Fire Damage Restoration Process
The fire damage restoration process includes the removal of soot residues from various surfaces and materials. Depending on the severity of the fire, the soot that remains can be drastically different from one fire to the next.
Fires that give off smoke produce smoke-filled residues and soot. When smoke is released into the air when various materials are decomposing, the soot is in the form of suspended particles, gases, and aerosols.
The fire damage restoration process is dependent on what types of residue is on the material. Different cleaning and restoration methods will be used for each residue.
- Cleaning Dry Smoke Residue
- Cleaning Wet Smoke Residue
- Protein Residue
- Fuel Oil Soot Residue
During a fire, soot and smoke particles love to settle on and adhere to any surface they can get their hands on. Our fire damage restoration process is top-notch and means we have the capability to remove and clean these residues. Put confidence in your local professionals that provide you with the best fire restoration services available!