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Recover from Home Fire Damage

No one expects a fire. Whether caused in the kitchen, by a forgotten candle, or in an old outlet, fires spread as quickly as they start. To make things worse, both the fire and fire extinguishing materials leave smell and residue. Soot, with its strong odor, spreads beyond the radius of the fire. If not cleaned properly, that burnt smell remains in your home. The dust from a fire extinguisher is corrosive to metals and can cause etching in windows if not removed. With ServiceMaster Restore, our fire damage restoration services go far beyond the actual damage itself. We properly clean and deodorize every affected area, so your life and home are restored to normal.

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We’re On Your Team

Home fire damage can shake your sense of security, but it doesn’t have to! ServiceMaster Restore is a local, family-owned company serving Whatcom and Skagit Counties since 1991. Our customer care and expert help will restore your home and your peace of mind quickly and efficiently. Our licensed and insured technicians communicate with you each step of the way.

During the Disaster Restoration process, we help you bill your insurance company. We make sure you have the paperwork you need for a smooth process, but we work for you, our customer. Our goal is to secure your home, efficiently manage the cleanup and repairs, and get your life back on track.

Professional Fire Damage Restoration

There are degrees of fire. After a large fire, windows or doors may have broken leaving your home exposed. There may be water damage from the firefighter’s hose. A ServiceMaster Restore team responds any time of the day or night to secure your house and remove any water.

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Without proper treatment, the soot and corrosive byproducts lingering after a fire can cause more damage than the fire itself. It is important to begin fire damage repair as soon as possible to prevent permanent tarnishing and etching. Washing soot yourself, with the wrong cleaning products, can make it worse.

For any fire small or large, our IICRC trained restoration technicians clean thoroughly to eliminate the source of any odor and any corrosive byproducts. Our team approaches every area of the restoration and repair process with the right tools and careful attention to detail.

Our Smoke and Fire Restoration Services Include:

  • Soot Removal
  • Complete Building and Contents Cleaning
  • Carpet, Rug and Upholstery Cleaning
  • Antiques and Fine Art Restoration
  • Electronic Equipment Restoration
  • Data and Document Recovery
  • Furniture Refinishing
  • HVAC Duct Cleaning
  • Biohazard Cleaning
  • Personal items odor removal
  • Pack out and inventory service
  • Restoration dry cleaning and laundry
  • Odor removal
  • Deodorization

If your items need safe storage during clean up and repair, we provide professional pack out and storage services. Our team takes care of everything. Our storage facility comes complete with heat, security, and fire suppression.

Disasters can happen to anyone. ServiceMaster Restore gets you back on track fast. Call us to get started.

Get in touch with a fire restoration company you can trust! Give us a call at (360) 443-9887 or contact us online today!

Frequently Asked Questions about Fire Damage Restoration

How long does it take to repair fire damage?

Due to the various degrees of damage and necessary repairs, it is difficult to estimate how long it will take. What you can do is speak with the experts at ServiceMaster Building Maintenance, who will evaluate the damage and provide a projected completion date.

Can I do the cleanup by myself?

Trying to wipe away soot can actually cause it to condense, making it even harder to clean. We strongly advise hiring qualified and knowledgeable fire restoration professionals to thoroughly clean your house because attempting to clean soot can sometimes cause greater damage to impacted items.

Will I have to find an other place to stay while the fire is being restored?

That will ultimately be your decision. Nevertheless, it is a good idea to take a break from the cleaning process in order to avoid any safety hazards in addition to the stress of seeing your home in a damaged state. You may want to think about doing things like forwarding your mail to a different address, contacting your utility provider, temporarily halting services, etc. if it turns out that the procedure is taking considerably longer than you had planned.

Should I be concerned about safety?

During the initial inspection, safety hazards are identified and communicated before starting work. Some safety concerns during the restoration process include trip and falling hazards, faulty electrical wiring and air quality for example.