How Does Residential Fire Damage Restoration Work?
We start with a thorough assessment of your home. This is to see what kind of damage it has sustained. Fire damage includes burned materials, smoke smell, and soot residue. Your home may be subject to water damage after the fire is extinguished. All of these factors add to your loss.
Here’s what is involved in Compleat’s fire and smoke damage restoration process:
Emergency Board Up
As soon as your fire damaged property is released by the fire marshal, we stabilize your home. We board up any exposed areas as a security measure, and to protect them from the weather.
We perform an initial pre-clean of smoke-affected property. This is to halt the damage for a cost-effective and successful restoration project.
Smoke Odor Reduction
The smell of smoke lingers if you don’t treat it. We use several professional tools and techniques to reduce the smoke odor including:
- Negative air containment
- And thermal fogging
Depending on the type of loss, there are many of solutions we can employ. Our trained team of project managers and construction coordinators work to determine the scope of work, the types of materials needed to repair the damage, and scheduling the repairs. Your satisfaction is our number one priority.
Cleaning Your Belongings
If smoke and fire damage affects your belongings, we work with you and your insurance company to determine what can be restored, and what will be replaced. We use professional ultrasonic cleaning to restore your damaged belongings that can be restored.
Put Your Mind at Ease
Fire damage to your home can be overwhelming. Compleat Restorations is here to help. Contact us now and we will be on our way.