Fire Damage Restoration
24/7 Emergency Fire Damage Restoration In Kent, Washington and Greater Seattle area.
24/7 Fire Damage
Fires can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars in property losses in a matter of minutes. However, the flames are not the only causes of damage in fire cases.
The initial response after a fire is to protect your home or business from future damage by tarping and boarding up any exposed areas. This will help protect the property from weather elements and potential vandals.
The smoke and soot residues can completely destroy personal belongings and areas of the property that were not even affected by the initial fire. In addition, fire damage will also include extreme water damage caused by the tons of water used to extinguish and control the flames.
If you have experienced recent fire damage to your residential or commercial property, call Liberty Restoration today. Our fire damage technicians are IICRC Fire & Smoke Certified Technicians and have the skills and equipment to completely restore your homes.
24/7 Emergency Fire Damage Restoration
Our Fire Damage Repair Process
A house fire is an event that no homeowner should ever have to face, but accidents happen and fires can engulf an entire home with flames in the blink of an eye. When dealing with a fire damaged property, the owner should seek professional fire damage restoration as soon as possible. The longer the damages sits untreated, the more damages will occur.
At Liberty Restoration, we have extensive experience in fire damage restoration and have restored hundreds of homes for our clients. We strive to quickly repair your home or business and alleviate as much stress as possible. Through our years of experience, we have created a customizable fire damage restoration plan that can be altered to fit all situations. This restoration process includes the following:
Fire Smoke Cleaning
No two fires are the ever the same, and fires can produce large amounts of smoke damage. When dealing with any kind of smoke damage, it’s incredibly important to begin the cleaning and deodorization process as quickly as possible. The longer the soot sits in the structure, the more difficult the odor and residue will be to remove. In the minutes after a fire, the smoke and soot will begin to discolor plastic materials, appliances, and porous materials. As the smoke and soot sit for longer, the more damages will occur.
When the Liberty Restoration fire damage technicians arrive on-site, they will follow the highest standard of care. When our team is ready to deodorize the area, the technicians will use odor counteracters to remove as much of the smoke smell as possible. Depending on the situation, the technicians may use a thermal fogger or an ozone treatment to further eliminate the odors. In addition, the technicians will use air scrubbers to purify the indoor air.
All fire damage and smoke damage situations are unique, so our technicians may use different methods of smoke removal depending on each case.