FIRE DAMAGE RESTORATION FOR YOUR HOME

FAST ACTION IS CRUCIAL WHEN IT COMES TO FIRE OR SMOKE DAMAGE

When it comes to cleaning up after fire or smoke damage, fast action is necessary. Following an initial fire or smoke-related incident, smoke and soot will settle on surfaces and create additional damage to the structure and contents of your home.

Materials in furniture and flooring are often synthetic and when burned, create chemical reactions. The longer these chemicals, acids and corrosive gasses are left on at-risk surfaces, the worse the damage becomes, causing pitting or etching. After only a short period of time, your belongings and fixtures can go from cleanable to unsalvageable. Our pre-cleaning techniques neutralize the corrosive acids and protect surfaces from further damage. We remove soot from aluminum and chrome , marble, tile, and glass, as well as from upholstery, carpets, and more.

EMERGENCY RESTORATION SERVICES ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE

ServiceMaster Restore of Western Newfoundland is available to respond to your emergency needs and provide you with immediate solutions to smoke and fire damage in your home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our certified smoke and fire damage restoration technicians are trained in fire mitigation, restoration and corrosion control, and they undergo continuing education to learn new techniques.

If you require fire damage clean up at your home, don't hesitate to call ServiceMaster Restore of Western Newfoundland. We will restore your home and your peace of mind… and get you back to normal as quickly as possible.

TIPS FOR PREVENTING FIRES IN YOUR HOME:

  • Place a smoke alarm on each floor of your home and one in each bedroom.
  • Store fire extinguishers within reach in your kitchen and utility areas.
  • Schedule service and cleaning annually for furnaces, heating systems, chimneys and fireplaces.
  • Avoid overloading electrical circuits. Check extension cords and fuse boxes or circuit breakers, and make sure there is never a combination of appliances exceeding 1500 watts on the same circuit.