Is Hiring a Fire Damage Cleanup Company Always Needed for my Raleigh Home?
Training and Experience Is Why SERVPRO Calls a Halt to Fire Damage that Continues to Deteriorate Raleigh Homes and Contents
Raleigh homeowners who quickly douse a fire caused by a candle too near a curtain or mischievous children with matches often believe they have dodged a significant crisis. Your home is not in ashes, so no harm, correct? Unfortunately, the smoke and soot created by even a brief fire can infiltrate all spaces in your residence, perhaps not immediately noticeable, but making itself known later with persistent odors and discolored surfaces.
Should I Get a Small Fire Checked Out?
Something as innocuous as an operating HVAC system can spread smoke and soot far from the fire ignition site in Raleigh. The residues created during combustion are chemically different from the fuel, toxic and corrosive, capable of eroding porous materials like drywall, tarnishing metals, and sending odor-bearing particles to every corner and crevice. Soot, the incompletely combusted materials burned, is the carrier of malodors, but it is a mist of tiny bits nearly impossible for a non-professional to eradicate.
Will Asking for an Assessment Result in Unnecessary Expense and Disruption?
Find a fire damage recovery company that clearly communicates, acts with integrity, and works with your insurance company. Follow this advice, and you realize why SERVPRO is the answer. We live and work in this community and strive to deliver exemplary fire damage recovery results determined by the circumstances of each scenario. Expect us to assess accurately and to offer a practical plan for eradicating residues and odors. Many companies claim no job is beyond their capabilities nor too insignificant for their attention. We mean what we say. Our goal is to make it “Like it never even happened” for every customer.
When you must place your trust with experts in the fire damage mitigation and remediation field, call SERVPRO of Southeast Raleigh / Garner. Contact us at (919) 615-1179 to set up a post-fire assessment to limit long term harm.
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