Fire Damage Restoration
Restoring your home or business after fire damage to its pre-fire condition is our main goal. As a leading fire damage restoration company, we specialize in fire damage cleanup and fire restoration, smoke damage cleanup, and removal of smoke odors. Our team will deep-clean and remove soot from walls, carpets, and upholstery.
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24/7 Emergency Service
We Can Help in the Aftermath of Fire Damage
Beyond the fire damage, smoke and soot can be toxic, creating a hazardous situation. Even if a fire is contained in one area, smoke and soot can travel throughout a structure. Our professionals are highly-trained, with the experience, tools, and knowledge to clean up fire damage and remove the smell of smoke. In keeping with our goal to restore your home and cherished possessions to their pre-fire condition, we use appropriate personal protective measures to safely clean, deodorize and restore your property.
Get Back to Business Quickly After a Fire
As a business owner, you know that any disruption in business affects your bottom line. We have large loss teams that work alongside our local SERVPRO experts. These restoration professionals can respond quickly and understand your unique set of problems when faced with fire damage cleanup and smoke damage removal. Our goal is to help you get your business up and running again as soon as possible after a fire.
Why You Can Trust SERVPRO After a Fire
24/7 Emergency Service
A fire can break out at any time, and our Customer Care Center is ready to take your call, day or night. Contact us -24/7 for fire cleanup, smoke damage, and fire damage restoration.
Highly Trained Fire and Water Restoration Specialists
Our fire damage restoration professionals have the expertise and equipment needed to get the job done to your satisfaction as quickly as possible.
#1 In the Cleanup and Restoration Industry
We’re a trusted leader in the restoration industry.
Preferred Vendor Status
Easier Insurance Claims Process
After a Fire - Use Caution
While waiting for help to arrive, safety is key:
- Assess whether it’s safe to stay in the house.
- Look out for electrical and “slip and fall” hazards.
- Only attempt activities that are safe for you to perform.
- Wet materials can be VERY heavy. Be careful!
- If safe to enter, and weather permits; open windows and doors to “air out” structure and help remove smoke smell.
What You Should Do After a Fire:
Limit movement in the home to help prevent cross-contamination and further smoke damage from soot particles being embedded into upholstery and carpets.
Cover Traffic Areas
Empty Fridge & Freezer
What You Should Not Do After a Fire:
Don't Wash Walls or Carpet
Don't Clean Electrical Appliances
Don't Eat Soiled Food
Don't Turn On The Lights
Don't Clean Your Clothes
Don't Touch Soot Covered Items
Steps In Our Fire Restoration Process
Inspection & Fire Damage Assessment
Immediate Board-Up & Roof Tarp Service
Water Removal & Drying
Removal of Smoke & Soot From All Surfaces
Cleaning & Sanitizing
Repairs and Construction
The majority of cleaning after a fire is working to remove soot residues from the structure and contents of the home or business. We have a specific process we follow, which is tailored to each fire damage situation.
Experiencing a fire to your home or business can be traumatic and stressful, and knowing what to do after a fire can seem overwhelming. First, contact a local disaster relief agency and your insurance company for immediate assistance, especially if you’ve been displaced. Try to locate any necessary documents you’ll need, like a driver’s license and other records, but don’t enter the structure unless the fire department has deemed it safe for you to do so, first.
The timeline for a fire restoration varies greatly, and depends on the severity of fire, smoke and soot damage. The size of the building and the amount of contents also helps determine the length of time for restoration. SERVPRO technicians will complete a full scope of work at the beginning of the project and will provide you with an estimated timeline so you know what to expect.