What you need to know about fire damage remediation:
There’s plenty of information available on how to prevent fires in the home but what happens… in the event that you (unfortunately) have a fire? Now what? Here’s some advice on what to do….
Contact your insurance company IMMEDIATELY after the fire is out. They can provide advice on how to handle the aftermath of your fire and possibly be able to recommend a professionalfire restorer, such as us… Branch Services. Fire restorers can provide services to prevent furtherdamage, help determine which items can or cannot be refurbished and which structural items do and do not need to be repaired or replaced. They provide estimates to insurance companies for the cost of damages and will help walk you through the process of thoroughly deodorizing, cleaning and repairing your home. You can find the names of certified fire restorers through the IICRC websitehttp://www.iicrc.org/consumers/. Here you can search for restorers who have been educated and certified by the IICRC.
Here are some additional tips to follow after the event of a fire.
Safety Tips During Restoration
Do not use electrical appliances that have been near a fire.
Do not use ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet.
Do not touch anything during your first inspection to prevent transferring soot from item to item.
Do not wash drapes or other materials that may require dry cleaning.
Do not hesitate to seek professional help in restoration effort.
Hiring a professional to do the clean up after a fire is always recommended for additional information on why you should choose to use a certified professional, click on the following link….