We Put The Flames Of Worry Out In Jacksonville After A Fire Disaster
Why Fire Damage In Jacksonville Homes Requires Professional Restoration
In the 21st century, houses are packed with electronics ranging from small radios to large appliances. Although electrical equipment makes our lives easier, it has also added a wide range of potential fire hazards. Many domestic fires are caused by faulty or damaged electrical wiring and can leave behind large quantities of soot and smoke residue in your house. The scars of fire damage tend to resist many cleaning methods, so we recommend contacting professionals who can efficiently mitigate fire damage to your home.
SERVPRO fire and smoke damage technicians (FST) are experienced in mitigating fire damage in Jacksonville homes. Once we arrive on site, we can remove fire-damaged structural components and debris. Smoke residues often have unpleasant odors and can coat many different types of surfaces. Our FST crews can use industrial-grade cleaning agents to remove residue from washable surfaces such as countertops and tables. When residues coat surfaces that cannot be wet washed such as sheets or cushions, we can use vacuums to suck up loose smoke particles and then employ dry solvents to strip residues while avoiding further damage to your upholstery. We make sure to carefully assess and evaluate each surface in your home before cleaning to avoid damages as a result of the restoration process.
However, even after the cleaning process, it is likely that odors will remain in your home after fire damage. Odor particles can spread into the corners of your home and can even penetrate deep into surfaces beyond the reach of our cleaning agents. We can spray deodorizers in a manner mimicking the spread of odor particles to help remove as much odor as possible.
If a loose wire has ruined the atmosphere inside your home with strong smells, then call SERVPRO of Jacksonville South at (904) 762-8066. We are available all day and all week, and we'll do our best to make your house "Like it never even happened."
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