Residential Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration
Restoring Peace Of Ming After A Fire In Your Home
When fire damage strikes your Central Illinois home, you lose more than your possessions, you lose your peace of mind. Turn to ServiceMaster of Central Illinois to respond fast and to restore both your peace of mind and your home.
Even after the fire is out, the damage to your home and belongings continues. A lot of the material found in flooring and furniture is synthetic. When this is burned, it can result in complex chemical reactions. These items can go from cleanable to unsalvageable.
Our professionals are experts at understand the chemical combinations that can effecting clean and salvage belongings after a fire. We can remove soot from multiple at-risk items such as tile and porcelain, marble, chrome, aluminum, brass as well as in fabrics such as carpets and upholstery.
Our fire damage restoration includes:
- Emergency pre-cleaning
- Content cleaning
- Content pack-out
- Wall and ceiling cleaning
When you call ServiceMaster of Central Illinois, we are on-site as soon as possible. Our trained technicians will walk you though the fire damage cleanup process as well as leave a comprehensive recovery guide.
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What do fire restoration companies do?
Fire restoration companies like ServiceMaster specialize in restoring buildings that have been damaged by fire. This includes remediating smoke damage, cleaning up debris and soot, and repairing any structural damage. We also provide water damage restoration services if the fire was extinguished with water. This includes drying out the building and removing any water-damaged materials.
Depending on the severity of the fire, it may also be required to remove and replace insulation, drywall, and other materials that have been damaged by smoke or heat. It's also vital to perform air quality testing and mold remediation services to ensure the building is safe for occupancy once again. Finally, our technicians will provide advice on how to prevent a fire from happening again in the future.