Returning your home to the condition it was in before it was damaged by a fire can be a big, challenging job. Often times you are not just dealing with fire damage and Fire Restoration Process. Most fires also include smoke and soot damage throughout the house and water damage from the fire trucks that put the fire out.
The experts at USA Restoration Pros have put together a multi-step process that allows us to cleanup the damage then restore your home and belongings back to their original condition.
- Speedy Response – We understand that time is crucial. If your home suffered water damage during the fire that water can continue to damage the home. The faster we act the more damage we can prevent.
- Assessment – Our expert technicians will do a thorough inspection of your home and assess the damage. From there we will come up with a detailed plan for cleaning and restoring your home.
- Further Damage Prevention – Fires may leave holes in the roof, walls or doors. There can also be broken windows. We will immediately board up those holes to prevent them from causing any additional damage.
- Water Removal – Our first major step is to remove any water that is in the house. We remove the water and dry the area including a full dehumidifying process to protect the rest of the house from any water damage.
- Soot and Smoke Removal – It is not uncommon for smoke and soot to actually do more damage to your home than the fire itself. We use our specialized training and equipment to remove soot and smoke from all surfaces.
- Cleanup – Once your home has been dried, the soot and smoke has been removed and any holes to outside exposure have been closed, we begin the cleanup process. This can include using a variety of tools and equipment to remove the smoke odors from your home
- Restoration – This is the final step in the process where we return your home to its pre-fire condition. This can include everything from installing new carpet, repairing the structure of your home, painting and other major repairs. When our team is done you will never be able to tell that your home had suffered any form of fire damage.