“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:
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How to Recover from Fire Damage
Fire damage restoration San Diego | Where to go for help after a fire
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.
Fire Safety: How to Prevent House Fires
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.
Different Types of Fire Damage
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.
Prepping Your Home for a Fire
Although the summer heat is on its way out, the air dry and fire season is still upon us. With that in mind it is best to be prepared in the event of a fire. Here at Clean Earth Restorations, we pride ourselves in being local experts on fire damage repair and restoration. But with these tips, hopefully you’ll never need to use our fire reparation services!
Need Fire Damage Restoration? Here Are Your Best, First Steps
The best thing to do when you’ve experienced fire damage is, strangely enough, nothing.