Wildfires are a real threat in our region, and San Diego homeowners need to be prepared to prevent the risk of fire damage. Clean Earth Restorations is a certified leader in fire damage and smoke damage construction restoration services in San Diego county. We urge you to take a few simple steps to be prepared for the upcoming fire season.
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Experiencing a fire in your home or business is something no one wants to consider, but sometimes the worst happens and you are left to deal with the aftermath. Your life is brutually interrupted and you need help. Clean Earth Restorations has the experience and technical knowledge to not only clean up the smoke and fire damage, but to restore your property to its original condition.
It is easy to have the mindset of “That will never happen to me”. While it is hard to imagine being caught in the middle of an emergency, it is always best to take proactive measures to prevent an emergency from happening in the first place. Below we’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks on how you can prevent house fires.
Fires can be one of the most devastating events that can happen to your home. The damage is almost always irreversible, and can cause lasting effects on other areas of the home that were not burned. Smoke from fires contain particles that spread wide distances. Even if it didn’t look like smoke was in a specific room or area, particles could have still traveled into those areas through the air.
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.
For those of us that live in the San Diego County, we know that most years it is likely we will have a “late-onset summer”. And by that we mean that the heat waves don’t kick in until September and usually last through the start of November. And typically, with heat comes dry weather, increasing the likelihood of fires. For that reason it is important that you make sure that your home is fire prepared. However, no matter how prepared you are it is important to know that a fire can happen to anyone. In the event of a catastrophe, we are here to help pick up the pieces. Offering San Diego’s best fire and smoke restoration services and advice!
If you’re using one hand to read this article, and the other to plug the enormous leak in your ceiling, you probably need to file a property damage insurance claim—like, yesterday.
The best thing to do when you’ve experienced fire damage is, strangely enough, nothing.
Wildfires are fueled by vegetation. So fireproofing your home begins with fireproofing the surrounding landscape.