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Proven Tips for Fire Damage Remediation in Your White River Junction Home

12/23/2018 (Permalink)

Fire Damage Proven Tips for Fire Damage Remediation in Your White River Junction Home When fire and smoke damage affect the home that you live in, you need to act fast and make an educated decision. Contact SERVPRO right away.

Correct Removal of Smokes and Soots after Fire Damage in White River Junction

When you think of house-fires, it is common to assume the worst. However, large-scale fires that require remodeling, replacement or restructuring account for a small percentage of our call-outs. The truth is, house-fires are commonly small with secure containment from first-responders. It is usually smoke damages that need to be watched out for alongside water damages which occur during the fire-fighting effort.

Our most recent experiences of fire damage in White River Junction properties are about the removal of soot, smoke, and charring from a contained area. When materials burn the chemicals within them are released into the surrounding environment in the form of smoke and soot.
 
This type of synthetic smoke damage can spread rapidly around a property by moving into clean air pockets. They often spread further than the flames themselves, depositing unto clean surfaces that they come into contact with. SERVPRO technicians have training that helps them to recognize the patterns of smoke as well as how it travels around a property. This can be invaluable when it comes to finding the source of odorous or thick smoke deposits.

As well as understanding the behavior of smoke, a good technician needs to know what the most effective cleaning method is for removal. Depending on the type of material that burned, and at what temperature, smoke falls into two classifications; either wet or dry. Each category responds differently to cleaning. Wet-smoke, for example, can quickly be spread around causing further damage if it is treated like dry-smoke.

When a SERVPRO fire technician arrives on site, the first thing they do is conduct a pre-test. This test helps determine the cleaning response, whether by using chemicals, foam, water or dry abrasive methods to restore the property. Where there are valuable possessions, we may be able to restore them by sending them to an external facility for ultrasonic cleaning.

Ultimately, whatever it takes to restore your property to its preloss conditions is our primary concern, and we can mobilize all of our expertise and equipment to get the job done as efficiently as possible.

If you need an expert solution to your property damages, contact SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties at (802) 674-8004.

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