Expert Commercial Fire and Smoke Damage Cleanup Near You
At Tri State Restorations, we provide expert smoke and fire damage cleanup and restoration for every type of commercial building. Our number one concern is minimizing the damage to your property and effectively restoring your building to its original pre-loss condition.
Different types of fires result in different types of smoke and loss. Our cleanup procedures are customized to address your particular situation. Our team of certified technicians will assess the type of fire and smoke so that we can develop the best plan for restoring your property. We will then carefully remove and dispose of any structural components and property that cannot be saved. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment, including ozone machines, air filtration devices with carbon filters and special deodorizing chemicals to remove odors. We will thoroughly clean soot from all fabrics, wood, leather, concrete and other impacted surfaces.
If you have fire or smoke damage to your commercial building, know that you can count on Tri State Restorations to take care of your needs. We are completely committed to getting your business up and running again as quickly as possible.
Commercial Fire and Smoke Damage
When your commercial building suffers from fire and smoke damage, removing the odor and repairing the contents can be an extensive and expensive process. Any size of fire can destroy property and cause a critical disruption to your business. Finding the right expert to assess the extent of the damage is key to determining what needs to be replaced or repaired and getting your business back to normal as quickly as possible.
There are many issues to deal with after a fire. Buildings that have been damaged by a fire might be uninhabitable for days, weeks or even months. Smoke and acid soot residue can travel widely, penetrating deeply into paint, carpet and upholstery. Furnishings, important documents, expensive electronics and other items that survive a blaze still face the risk of becoming damaged by lingering smoke fumes and soot. The longer items remain in a structure that has suffered a fire, the more likely they are to be damaged. The consequences of a late or inappropriate repair response can be devastating.
Restoration after a fire is a job that should not be attempted without the help of experts. Commercial buildings that have been damaged by a fire are often structurally unsound and carry the risk of dangerous electric currents. Entering a previously burned building can pose many health risks, including lung damage and electric shock. If you do not follow safe procedures and use the right cleaning products and techniques, attempting to clean up the damage yourself, including simple tasks such as washing the walls, could harm your health.