How to Perform Fire Restoration in Eagle Rock
SERVPRO Can Help Property Owners to Perform Fire Repair in Eagle Rock
A fire has the potential to ravage a home and damage its structures and contents within a short time. People spend thousands of dollars on buying and maintaining their homes. Therefore, a fire can cause expensive losses. Fortunately, fire repair services from a reputed firm like SERVPRO can restore your home and possessions to their pre-incident state.
The process of performing fire restoration in your Eagle Rock residence can eradicate soot, smoke, and water damage. Efficient restoration helps prevent aesthetic problems like discoloration of affected surfaces and serious issues like structural damage to the house. SERVPRO begins the fire repair services with a full risk survey and property assessment. Our fire repair process involves:
- Removal of burned materials
- Removal of smoke residues
- Water damage repair
- Odor removal
The smoke damage from a fire is often difficult to eliminate because it can sink into materials and fabrics. This can leave your home with unappealing odors. Smoke can be free-floating or driven. Driven smoke is pressurized and propelled by fire's energy, and it tends to affect vertical surfaces. After it cools down, it becomes floating smoke, which is heavier than air and tends to settle on horizontal surfaces because it is cooler. Regardless of the kind of smoke that has ruined your property, SERVPRO has the equipment and expertise to remove the smoke smells and sights.
Our SERVPRO teams can use air scrubbers to clean and deodorize the affected areas. These machines are portable filtration systems that work by removing gases, particles and chemicals from the site. They use 3-stage filtration, which includes a carbon adsorption filter, two particulate filters, and an HEPA filter. They also have powerful blowers that pull high volumes of air through dirty filters.
Call SERVPRO of Eagle Rock / South Glendale at (323) 255-1000 when you need fire restoration services. We can make your fire damage seem, “Like it never even happened.”