We Put The Flames Of Worry Out In Lake Worth After A Fire
Why is there so Much Smoke Residue and Little Fire damage
Every fire burns differently. Fire burn profiles depend on the material that is being consumed by the fire. The amount of oxygen available to fuel the fire also affects smoke production. Fires with lots of oxygen tend to burn faster and hotter. There can be a great deal of fire damage and little smoke damage with these fires. Hot fires produce less smoke residue. Burning material that smolders receives less oxygen, produces more smoke residue which is distributed throughout the home.
SERVPRO can help with smoke damage as well as fire damage in your Lake Worth home. We can assess the situation, and prepare a plan to restore your home, remove damaged materials as well as the smoke odors in your home. The residue is deposited on surfaces within your home as air currents carry partially burned residue throughout your house. The material can be oily and easily smears if touched causing increased cleaning challenges.
SERVPRO Can Remove Smoke Odors After a Smoldering Fire in Your Lake Worth Home
Once the assessment is completed, SERVPRO gets to work immediately. We follow these steps to reduce and eliminate smoke odors:
Remove the source of the fire, e.g., cooking pot on the stove
Remove fire damaged materials around the fire
Track the distribution of the smoke residue
Wipe down and clean all hard surfaces
Clean all porous surfaces with appropriate cleaning materials
We discuss the cost of smoke odor removal, fire damage restoration, and timelines with the homeowner and their insurance adjuster. We consult with each party. We fully inform the homeowner regarding how much time is needed. Which items can be cleaned vs. those that may have to be replaced due to the fire damage or from smoke residue.
Call SERVPRO of Lake Worth for assistance with fire damage restoration and recovery. We are available 24/7/365, in Lake Worth, and the surrounding area at (561) 588-9777. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.
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