Fort Mill, SC

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Home Restoration News


Fort Mill, SC

by: Bob Bergeron

STOP of Fort Mill

(803) 372-9451

Lancaster, SC – Benefits of Hiring us for Fire Damage Structure Cleaning Service

Fire Damage

Call Us 24/7 to Book Fire Damage Restoration from STOP Restoration of Fort Mill

Soot and Smoke Do More Damage than the Actual Fire

A house or office fire can set you back thousands of dollars in assets and possessions. The good news is that you can recover most of those if you act quickly and call STOP Restoration of Fort Mill as soon as the fire is out.

We offer a range of fire restoration services that can help you get back to your regular routine in no time. After the fire trucks leave, burnt debris and charred possessions are not the only things you will have to deal with. The water damage from fire extinguishing efforts can cause widespread flooding and mold growth. Our restoration experts will take ensure nothing is left to chance.

We Take Action As Soon As We Are Called  

Every blaze is different but the first 24 to 48 hours following one are known as the golden hours of recovery. Efficient and immediate fire restoration efforts can stabilize fire gutted structures and ensures that we can recover as much property as possible for our clients.

We take quick action because we know that the soot and smoke fire leaves behind can accelerate deterioration. This is why most fires are extinguished with dry chemicals or water. The toxic odor and smoke also has to be expelled or deodorized to prevent respiratory issues.

Our fire damage restoration process includes not only soot and smoke clearance, but also water damage restoration so that you can get back to your normal routine as fast as possible. We also examine the visible structural damage to determine recovery strategies. Our evaluation is based on the following factors:

  • Sentimental value of the property and assets.
  • Loss of use and loss of value.
  • Smoke and heat effect.
  • Replacement and restoration costs.

We Deal With a Range Of Fire Damages

Not all fires are the same. Each type can result in different types of damages and require unique solutions for damage mitigation. Some of the common types of fires we have dealt with include:

Protein fire

Protein fires can originate from ovens and stoves. These fires often leave a strong odor and smoky residue behind that no amount of elbow grease can remove.

Complex fire

When organic and synthetic materials catch fire, they can leave a greasy yellow residue behind along with a synthetic smoky odor that can hang around for days. We can clean all surfaces fast so that they don’t erode.

Natural fire

This includes trees, shrubs and bushes that catch fire because of a lightning strike, cigarettes or any spark. The smoke from these can leave a nasty odor and residue behind.

Furnace fire

Furnaces that run on oil can malfunction and the result is usually a fire and smoke that can spread throughout your home. Our fire damage restoration team can clear out the smoke, clean up the residue and recover as much of your property as possible following a furnace fire.

Do Not Delay Restoration Efforts!

The fire damage restoration effort will look different for everyone because no two fires are the same. That is why we customize our restoration efforts for each job besides taking action to prevent further damage. Get in touch with us as soon as the fire is out!


“Best Home Restoration Company in Fort Mill, SC”

Top Rated Local Home Restoration / Water Damage Repair Company

York County: Fort Mill, Rock Hill, Lancaster, Charlotte, Pineville, SC


“Best Home Restoration Company in Fort Mill, SC”

Top Rated Local Home Restoration / Water Damage Repair Company

York County: Fort Mill, Rock Hill, Lancaster, Charlotte, Pineville, SC


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