Has your home or property recently been through a fire accident? Here’s how a professional fire restoration and smoke remediation company can help you out.
Even after the fire trucks have left, a fire can still severely damage your home and belongings. For example, it can leave behind harmful, and even toxic, byproducts such as smoke and soot, which are just as dangerous as the fire itself. Along with that, firefighting efforts can even cause widespread water damage and flooding in your property.
Moreover, a fire can even damage certain parts of your house that you cannot see and would never expect. Thus, the job of restoring your home after a serious fire accident is best left to the professionals.
The fire damage restoration experts at the Service Team of Professionals (STOP) have the training and equipment necessary to assess the damage caused by the fire. We can even help you reinstate your home to its best possible shape as swiftly as they can.
Here is a list of reasons why you need to seek professional fire restoration services for smoke remediation.
Assess the Damage
Fires in the home or workplace differ in the amount of damage they cause. The experts at STOP will start by inspecting your property to determine the extent of destruction caused. This way we can figure out if your property’s structure can be rebuilt, restored, or if it’s a complete loss.
Cleaning Up the Damage
STOP has more than 40 years of experience in the professional restoration industry. Our specialists at STOP know how to determine structural integrity and can create a plan to clean up your property and bring it back to its pre-fire state as efficiently as possible.
Smoke from a fire can engulf your home’s walls, ceilings, and floors. Plus, with fire and smoke comes soot which is highly acidic and can create even more damage. For instance, soot can end up inside the carpet fibers, inside the ventilation systems, it can get etched into glass and coat over your personal belongings.
STOP provides incredible smoke damage restoration services to restore your property as efficiently and quickly as possible. Our team of trained technicians is IICRC-certified to handle fire, smoke, and soot damage.
Once the flames have died down, you might notice that everything inside your home or workplace smells of smoke. Not only is this an unpleasant reminder of the disaster, but it’s also possible that the source of the smell is the residual ask and soot.
Our skillful technicians at STOP will identify the source of the unpleasant odor and work to get rid of lingering smoke odors. Items including draperies, carpets, furniture upholstery, and even clothing can retain smoke-smelling molecules inside their fibers. Our team of experts will use a procedure customized to each item to break up and neutralize these molecules, thereby removing the odor.
At STOP, we understand how traumatic these experiences can be for you. Therefore, we make sure that we’re there for you at every stage. From arriving at your home quickly to inspect the damage to placing the furniture back in the right spot, we have got your back!