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Fires can devastate your business, leaving you unsure where to turn. Once the fire is out, you should contact a certified fire restoration and cleanup company. The quicker you begin restoration, the less likely you are to have more water and smoke damages. A certified fire restoration company will be able to assess the situation, give you an estimate, and work with your insurance company. They will handle everything so you can worry about more important issues.

Why Should I Call a Fire Restoration Company?

If you own a business, you know how important it is to keep your business up and going. A fire restoration company will be able to come in and begin cleanup as soon as the fire is out. They will be able to start rebuilding your business so you can get back to work quickly. They will also take pictures, handle all your questions, and be in contact with your insurance company.

What is Fire Restoration?

When dealing with a commercial business, fire restoration is dealt with a bit differently. It is important to act as fast as possible in finding a certified fire restoration company to handle the cleanup and restoration.  Below are some parts of the restoration process:

  • Removing all Fire Damaged Items
  • Repairing Structures
  • Cleaning Items with Special Chemicals to Remove Smoke and Soot 
  • Furnishings are Removed and Restored 
  • The Business is Cleared of all Smoke, Odors, and Mildew
  • The Home is Inspected to Ensure Safety

Our main goal is to have your business back up and running in a timely fashion. Fires are devastating no matter if it is residential or commercial. It is important that you leave the building as it was and contact a certified and licensed fire restoration professional. If you try to clean up the damages yourself, you could have problems with your insurance company, as well as it being a major safety hazard.