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Fire Damage Restoration in Alexander, AR

Timely and Effective Fire Restoration Near You


Why Partner with Us For All Of Your Fire & Smoke Restoration Needs

We are available 24 hours, 7 days a week for our customers. We will respond immediately to assess fire damage and help you find temporary shelter- no matter time of day or night. In response to your disaster, our fire restoration services also include Emergency board-up and Tarping, emergency Water Damage removal, structural drying, preservation of contents, and temporary power. We do everything necessary to protect your home or business from the elements and further damage.

Our Promise

When your residence has gone up in flames, let us restore it for you. We tailor our fire restoration services to best serve all of the surfaces and items that are of value to you. After the damage has been assessed, we clean, and deodorize your home or business’ structure as well as any items affected by soot and smoke. We restore the affected areas and contents back to its pre-loss condition.

Disaster strikes at any time - so we're available 24/7/365 to provide fire damage cleanup and repair when you need it. Call us at (501) 290-4047 or contact us online for help!

How To Keep Fire & Smoke Damage From Spreading

Damage can continue long after the flames have been doused. This is called secondary damage and, if left untreated, it can become permanent. Smoke Damage and soot can settle on your belongings and cause acid etching, staining, and other types of damage. 

We respond quickly to limit secondary damage as much as possible, providing more effective service. ServiceMaster Restoration by Advanced provides complete fire damage repair and smoke damage restoration throughout your home, leaving it restored to its pre-loss condition.

Our 5- Step Process To Ensure Proper Recovery

ServiceMaster Restoration by Advanced follows a 5-step fire and smoke restoration process to ensure proper recovery and your satisfaction:


What to Do and Avoid After a House Fire

A fire can be a devastating experience, but there are steps you can take to start recovering your home. Here are some tips to deal with smoke damage and get back on your feet:

What To Do After a Fire

  • Air Out: If the outside temperature is above 60 degrees Fahrenheit, open windows and doors to air out your house and reduce lingering smoke odors.
  • Surface cleaning: Wipe down laminate surfaces, chrome fixtures, porcelain areas, and aluminum appliances to prevent permanent tarnishing from smoke residue.
  • Air filter replacement: Change the air filter in your furnace, especially if your heating system uses forced hot air. This will help trap soot particles and prevent them from circulating throughout your home.
  • Soot control: To capture loose soot particles in the air, cover the return and supply registers in your ventilation system with damp cheesecloth, taping it securely in place.
  • Food safety first: Throw away any open food packages that may have been exposed to smoke or heat.
  • Refrigerator cleaning: If the electricity is off, clean out your refrigerator and leave the doors propped open to prevent mold growth.
  • Professional Cleaning for Smoke-damaged clothing: For clothes with heavy smoke odor, don't attempt to clean them yourself. Instead, take them to a qualified restoration dry cleaner for proper treatment.

What Not To Do After a Fire

  • Touch with Bare Hands: Oils from your skin can worsen damage to upholstery, walls, and woodwork.
  • Wash Walls Incorrectly: Improper cleaning can spread soot residue. Leave wall cleaning to professionals.
  • DIY Carpet or Furniture Cleaning: Avoid cleaning carpets or upholstered furniture yourself. Hire professionals for proper restoration.
  • Use Untested Appliances: Don't use electrical appliances until a qualified technician checks them for safety.
  • Use Wet Ceiling Fixtures: Never turn on ceiling lights if the ceiling is wet. This could cause an electrical hazard.


24/7/365 Emergency Residential Fire & Smoke Restoration

Our 24/7/365 hotline guarantees a quick response to your smoke or fire damage restoration project. This helps us provide more effective service while limiting the disruption to you and your family. Our technicians are certified by the IICRC, and receive training both in the classroom and in the field to provide you with the best service possible.

Contents Packout Services and Storage

During the mitigation and Reconstruction of your property, we will provide temporary storage of your belongings. Contents will be stored at a secure location. If any of your belongings are damaged, we will provide a list of those items that are non-salvageable to you and your insurance company for documentation.

Contact us any time for reliable and effective fire & smoke damage restoration services in alexander and beyond!

Frequently Asked Questions about Fire Damage Restoration

How long does fire damage restoration take?

The length of time it takes to complete fire damage restoration depends on the severity of the damage. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks or even months depending on how much work is needed.

What are the safety concerns during fire restoration?

Safety concerns are always top priority when restoring a property after a fire and include things like ensuring that all smoke has been cleared out before entering, checking for structural stability and any hazardous materials present in the air such as asbestos or lead.

Additionally, personal protective equipment (PPE) should be worn at all times during restoration efforts to protect workers from potential hazards associated with cleaning up after fires such as chemical exposure or respiratory issues caused by soot particles in the air.

How Can Lingering Smoke Affect Your Home?

Prolonged exposure to smoke damage can have significant health and property implications. From a health perspective, residual soot particles can irritate the skin and eyes, exacerbate respiratory conditions, and even lead to serious complications such as bronchitis or heart problems. Additionally, the presence of carbon materials in smoke can potentially increase the risk of cancer. On the property side, smoke can infiltrate various materials in your home, leading to pervasive odors and discoloration. This residue can also corrode and deteriorate household items over time, diminishing their lifespan and value. Therefore, swift and effective smoke damage restoration is crucial to maintain a healthy and safe living environment.