We’re Ready When Fire Strikes

We understand how stressful and traumatic a fire can be, and we’re here to help you through this difficult time.

We have a team of highly trained and experienced professionals who are dedicated to restoring your home and helping you get back to normal as quickly and smoothly as possible. We’ll work closely with you throughout the restoration process to make sure that your needs and preferences are taken into account and that you’re satisfied with the results. We know that a fire can be a very overwhelming and emotional experience, and we’re here to support you however we can. If there’s anything you need, just let us know.

Step 1 – Assessing the damage

The first step in the restoration process is to assess the extent of the damage caused by the fire. This may involve a visual inspection of the affected area, as well as the use of specialized equipment to detect hidden damage, such as moisture inside walls or ceilings.

Step 2 – Board-up and tarping

If the fire has caused damage to the structure of the building, we may need to board up or tarp openings to prevent further damage from outside elements.

Step 3 – Contents

Next we would perform a visual inspection of the contents in the affected areas. Please see our contents and pack-out page for more details.

Step 4 – Demolition

Next we remove and dispose of non-salvageable affected building materials.

Step 5 – Water damage restoration

If the fire was extinguished using water, we may need to remove standing water and dry out the affected area using fans, dehumidifiers, and other specialized equipment.

Step 6 – Smoke and soot cleanup

The restoration company will need to clean up any smoke and soot damage caused by the fire. This may involve the use of specialized cleaning products and techniques to remove smoke and soot from surfaces and materials.

Step 7 – Cleaning and deodorizing

We then thoroughly clean and deodorize the affected area to remove any remaining smoke or soot odors with specialty equipment such as ozone and hydroxyl machines.