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Smoke Damage

  • Types of Smoke Damage
    Types of Smoke Damage Even after a fire is put out, smoke damage can cause long-lasting harm to your home, your belongings, and your family. Smoke (and the soot that comes with it) contain several different acids that can cause corrosion. Smoke can damage metal, marble, and glass in your house. ... Continue Reading
  • How Does Smoke Damage Affect Your Home's Contents?
    How Does Smoke Damage Affect Your Home's Contents? Just because your house fire is out and your house is still standing, doesn’t mean that the damage is done. A surprising amount of damage from fire isn’t actually caused by things burning. Instead, it’s from the smoke residue. And that soot and smoke damage can keep ... Continue Reading
  • Gatlinburg Wildfires: How to Clean & Remove Wildfire Smoke Soot - ServiceMaster Restore
    Gatlinburg Wildfires: How to Clean & Remove Wildfire Smoke Soot - ServiceMaster Restore GATLINBURG, Tenn. — Fires in Gatlinburg, Tennessee have captured the attention of our country this week, destroying hundreds of homes and businesses and resulting in the death of at least 10 people. The extent of the Gatlinburg fire damage serves as a stark reminder that ... Continue Reading
  • After the Fire: How Smoke Damage Can Affect Your Business
    After the Fire: How Smoke Damage Can Affect Your Business Even the smallest fire can wreak havoc on your business. If you don't take prompt action after the flames have been put out, smoke damage can lead to lasting repercussions that span far beyond any damage you can visibly see on the surface. Smoke and soot contain high levels ... Continue Reading
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