Fires can cause immense damage to a property and to all other belongings. CPR24 Restoration has the experience and the right equipment to restore your property to its original condition. The key to its restoration is the quick action that must be taken after the fire has gone. The quicker you respond, the more efficient is the damage assessed, fixed, and repaired.
CPR24 Restoration will provide our support and services in a professional manner for your property. Our fire damage restoration professionals are highly trained and certified in fire damage restoration techniques.
The first step is always to meet with our customers and get a closer look at the job. This is important because if any item is more valuable or sentimental to you, we make sure to give special care.
Remember that you should never try to remediate your property after a fire has just extinguished. Only a professional has the necessary experience to value the damage and make your home safe again.
The process of fire damage restoration by professionals
Confirm that the property is safe to enter.
The first step for remediation professionals is to ensure that the building is stabilized and safe to enter. The first inspection of the property comes from outside the building and then they’ll check for structural integrity.
Even if the fire has extinguished, smoke and soot can still be a problem and cause damage. Should be aware and careful of soot staining, mould, rust, and the air quality in the home. Depending on the surface material soot staining usually can completely be removed, but there are other situations where it can leave a permanent stain.
Professionals will make sure to look for all materials and give them a proper clean to reduce damage. Also, mould and mildew become a problem because of the fire extinguished procedure. If water damage is suspected, the removal process should begin as soon as possible to prevent more damage.
Another major problem is air quality, and it should be the focus of every professional while remediation. Cleaning the smoke requires using air scrubbing and air mover to clean the air.
These kinds of products should be used on every surface that has been absorbed by the smoke.
Remove soot and debris
The longer the soot remains on a surface, the more damage it can cause. That’s why it’s recommended to remove soot and debris before beginning the restoration process.
Removing them will also be helpful to improve air quality.
Remove too damaged items
Any personal item that is highly damaged should be removed from the home. Take caution in electrical machines or other objects because they may still be unplugged. A fire damage restoration professional can clean contaminated items and make them ready for re-entering the home once it’s finished.
Eliminate excess water
Since the water can soak into flooring or walls, professionals should clean up as soon as possible any water problem or wet surfaces.
Deodorizing, deep cleaning, and removing stains
This is the part where prioritized items come first. It is important to consider that items that are highly damaged should be replaced, and the rest deep cleaned. Professional cleaning comes with specific products depending on the product, but they always consider the type of material and the time that it was penetrated by smoke.
Usually, carpets and other fabrics are the most easily ruined. In some cases, they can be washed and cleaned, but you can tell with a quick look if it is too damaged or it can be restored.
CPR24 Restoration is a full-service mould remediation company. What it means is that we offer the full scale of solutions needed for complete removal and prevention of mould. From identifying the cause of mould to fixing any design flaws or tubing associated with it to repairing or replacing the affected areas, and the prevention of further mould by removal and sealing to rigorous testing to detect any traces of new mould, we strive to be a leader in the mould solutions industry.
By following our team tips, you easily will remove mould in areas such as bathroom walls and floors, however, if you have a significant mould issue, please call CPR24 Restoration.