Types of Smoke
The first step at a fire scene is to calm the fears of those affected. Next, we test the smoke to see which type of fire took place.
- Wet Smoke – Low heat, smoldering, pungent odor, sticky, smeary. Also known as “Smoke webs,” these are more difficult to clean.
- Dry Smoke – Fast burning at high temperatures.
- Protein – Virtually invisible, discolors paints and varnishes. Extreme pungent odor.
- Fuel Oil Soot – Furnace puff backs cause fuel oil soot.
- Other Types – Tear gas, fingerprint powder, and fire extinguisher residue are other types.
Our professionals are skilled at eliminating the smoky odor that lingers after a fire. Our cleanup arsenal includes ozone generators and special deodorizing chemicals unavailable to consumers. We will help you restore as much of your home as we possibly can. We specialize in post fire cleanup work and will go the extra mile to make sure all the smoke and fire damage in your building is repaired.