The Four Steps of Home Restoration
When the ash settles, the fire hoses are wrapped up, and the firefighters roll away, you're still left with a smoking, dripping mess. Fortunately, Layton, UT, cleanup and restoration professionals have the training, tools, and experience needed to return your home back to a safe, comfortable condition, free of smoke damage and worse.
4 Steps For Fire and Smoke Remediation
Knowledgeable fire damage cleanup crews understand the necessity of emergency services. A lot of secondary damage could happen if there are holes in the roof, broken windows, or open access to your home. An immediate response to your emergency is necessary to prevent increased damage. If board-up and tarp services are required, it will happen as soon as possible.
Inspection and Assessment
In addition to recognizing obvious fire and smoke damage, fire cleanup and restoration technicians complete careful inspections to determine how widespread and how deep smoke, soot, fire, and water damage has gone. The rest of the restoration process is determined by the information gathered during this step.
A lot of work is done during this part of the home restoration process:
- Water removal and drying
- Smoke and soot damage cleanup
Water pumps, specialized cleansers, and sanitization products are brought to the home to ensure thorough fire, water, and smoke cleaning for the safety and comfort of everyone in the home. During this process, anything that can't be cleaned or repaired will be removed and disposed of. Stains, odors, and other lingering effects will be removed and prevented.
Restoration, Repair, and Renovation
Fires often leave a lot of damage in their wake. Cupboards, walls, shelves, carpeting, and other parts of your home may have been destroyed. When this is the case, fire damage restoration crews do their best to complete repairs. When necessary, items will be replaced. Ultimately, restoration professionals will take the steps needed to make your home look "Like it never even happened."
In the end, your home will be free of smoke damage, odors, and any other sign of fire destruction. You can be sure that your post-fire home is once again a safe, comfortable place for your family.