Fire is particularly damaging to property. Even when a fire doesn’t take the property entirely, it can damage quite a bit in a very short amount of time. Literally, within a snap of a finger, hundreds - if not thousands - of dollars in damage can occur because of fire and smoke.
Utah Disaster Specialists can help cleanup & restore your property after a fire. From smoke and soot cleanup to carpet and drywall restoration, as well as water damage assessment and remediation, our team of experts can tell you exactly what needs to be done to restore your property to its pre-fire glory. We can also help neutralize any remaining hazardous chemicals and/or odors that may be lingering from the fire and smoke.
Aside from damage resulting from fire, smoke and soot, people often overlook the effects water damage can have on property. After the fire has been extinguished, water damage can occur. Emergency services to secure, or board up, the property and dry it as quickly as possible may be needed.
According to AssociatedContent.com, immediate response is needed in the following areas to get everything back to normal after a house fire: removal of soot and odors; stabilizing and securing the structure; minimizing existing damage; packing of any content that’s salvageable; cleaning, deodorizing, sanitizing and restoring your content and the structure; and also performing any structural repairs necessary.
This is where Utah Disaster Specialists come in. Since we specialize in fire, smoke and water damage cleanup and restoration, we can come to your property, analyze the situation, and begin the cleanup and restoration process, all the while preventing any further damage to your property. Between the fire, smoke and soot damage, haven’t you been through enough without having to worry about the damage water and mold can cause to your property and your health?
Our team of experienced technicians offer the following services:
Clearly, a lot goes into fire and smoke damage restoration. It is a complex and difficult process. The main concern when cleaning up fire and smoke damage is the health complications it may have. There are toxic gases involved that are released when construction materials, solvents and glues are burned in a fire. These toxic gases have long-term negative effects on your health if inhaled.
Because of this reason and many others, restoring fire damaged property isn’t a job that amateurs can do, but rather is best left up to professionals. Utah Disaster Specialists’ technicians provide fire damage cleanup and restoration services that remove ash, soot and smoke. They can also help you sort through the process of what needs to be restored and what is unsalvageable.