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What To Know About Professional Fire Restoration

2/7/2018 (Permalink)

In case of a house fire, you do not want to handle the restoration alone. A professional service is more equipped to handle the smoke cleaning and restoration process. If you are on the fence, however, here is what professionals can help you to do after a fire.

1. Inspect Building

A professional should always inspect a building for fire and smoke damage. They can give you the best estimate on what to do to repair your home or business. In addition, professionals give you more peace of mind that they will perform every step properly.

2. Remove Items

Item removal is one of the most important steps of the process. Fire can damage items and furniture beyond repair. Your contractors are usually able to go through your items with you and assess soot damage. They help you decide what to clean and what to throw out. The same goes for key components of your home, such as walls and flooring.

3. Repair Structure

The final step is to start the restoration of the building. This usually entails the cleaning of all soot. The professionals may use a variety of air filters or fans to clean the air and help with circulation of airflow. This helps remove some of the smoke odor. However, for contractors to get rid of the smell entirely, they must take care of the source. Smoke cleaning often involves the repair of anything that suffered smoke damage. After, restoration on the building can finally begin. Not only can workers finish the cleanup, but they can also begin to repair the structure.

After a house fire in Clayton, MO there is already a lot of stress on you and your loved ones. To have a professional at your side to help you through the restoration process is invaluable. It takes away some of the pressure when cleaning up smoke damage.

Visit http://www.SERVPROclaytonladue.com for more information on fire damage.

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