Fire Damage Restoration 

Fire Damage Restoration Seeing your home or commercial property consumed by fire can be one of the most severe losses that you can experience. Yet, after such a devastating loss, reassurance comes from having clear guidance and support in salvaging as much as possible from fire and smoke damage.

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Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has identified over 1200 toxic gasses associated with structure fires. Precision Environmental team of professionals offer a rapid response, quality, and, most importantly, experience. Fire debris and residues from burning plastic, synthetic, and natural materials may be as easy to remove with a duster as household dust or as challenging to remove as old tobacco smoke. It all depends on the fuel and the available oxygen at the time of the fire.

Our Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration Services are customizable. Since no two properties are the same, no two fires are either. Therefore, our process will vary from one property to the next. Precision Environmental team of professionals will first assess all your damages before creating a scope of work.

Fire Damage Process Includes:

  • Identifying the source to determine the type of fire that occurred.
  • Evaluating the areas that are wet because of firefighting that may need treatment.
  • Water Mitigation Service (if applicable).
  • Evaluating sensitive materials that may be damaged because of smoke and soot particles.
  • Removing Contents including the collection items you may need for the next coming of days, such as clothing, prescriptions, schoolbooks, business needs.
  • Packing out remaining contents for cleaning and storage.
  • Performing structural restoration, including removal of charred contents that may seal in smoke particles, such as insulation and burned wood.
  • Assessing carpets and floor coverings, which may need to be removed.
  • Safety Inspection of the framing of the house and subfloors.
  • Removing smoke odors of the affected surfaces.
  • Cleaning, eliminating odors, and deodorizing surfaces to pre-loss condition.
  • Returning items to the original location, and making your house feel like home again.

7 Fires That Will Affect Your Property

Though all fires can be devastating for your home or commercial building, not all are the same. Each type of fire can result in different kinds of damage, which will require a different kind of solution.

  • Cooking-Related Fires
  • Heating Appliances
  • Electrical Fires
  • Wildfires
  • Chemical Fires
  • Holiday Decorations
  • Candles

The common types of fires include:

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

Complex Fire: Multiple natural and synthetic items inside your home have burned, causing greasy yellow 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 like oil-fired furnaces have malfunctioned and caused smoke to be distributed throughout the property.

Smoke Damage Protocol
Understand material damage. Why smoke damage? Soot exposure will sink itself into the fibers and surfaces of your structure. How to recover contents after a wildfire.

How do you recover from fire damage?
What to do after a Fire Damage event? | How do you map your path back to normalcy? | A guide to recovering your property and life.

Wildfire Smoke Damage Facts

  • In California, more than 4.6 million properties — about 41% have a chance of being involved in a wildfire this year. That figure is expected to grow in 30 years by 7.6% to include more than 5.5 million properties.
  • When it comes to the sheer number of properties facing a fire risk this year, Southern California counties occupied three of the top five spots in the U.S.: Riverside County ranked first, with 684,400, or 77.2% of its properties; Los Angeles was third, with 514,500, or 24.5%; and San Bernardino County was fifth, with 471,700, or 57.4%.

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