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How To Do It Right During Fire Damage Restoration In Montgomery

9/11/2018 (Permalink)

Fire Damage How To Do It Right During Fire Damage Restoration In Montgomery  Apart from the many items the flames, smoke, heat, and water damaged, there is more to expect.

Fire Damage Restoration In Your Home

A lot of patience is needed when dealing with fire damage incidents. Apart from the many items the flames, smoke, heat, and water damaged, there is more to expect. Some of the things that the fire did not consume may appear soggy after coming into contact with the water that was used to extinguish the fire. Still, there are items which need careful cleaning before being reused. Repair of holes that firefighters might have made on the roof of your Montgomery home to let out smoke and heat is also necessary.

Our SERVPRO team inspects your Montgomery home to determine the extent of the fire damage. During this process, we identify the type of smoke residues in your home and come up with the most suitable restoration processes. A single cleaning process cannot be appropriate for different kinds of surfaces, so we may have to use several methods to do the job right.

Capturing and removing the smoke particles from the building is part of the work that our SERVPRO technicians perform. We use fluid or air-based techniques to suspend and remove the particles from surfaces - with dissolving and vacuuming being the most common. We use dissolving when we want to remove soils which are firmly attached to surfaces. After breaking the bond, we rinse or extract the cleaning product together with the residues. We choose the cleaning product carefully since some can react with some surfaces and cause additional damage.

It's also our work to dispose of the residues by following the local and state requirements since they differ from one city or state to the other. Despite that, some rules are consistent and apply across the country. For instance, a dry cleaning agent is regarded as industrial waste and cannot be released into a septic or sewer system.

At SERVPRO of Montgomery South, We're Faster To Any Size Disaster, and we offer 24-hour Emergency services. Call us at (334) 284-1612 for a stress-free restoration process that meets all your needs.

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