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Twin Falls fire damage restoration services

Fire damage repair near you

Seeing your home and business consumed by fire can be one of the most severe losses that a home and business owner can experience. After such a devastating loss, reassurance comes from having clear guidance and support in salvaging as much as possible from fire and smoke damage. At ServiceMaster of Magic Valley, our technicians are more than talented professionals; they're caring people ready to get you back in your home as quickly as possible, while keeping you informed every step of the way.

What Are the Common Types of Fires that can Occur?

Protein Fire

Food from the oven or stove has burned, leaving strong burnt food odors and smoke residue on contents and surfaces.

Complex Fire

Multiple natural and synthetic items inside your home have burned causing black smoke residue on contents and surfaces and synthetic smoke odors. Here, emergency corrosion mitigation is needed to protect at-risk surfaces.

Natural Fire

Trees, shrubs and bushes have burned and smoke has penetrated the structure from outside, so smoke residue and odor are present.

Furnace Malfunction

Heating appliances such as oil-fired furnaces have malfunctioned and caused smoke to be distributed throughout the property.

Dealing with the aftermath of a fire is stressful enough on its own - we'll walk you through the fire restoration process and get things back to normal. Call (208) 203-1546 for help!

Fire Damage goes Beyond Burning Items

  • Ash and smoke can continue to cause damage and corrosion to materials if they are left behind.
  • Odors from smoke will stay in a room or a home long after the fire and continue to cause problems if they are not removed.
  • In a few minutes, walls and other surfaces can be discolored.
  • In a few hours, finishes on kitchen appliances turn yellow.
  • Smoke causes etching in glass after just a short time, and smoke will tarnish metal quickly.

Do Not Try to Do It Yourself!

The residue left behind after a fire is a biohazard and can cause health problems if it is not taken care of correctly and thoroughly. You do not want to attempt to clean up your home on your own after a fire or you may cause more damage. Only experts with the right training and tools can assure the job is done properly.

Did you know that smoke continues to destroy your home and its contents even after the fire is out?

Smoke that has coated or penetrated surfaces continues to affect the chemical composition of fabrics, metals, walls, ceilings and even tiles. Count on us to handle every aspect of the smoke and soot removal as well as restore areas damaged by fire.

Dealing with fire damage and not sure where to begin? Call our Twin Falls fire damage cleanup pros at (208) 203-1546 or contact us online for more information.

What To Do if You're in the Middle of a Loss

Call For Professional Help

Corrosive by-products can cause irreversible etching in as few as 72 hours.

Air Out

If the temperature is about 60 degrees, air out the house to reduce smoke odor.

Clean Surfaces

Clean laminate surfaces as well as chrome, porcelain, and aluminum fixtures to prevent permanent tarnishing or etching.

Change Air Filter

Change the air filter on your furnace if it uses forced hot air.

Tape the Cheesecloth

Tape damp cheesecloth over returns and supply registers to capture loose soot in the air.

Discard Open Food Packages

Clean the Fridge

If the electricity is off, clean out the refrigerator and leave doors propped open.

Hire a Dry Cleaner

Send clothing with heavy smoke damage to a qualified restoration dry cleaner.

What NOT To Do:

Don't Touch

Do not touch anything with your bare hands. Oil from your hands can permeate upholstery, walls, and woodwork, causing additional damage.

Don't Wash

Do not wash walls. Incorrect cleaning could compound the soot residue.

Don't Clean Furniture

Do not attempt to clean carpets or upholstered furniture.

Don't Use Electrical Appliances

Do not use electrical appliances until having them checked.

Don't Use the Fan

Do not use ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet.

If you have additional questions about the fire damage repair process, give our friendly team a call at (208) 203-1546 or reach out online.