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Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning

Not having to replace your carpet and furniture as a result of a flood can save you thosands of dollars. Many service providers offer state-of-the-art techniques to dehumidify and restore furniture and carpet to pre-damaged conditions. The key to restoring carpet and upholstery is to eliminate the moisture immediately. The faster your carpets receive professional treatment, the better condition they will be in after they are treated. Choose from service providers who offer emergency water damage relief, responding around the clock.

Mold Remediation

Mold is often the largest problem when a household has been flooded. Mold can create an enormous amount of damage if not treated promptly. It grows at a fast rate when moisture is present and can cause a home to be completely renovated, which can be a costly process. Odor from mold and mildew accumulation can also have an unpleasant effect on your home. Choose from several mold removal companies in your area that can remove mold odor and microbial spores as quickly as possible, so you can return your home to pre flood conditions.

What To Do After A Flood

If your home has been flooded dangers can exist that should be avoided. Make sure to turn off the electricity at the main breaker or fuse box, even if the power is off in your community. That way, you can avoid any electricity safety problems. It is important to contact your insurance agent and begin looking for a flood clean up and restoration service for your property. Fire n Flood can help in searching through all of the service providers in your area and make sure you find the most reputable and the highest quality fire damage restoration and clean up service, to help get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.

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Determining Different Types of Smoke

Smoke damage can come from four basic varieties. Wet Smoke is described as resulting from a low heat fire. The smoke will have a pungent odor and a sticky, smeary texture. Dry Smoke results from fast burning high temperature fire. Protein smoke has an extreme pungent odor but is virtually invisible, but it will discolor paints and varnish your structure. Fuel oil soot smoke result from furnace current returns cause fuel oil soot. Other types of smoke include tear gas, fingerprint powder, and fire extinguisher residue.

Evaluate Fire and Smoke Damage

Fire and smoke damage restoration, clean up, and replacement is a complex and intricate process. Professionals go through a process when evaluating smoke and fire damage. The first is to target the type of smoke that has saturated your structure. This can help the evaluators determined the type of fire that has taken place and in doing so helps the professionals identify what type of restoration or replacement needs to be undertaken.

What to Do After a Fire

It is important directly after a fire to contact your local disaster relief service. These services will help with your immediate needs like food, clothing, temporary housing, and other essential items. The next step to take in this difficult process is to contact your insurance agent and start planning the clean up and restoration of your property. At this time you can use fire n flood to navigate through all the service providers in your area and find the most reputable and the highest quality fire damage restoration and clean up service to help get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.


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