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Residential Fire Damage Restoration in Northfield

When fire damages a home, the destruction can be extensive. Fire damage is not limited to merely what is visibly burned, but also extends to the fire’s smoke and heat as well as water from firefighting efforts. Smoke damage in particular can spread throughout an entire house, leaving soot and smoke particles behind that need to be properly cleaned. In addition, fire and smoke can weaken the structural integrity of a house, making it hazardous to enter.

Our Fire Damage Restoration Process

When a fire has been extinguished, fire restoration becomes necessary in order to return the home to its pre-fire state. Fire damage restoration typically begins with an assessment of the fire’s destruction and removal of fire debris before further damage can occur. Then, fireproofing and smoke cleaning or odor removal processes begin in order to mitigate further fire and smoke damage. Finally, depending on the extent of fire damage, repairs may be necessary for walls, flooring, ceilings, and more.

Has your home experienced a fire disaster? Let us help you get back to normal with our fire damage restoration services in Northfield. Call (507) 607-7588 orcontact us online today.

What You Can Do to Prevent a Fire

Not all fires can be avoided, but steps can be taken to make sure avoidable fires are a lot less likely to happen. Once fire restoration is complete and safety hazards have been addressed, homeowners should also consider fire safety measures for the future. This includes fire alarms, fire extinguishers, and practicing fire safety (such as not leaving candles burning unattended). Fire damage is a traumatic experience that should be handled in a safe and efficient manner. For any fire damage restoration needs, contact a professional restoration firm for help.

Why Partner with our Northfield Fire Restoration Company?

ServiceMaster by Ayotte - Northfield is backed by a brand with over 65 years of experience in helping people put their lives back on track by repairing and restoring their homes. Our fire damage repair team have the skills, tools and knowledge necessary to make the process as smooth as possible. Fire disasters are stressful on their own, so compassionate customer service is our number one priority.

For professional fire restoration near you, call (507) 607-7588 or reach out online now!

Professional sMOKE damage Restoration

At ServiceMaster by Ayotte - Northfield, we offer smoke damage cleanup aimed at returning your property to its pre-damage condition. Our team of seasoned professionals leverages cutting-edge technology and tried-and-true methods to eradicate the stubborn residue and persistent odors left by smoke.

We recognize that different types of smoke call for distinct cleaning methods, and we're prepared to handle them all. From dry smoke produced by rapid-burning fires to the sticky wet smoke residue from slow, smoldering fires, we've got you covered!

Our goal goes beyond just cleaning; we strive to salvage and restore as many of your possessions as possible. We also diligently document the process for insurance purposes. Contact us today for comprehensive smoke damage cleanup services that put your safety, satisfaction, and peace of mind first.

What items can be salvaged after a fire?

After a fire, it is possible to salvage a variety of things. Depending on the severity of the fire, some items may be damaged beyond repair, while others may be salvageable. For example, if the fire was contained to one area, it may be possible to save nearby furniture, appliances, and other items. Similarly, if the fire was contained to a single room, the belongings of other rooms may be salvageable.

In addition to furniture and appliances, clothing, electronics, photos, and documents may also be salvageable depending on the extent of the fire and smoke damage. Moreover, in some cases, items beyond the home may be salvaged, such as plants, vehicles, and toys. Ultimately, each situation is unique, and the salvageable items will depend on the circumstances of the fire.