Fire Damage Restoration
If you are experiencing a fire, call 911 immediately! Once you know that you and your loved ones are safe and that the fire has been terminated, it’s time to assess the damage. Our fire response specialists have years of experience restoring homes and offices that have experienced fire damage. Fire damage restoration is a process of cleaning up fire debris, smoke stains, and even water that may have been used to put out the fire. Often, restoration includes extensive work to walls, flooring, and countertops. Our certified professionals have the tools and know how to repair heat, smoke, and water damage. Beware of these common ways a fire can start in your home:
Protein Fire: Beware of the Protein Fire. This is the most common type of fire. You’ve left food in the oven and the stove burns, leaving a strong burnt odor and smoke residue on surfaces and walls nearby. Avoid this by always being in the kitchen when cooking.
Complex Fire: The Complex Fire involves natural or synthetic household items leaving black smoke residue on materials and surfaces. For example, you’ve left an uncovered pan cooking on the stove and suddenly you have stains on your walls. Try to move burning items away from walls and surfaces and never leave a fire unattended.
Natural Fire: Be careful of burning trees, shrubs, and plants. They can easily penetrate your home and cause damage.
Furnace Malfunction: Check your heating appliances regularly. Malfunctioning appliances such as furnaces and bedroom heaters can create smoke and potentially start a fire.