If you have a fire or water emergency, please call us now at (781) 337-0344

To have the optimal experience while using this site, you will need to update your browser. You may want to try one of the following alternatives:

Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

The Complete Process of Fire Cleanup

7/2/2020 (Permalink)

Building Windows all Boarded Up after fire damage After a large fire, it is often necessary to board up windows

The fire cleanup process has many steps. Each fire is different, of course, and a fire remediation company needs to be able to adapt to the situation, but the broad outline of the process is similar. After the flames have been put out, the company likes to arrive Faster to any Size Disaster to begin working on smoke damage and other problems. The first stage involves a rapid inspection and assessment of the property. This gives technicians a good overview of the situation. After a large fire, it is often necessary to board up windows and doors and to place a tarp over a damaged roof. This secures the property against further damage.

Taking Care of Soot Damage

Some fires have few flames, yet create a lot of smoke damage. This damage infiltrates a large area of the property and often creates unpleasant odors. It also is capable of spreading soot on walls, carpeting, flooring, windows, and electrical devices. It can even affect the following items:

  • Money
  • Documents
  • Blueprints
  • Paintings
  • Titles and deeds
  • Product inventory

An experienced fire cleanup company will go beyond basic cleaning. It will employ pretesting on items to see if they can be cleaned. If the answer is yes, technicians will use such methods such as dry cleaning, immersive cleaning, and smoke cleaning to restore valuable items.

Handling Smoke Damage
Not all companies have the ability to deal with eliminating the odors and fine particles of smoke. Sometimes a job requires highly-trained specialists. A fire and smoke restoration technician is trained in the latest principles of smoke cleaning. An odor control technician has the latest equipment to get out smoke odors. An upholstery and fabric technician is certified to remove smoke damage from porous materials. All of this is needed to return a property to excellent condition after a fire. Getting rid of the impacts of fire calls for a comprehensive approach.

Other News

View Recent Posts

Copy the snippet below and paste it between the tags of the page where your phone number appears, right after the global site tag