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Dealing with the Aftermath of Fire and Smoke Damage

7/27/2020 (Permalink)

Fire and smoke damage can be devastating. If this happened in your home, it could destroy everything you own. The lasting damage might seem irreparable. To make sure, though, you’ll need to hire the services of a fire and smoke damage restoration team. Here are a few tips to help you deal with the aftermath.

Remove the Soot and Smoke

Don’t leave the soot, fire, and smoke too unattended for too long. Once you get the go-ahead that it is safe to enter your property, your restoration team will need to start removing your belongings as soon as possible. The sooner the team carries this out, the more successful the restoration efforts will likely be.

Don't Touch Anything

If you’re not sure how to go about cleaning your carpets or belongings, don’t touch anything. Leave the work to the hands of experts. The fire damage restoration firm has the experience and tools to take care of this for you. If you’re not certain how to handle anything, just keep out of the way of the team and let them work.

Replace Your Belongings

Cleaning efforts can only do so much. This applies to your belongings and your property. If your contractors suggest that you replace your carpets or rebuild parts of your home, you’ll need to follow that advice. Experts know best, so trying to fix those belongings or structures in your home will mean you’ll only be tossing money out the window.

Be Careful with Clothing

It’s easy for soot to get into your clothing, just as it can get into your curtains. When you clean your clothes, don’t rub them, or throw them into the wash with the rest. Doing so will contaminate the rest of your clothing. If the pros you hire tell you that the damaged clothes are beyond repair, toss them and get new ones.

SERVPRO of Spokane County is Your Best Resource for Fire Damage Restoration

The experts at SERVPRO of Spokane County have decades of experience in restoring fire and smoke damaged structures and belongings. Their professionals are IICRC certified. They have all the latest equipment and processes that will make certain you get the best results from your restoration. They are available anytime 24/7.  Call them at 509-487-4700.

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