Fire Smoke Soot Damage Removal

First Call Restoration is an expert in Fire Smoke Soot Damage Removal. FCR is here to help to restore your property after fire, soot or smoke damage.

Fire Damage can be physically and emotionally devastating. The aftermath of a fire can usually mean weeks or even months of repair to the structure and may temporarily remove you from your home. Smoke odors penetrate the structure and contents while layers of soot blanket everything within its reach.

The Damage to Furniture and Contents needs immediate attention after fire damage occurs. While on site, furniture and contents may continue to absorb odors and soot residues. FCR has the ability to professionally inspect, clean, restore, or refinish your contents to a pre-loss condition.

Odors from the Smoke can be absorbed by almost any surface or material. This fact is especially true if the surface or material is porous. Fabrics, wood, leathers, concrete, etc. can all trap and hold odors. FCR utilizes EPA approved products and techniques to remove or neutralize bad odors as a result of fire damage.

Smoke and Soot Cleanup Procedure

Whether the cause of fire is electrical, arson, chemical or another source, FCR has the knowledge and experience to remove soot particles and smoke damage from any material. A detailed cleaning is very important after a fire, due to the nature of the soot spread and airborne risks. We detail clean all of the contents and the structure with specialized products and methods to remove all the smoke, soot and odor. We will then work with you to make any necessary repairs and return the structure to its pre-loss condition.

Smoke damage

Some fires produce smoke that burns slow and creates a strong odor. When people think of smoke damage, they focus mainly on furniture and perhaps the walls. However, smoke can cause harm to much more than one might think. During a fire, smoke works its way throughout the pipes in the house and up to all levels of the structure. The integrity of the entire house can be compromised.

Removing Soot

Before you start deodorizing carpets, curtains, upholstered furniture and clothing, you must remove soot. This is a tough task to perform without the proper knowledge and equipment due to the fact soot is oily, and can stains items. Make First Call Your First Call and begin to put the Fire Damage behind you today.

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