What to do if you have a fire and water damage emergency at your home?
Should a devastating fire happen in your home, you will want to rely on a professional restoration company to quickly salvage as much of your property as possible. The longer you wait to begin fire damage restoration and water cleanup after a fire, the greater the harm that can continue to occur to your home and its contents.
Quick response time and action are critical in the aftermath of a fire. Soot, smoke and ash residue will contaminate the indoor air quality of your home and corrode surfaces, causing further deterioration of your property. As well, if not taken care of immediately, excess water from fire-fighting will continue to damage the floors, walls and furnishings in your home, and can quickly lead to the growth of hazardous mould.
At ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's we are available to respond immediately to address the fire and water damage emergency at your home. We have the resources and expertise to quickly assess fire, smoke, soot and water damage, and provide you with an estimate for fire restoration and water damage clean up in a timely manner, so you can get your life back on track, as soon as possible.
ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's has been Restoring Peace of Mind® by providing professional fire and water damage restoration to homeowners. We work directly and collaboratively with our customers to provide an outstanding results. We will guide you through the fire and water damage restoration process to your home, every step of the way. Day or night, we are available to take your call 24/7, every day of the year.
The experts at ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's work to get the job done right and stay by your side until you are satisfied with the results.
When the unforeseen happens, don’t delay. Call the fire restoration and water damage professionals at ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's.
What are the steps involved in fire and water damage restoration?
Fire and water damage restoration procedures are unique to each home and type of fire. Once your insurance company authorizes the work, your fire damage restoration company will assess the damage and begin the fire damage repair process. The steps include:
- Assessing safety concerns such as biohazards and structural issues
- Boarding up and placement of tarp coverings where necessary
- Removing unsalvageable materials from premises
- Packing up contents to be cleaned and salvaged off premises
- Extracting excess water and drying areas damaged by fire suppression methods
- Cleaning, sanitizing and deodorizing smoke, ash and soot damage
Repairing structural damage or beginning complete reconstruction if necessary