Once the firefighters have done their job it might feel like the danger has passed. However, calling the fire department isn't the only step in salvaging your home after an accident; it's actually just the beginning. Once the fire has been put out there are lingering problems like smoke and ash which can cause lingering odors, corrosion, discoloration, and etching. Aside from the physical impact of smoke damage to your property, inhalation of soot is hazardous to your health. Whether it's wet, dry, protein, or fuel-oil-soot smoke, we are fully prepared to clear the air.
Once the initial danger has passed we get to work to make sure the ash left behind doesn’t damage your valuables. Ash, within minutes or hours, can discolor nearly any surface. Any plastic or materials close to the site of the fire will begin to discolor within minutes. Within hours, fiberglass and appliance finishes will begin to turn yellow and metal will tarnish. Within days, walls, clothing and upholstery will discolor permanently. Not to mention metal will begin to corrode, and vinyls and wood will need to be refinished. All of this from something so seemingly simple as ash.
Your property needs to be protected against vandalism while it's vacant. CleanPro will eliminate smoke damage, board up your property, and restore your home so that you can put your mind at ease.
Restoration after a fire requires a lot of man power and experience, a home owner without this should not attempt to do it on their own. Let the professionals restore your home to its original glory. We are IICRC certified which means that the CleanPro Restoration team has gone through extensive course work to become the best in the business.