Fire damage occurs with a wide range of severity, starting with a slight smoke odor to a total loss. Unfortunately, fire damage causes inconvenience or even tragedy for victims. Any severity raises the question of what to do to solve the problems. Our experts guide clients through the entire experience by explaining our procedures, coordinating with insurance adjusters, and finding viable solutions to decrease stress during the fire restoration process. Our project managers are always accessible to clients because communication is important during restoration. Our project managers and clients communicate frequently throughout the restoration in order for us to provide an ultimate service experience.
Sometimes, fire damage even causes water damage from bursting pipes or a number of other events. The fundamentals of smoke odor elimination are removal of the soot, sealing, and then deodorization techniques. Sealing varies according to situation, but it is used as barrier to the entry or exit of any substances. Fires can cause tremendous devastation to families and businesses, so finding the pairing with the best company to put the pieces back together is imperative. Learn more – HERE.
Biological growth is always a great concern in the water restoration industry. Wet structure paired with favorable temperatures for microorganisms can initiate microbial amplification. The importance of a timely response to any water damage is necessary to prevent secondary damage, to stop amplification of microorganisms, and to minimize potential health effects. Our highly trained specialists must master the sciences behind the drying processes, mold remediation, and abatement. They employ the most sophisticated equipment available to properly dry your residence or place of business, returning these structures to safe and comfortable habitats for where we work and live. Learn more – HERE.
Mold causes abundant damage because it can grow inconspicuously until the affected areas become largely apparent. Mold is actually relatively predictable. Although many types o f mold exist, all require the same basic necessities. Mold needs moisture, low illumination, and a food source. Without any one of these three requirements, mold will not grow. A few conditions that are encouraging for growth are favorable temperatures, stagnant air, and time. The most dangerous molds grow in temperatures that we like in our homes, around 68 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit. We hold a Mold Remediation Contractors License issued by Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors. Our team follows IICRC S520 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation. Our extensive knowledge of construction techniques and related skills help us understand the real factors involved in order to effectively and efficiently return homes or businesses back to respiratory safe conditions. Learn more – HERE.