Fire Restoration

Fire Restoration2021-07-15T13:32:23-05:00

Fire Restoration is a specialized service provided by Clean Pro.

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.

We are devoted to not only structural restoration, but also restoring families back into their homes.

Fire damage can cause heat damage, fire residues, odors, and water damage.

  • Heat damage can be presented in unexpected areas.
    Heat damage is not always obvious and a knowledgeable restorer will not overlook the non-obvious.
  • Certain materials have characteristic residues when burned.
    For instance, protein source fires leave a greasy residue. Fire residues may be small, dry particles, large smeary particles, or invisible malodorous films
  • Anyone that has endured the miserable experience of a house fire never forgets the distinctive scent.
    Although scents can be quite cumbersome, we have methods to eliminate odors.
  • Sometimes, fire damage even causes water damage from bursting pipes or a number of other events.
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