemicals. A typical household or commercial facility has many different types of plastic, metal, cloth, etc. within it. These are fuel for the fire and react to the fire differently as well as melting on one another. Therefore, the end result of a fire is that different causes and contents cause differing end results.
Why Choose Our System?
- Air cleaning as fresh air beings to recirculate within the facility.
- Other odors are removed through the process of oxidation.
- Smoke odors and items present with a smoky odor are cleaned and odors removed.
- Germs, bacteria, and mildew are killed.
- Cleans deep into porous materials to remove odors.
- Kills mold, mildew and fungus.
- Ionizes the air so smoke particles and odors will be removed from the air.
- Removes smoke and odors from furniture and household content.
- Preliminary cleaning and restoration is conducted post assessment.
- Commercial facility or home goods cleaning and salvage.
- Packing of goods as needed to commence the cleaning and restoration process.
- Structural cleaning on ceiling, floors, walls, and counters as applicable.
- Undamaged goods covered and protected to avoid spreading soot.
What Can It Save?
A site assessment is conducted to determine the extent of the damage and what can be cleaned and salvaged. All goods cannot always be salvaged, but many times much can be restored. Anyone who has experienced the destructive power of a fire knows just how important it is to restore memories and lifelong possessions.
Adapted from http://caltexinternational.com