Fire can cause severe damage for a homeowner. Professional guidance and assistance allows you to rest assured as much as possible is salvaged following a loss.
Most common types of fire that affect homeowners
Smoke from burning bushes, shubbery, and trees penetrate the structure creating odor and residue indoors.
Malfunctioning oil-fired furnaces distribute smoke throughout the home.
Many synthetic and natural belongings leave a residue on surfaces and create odors when burned. In the instance of a complex fire corrosion mitigation should be implimented to protect surfaces at risk.
When food in the oven or on the stove has burned strong odors and residues are present.
Fire Damage includes more than just burned belongings:
- If left behind, Smoke and Ash can continue to cause corrosion and damage.
- If odors are not treated they can stay in the home well after the fire is over.Leaks in plumbing
- Surfaces and walls can discolor in only a few minutes.
- Appliances can turn yellow and finishes can be damaged.
- Smoke tarnishes metal and can etch glass in a short time.
Timely restoration is the key to effective mitigation of water damage.
Water damage spreads quickly to other areas in your home.
Within hours wood swells and begins to deteriorate spreading bacterial odor through your home.
Secondary damage can cause many complications leading to costly repair and severe disruption.