Process of Cleaning Fire Damage
What would you do if you came home after a long work day, and your house is on fire? Or you were about lock up for the night and you smell something burning and the business is in flames in the back room? A call to the fire department is the first step, butwhat aboutall the damage and soot inside? SERVPRO of Breckinridge, Grayson, Meade, and Hancock Counties will take care of all your worries. We’re trained with all proper licenses to be able to handle fire.
For the best results, we should start as soon as we have approval from an adjuster. We have a “pack away” option for customers to have items packed up and cleaned to then returned to them at the end. We have non-salvageable sheets to make a listof what we think is not savable and with your permission, we can discard approved items. After everything has been removed from the house, we clean the ceiling with a fire sponge and that removes soot off ceilings. Then, the crew will over the affected walls and work together as a team. One willapply the first chemical treatment and then the second person will wipe the wall down with another chemical. The HVAC units in your home is cleaned to make sure all the soot, smoke, and any other debris in the system gets cleaned out. All the furniture that was in the home is cleaned, free of soot. Once, the inside is finished we mop all floors, if they didn’t get removed from damage. We will also provide one more specialized service at the end of cleaning process to get rid of any other smell that didn’t get completely out. If you have a fire in your home or business, let the professionals help you!