Here at United Water Restoration Inc., our fire damage specialists will survey the loss site to determine the amount of damage.
Fire, heat, moisture, and smoke all come into play when figuring out the extent of the damage.
Our fire and smoke damage technicians have the knowledge necessary to investigate how far the damage has spread.
Areas in your house or business that are apparently unaffected, are actually still a threat to you and your family.
“Smoke can inflict hidden odors and damage because it can penetrate inside cavities of the structure.”
Types of Smoke Damage:
- Dry Smoke Residues
Dry and powdery texture. Dry smoke residue is a result of extremely quick burning fires at very high temperatures.
- Wet Smoke Residues
Sticky and smeary texture with a strong odor. Wet smoke residue is a result of slow burning fires that produce a low level of heat.
- Protein Smoke Residues
Invisible residue with strong, foul smell. These residues are a result of animal or any proteinrich substance burning.
- Fuel Oil Smoke Damage
The result of heat sources such as an oil furnace.
Why Use a Licensed Fire & Smoke Technician?
Professional restoration technicians understand the necessity for fast response.
“Immediate remediation is essential to control any escalating prices. The longer the remedy is delayed, the higher the price of restoration.”
Certified restorers have the data to test materials and apply the restoration techniques needed to return your items to their preloss condition.
At United Water Restoration Inc., our emergency fire restoration service is available every day of the year. This ensures that we will be there when you need us, helping you to restore your structure quickly and competently.
Keep an eye out for the UWR logo to verify UWR certification, and call us today to schedule your home or business repair!