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FIRE AND SMOKE DAMAGE CLEAN UP

Fire damage doesn’t stop once the flames are extinguished. The synthetic materials used in most furniture and flooring undergo complex chemical reactions when burned. Without neutralization, corrosion control and cleaning, these items go from cleanable to unsalvageable after a few days—substantially increasing your clean up costs. Add to that the damage caused by smoke, soot and water, it’s easy to see why professional fire damage restoration is necessary to return your commercial property to pre-fire condition.

House on Fire

For a business, fire and smoke damage impacts more than property; closed doors equal lost income for all parties. Fortunately, quick action can minimize damage and keep fire and smoke restoration options open. With proper fire restoration procedures, most mission-critical assets can be restored—helping avoid costly capital expenditures and long lead times to replace equipment and repair property.

For a business, fire and smoke damage impacts more than property; closed doors equal lost income for all parties. Fortunately, quick action can minimize damage and keep fire and smoke restoration options open. With proper fire restoration procedures, most mission-critical assets can be restored—helping avoid costly capital expenditures and long lead times to replace equipment and repair property.

Get Back to Business with Professional Fire Damage Clean Up

The professionals at ServiceMaster of Cobb are trained to assess your commercial property and determine how the structure and contents were impacted by the fire, smoke, heat, soot, off-gasing and the subsequent water—including identifying any hidden water damage and odor. Keep in mind that some soot is obvious, but some is so fine it may be unnoticed to the untrained eye.

After a careful assessment, we utilize the latest equipment and supplies, and apply our understanding of the chemical combinations that can effectively clean and salvage property to begin the five-stepfire and smoke damage restoration process.

  • Emergency pre-cleaning
  • Content cleaning
  • Content pack-out
  • Wall and ceiling cleaning
  • Deodorization—changing the molecular compound of the air; odor can be attacked in different ways, chemical the average cleaner doesn't use / have access to that professionals can use