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Fighting Back Against Fire and Smoke Damage

Fighting Back Against FIRE & SMOKE DAMAGE 3 Ways Fire Affects Your Property Structural 1 Damage Your home's structure may no longer be safe Repairs will need to be made so you can move back in 30°0 Smoke Damage Water Damage Firefighters use large amounts of water to douse flames Smoke soaks into walls, carpet, and furniture Mold and mildew can grow if Soot may also cover all surfaces affected by smoke the water is not removed Cleaning on Your Own Is Not an Option Cleaning after a fire can be dangerous Industrial equipment is required Incomplete cleaning can lead to further damage Thorough cleaning is almost impossible for the untrained Protect Your Home by Following These Steps 911 EXIT Ensure everyone gets out of the home Call emergency services to put out the fire Contact a fire restoration company to secure the property Find a safe place to stay during the restoration process Your insurance company will help with this Contact your insurance company Return home when it has been verified as safe Pay Special Attention to Smoke Smoke damage can be worse than fire damage The smell of smoke lingers if not treated properly Poor cleaning can lead to long-term damage and health problems Provided by: GREAT WESTERN GIW RESTORATION Sources: fire-and-smoke-damage-restoration-process.aspx

Fighting Back Against Fire and Smoke Damage

shared by BrittSE on Jul 27
After the fire has been put out, you will need to call a fire restoration company to come and clean up the damage. Learn all about fire and smoke damage by checking out this infographic!


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