After a fire is extinguished, fire damage repairs must begin quickly to avoid further losses and achieve the best results. Should you experience fire damage, PuroClean stands ready to provide help. We respond 24/7 and send a team of professionals to your site immediately.
Recognizing the devastating emotional effects fire has on property owners, we work with speed and consideration to mitigate damage and salvage your property. Using our advanced fire and smoke cleanup procedures, we can often prevent replacement costs. Thus, we reduce the overall total amount of restoration costs.
Our certified PuroClean smoke and fire damage restoration professionals have the right training and equipment to get your property back to pre-fire condition quickly.
We determine the full extent of fire damage. Also, we identify the impact of heat and smoke on your property’s structure, fixtures and contents.
We help you overcome your loss by explaining what is happening, what to expect, and how you can get involved so you have a good understanding of the restoration process.
Our technicians provide a range of fire and smoke damage restoration services such as soot and odour removal, cleaning and sanitation, deodorization, and air vent and duct cleaning.
We handle all contents with extra care and take the necessary steps to protect and manage content as if it were our own.
Our emergency fire damage restoration services can restore your fire and smoke-damaged property to its original condition. We do this as quickly as possible, helping make the situation a little less stressful.
STOP! Moving or running feeds air to the flames and worsens the fire. DROP to the floor—if you stand up,
To remove soot and smoke from walls, furniture and floors, use a mild soap or detergent or mix together 4
No! Water conducts electricity and can deliver a potentially deadly electric shock. If the fire is from an appliance and
Every fire in a structure, today, is going to involved the combustion of many synthetic materials (plastics, vinyls, nylon, etc).
Electrical fires, fires involving cooling oils and fate or other flammable liquids (gasoline, kerosene, etc.) should NOT be put out