Smoke and fire damage to your home is devastating. Determining the exact cost for cleanup depends on many significant factors, such as the extent of the damage, potential water cleanup, chemical repair from extinguishers, soot removal, and smoke damage restoration.
Don’t wait! Postponing fire restoration can worsen the destruction from smoke damage. The longer you wait to address the issues, the more repairs you'll have to make, likely with a more massive bill in the end. Avoid costly repairs and long-term effects and make fire damage restoration a priority to avoid potential problems that can occur from a delay.
The damage restoration process addresses the damage caused by a fire in your home or business premises. We restore normal living conditions to get you back to normal as quickly as possible.
Emergency Restoration Services, LLC will assess the extent of the damage to your property and will try to save as many of your home and personal belongings such as appliances, furniture, and clothing as we can. This process involves looking at how far the fire, smoke, and soot have traveled, as well as seeing how severely the fire affected your walls and furniture. Only by understanding the extent of the damage can we come up with a plan of action, an estimate for how much the restoration should cost, and an estimate of how long it will take.
You will receive pictures and written records of everything we remove from your home. After the restoration is complete, we’ll return any salvageable furniture and appliances to your home. We work quickly and carefully to get you back into your home as soon as possible. Emergency Restoration Services, LLC will stay in contact with you to make sure of the successful completion of repairs.
Once restoration begins in earnest, the main priority will always be to prevent damage from getting worse. For example, a hole burned in an exterior wall or your roof would receive immediate attention. Fire damage restoration also often goes hand in hand with water damage restoration. If the fire has damaged a pipe or water tank, it’s essential to stop the water damage before it spreads.
We understand that it’s not just a house, it’s your home. A fire in a home can seem overwhelming. The aftermath can be a blur – what to do first?
Restoration companies are usually the first responders following significant damage to a home after floods and fires, water pipe breaks, sewage backups, and other significant events. The job of a restoration company is to clean up the mess and to preserve and protect the home and its contents so further damage will not occur.
The next task is to clean away smoke, dust, and soot from your surfaces. After a fire, you will often find your property looks dark, stained, and charred. Our job is to clean up this damage and to get your property looking as normal as possible. Also, standing pools of water will be removed using submersible pumps, and the areas will then be dried and sanitized. Water damage can also cause health problems, so sanitization is particularly essential.
During fire damage restoration, we also remove any odors that linger after the smoke has been in the room. This process might involve carpet cleaning or replacement and will often include adjacent rooms as well as those directly affected by the fire.
The final step of clean-up includes the removal and disposal of items too badly damaged to be repairable. Furniture that has absorbed contaminated water or badly burned carpeting may need to be thrown out and replaced.
The next stage is to repair the rest of the damage caused by the fire. For instance, if the fire destroyed your cabinets, we will fix or replace them. The replacement of carpets, installation/painting of walls, and rehanging of wallpaper is including in the services we provide.
The goal is to get your property looking as good as new. Emergency Restoration Services, LLC offers not only water, fire, and smoke restoration but also renovation and reconstruction services, leaving it looking better than before. These services can be something of a silver lining if you turn this tragedy into an opportunity to renovate your property and to enjoy having a completely new redesign. ERS can do that, as well.
The fire department and emergency services put out the fire. However, you still need fire damage restoration services quickly to prevent damage from spreading through your property and making a bad situation worse. You’ll need a fire restoration contractor who can assess the damage, give you an estimate on costs, and start the clean-up process. That’s Emergency Restoration Services LLC.