Do you need restoration in San Diego? Well, if you have an issue with a flood, fire damage, mold or water damage, you just may need us. Maybe you have just experienced a fire and you don’t know how to get that smoke smell out of your house. Did the plumbing in your office burst and now everything is under a foot of water?
fire and smoke restoration
When you have a smoke damage house there is still a lot of work to be done after the fire has been put out. Getting the smell of smoke out of your home is an important step because if it isn’t done quickly and correctly the smoke can linger causing damage weeks after the fire ended.
After a fire has been put out or a flood has been drained away in your home or office, the damage may still continue. Smoke from fires can sink into your possessions causing damage weeks after the fire has been put out. And water that has occupied your home or office can cause mold if not cleaned up properly.
Fire and smoke damage can continue to damage your house or business weeks after the incident and cost you heavily. It is important for this reason to begin cleanup as quickly as possible.
When we think about a house or building fire, we don’t ususally realize that one of the major issues after a fire will probably be flood damage. The damage from the water used to put out the fire in your home or office can be just as catastrophic as the fire itself.
When you have flood damage to your home or business and you are looking at flood cleanup and repair, you most likely are going to need to hire a company to assist. In many cases the damage will be covered by your insurance, but filing a claim to recover the cost of the damage means it’s important to follow correct cleanup procedures.
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year,” but it can also be one of the most dangerous for indoor fires. Clean Earth Restorations provides full service fire damage restoration and smoke damage clean up services in San Diego. This holiday season, be safe by remembering these tips:
In California, fire damage is a topic that holds serious weight at almost all times of the year. The state as a whole has been in a drought for several years, and we don’t see ourselves coming out of it any time soon. Enormous fire of devastating proportion ravage California landscapes and destroy thousands of homes each year, and recently we’ve been seeing more and more fires in suburban districts. This is why it is more important than ever to know what this means for your home and your family.
Wildfires are fueled by vegetation. So fireproofing your home begins with fireproofing the surrounding landscape.
The best thing to do when you’ve experienced fire damage is, strangely enough, nothing.