When you’ve experienced a house fire, smoke can get in every nook and cranny. Often in small fires the smoke damage is more severe than the fire damage. Cherished family photos, artwork, electronics, and furniture can be impacted as well. Smoke can bleed through the smallest of cracks and permeate deep into crevices. This leaves behind charred soot, foul odors, and potentially toxic fumes. We have the experience and tools to expertly handle the multi-step process of cleaning and repairing your home after fire and smoke damage.
Did you know that you could have smoke damage without having fire damage in your home?
While damaged and burned items left behind after fires are easy to see, smoke and its unpleasant smell will spread, even in areas untouched by the fire itself. Even a relatively small or contained fire can produce a large amount of smoke, and when overlooked or improperly taken care of, smoke damage can remain for years.
As home and business owners ourselves, we understand that you want unpleasant smoke odors removed as soon as the fire has been extinguished. It is important that you consult a professional before taking any action yourself. Many times, efforts to remove smoke-related odors too soon are wasteful, and in some cases, they’re even damaging. Different fires require different processes of removal. Thick, dark soot from a kitchen grease fire will require a different course of action than what’s needed to clean smoke from a chemical fire. During your initial consultation, we will determine the best course of action for you, and work with your insurance to manage billing.
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