How Fort Walton Homes make a Full Recovery after Fire Damage
We will help you get your Fort Walton home fire damage back to normal.
When your home becomes damaged in a fire, the initial flames are only half the story. Thick smoke and soot residues can permeate surfaces as well as buildup in cavities. These deposits are odorous, unpleasant, and can cause further harm if left alone. As a homeowner, you can begin restoration by covering furnishings and opening windows. These tasks can help to prevent falling soot from causing staining on furnishings and fabrics. Some malodors can disperse naturally by opening windows. However, if you want your home to make a full recovery, you need to bring in professional restoration services.
When your home is overwhelmed by fire damage, local Fort Walton restoration services are available to return it to its preloss condition. SERVPRO uses technicians nearby to reduce call-out times and mitigate against any further harm. Our technicians are trained to recognize the common patterns of smoke dispersal and can conduct a thorough inspection of your home. This inspection includes challenging to reach areas like your heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) unit as well as electric fitting sockets.
Hot smokes are attracted to colder surfaces, which means that the most substantial damages are likely to be found inside drawers, cavities, or ventilation shafts. Here, thick smoke deposits can buildup releasing odors as well as occasional soot into the rooms of your house. SERVPRO technicians conduct a thorough review of HVAC systems, ventilation shafts, interiors as well as crawlspaces to locate and negate smoke damages. We achieve this by applying industrial chemical solvent cleaners as well as using mechanical cleaning equipment.
There are broadly two types of smoke damage of concern to a homeowner. The first is loose particles, which can be spread around under wet-cleaning methods. We use air whips, negative air pressure machines as well as wet/ dry vacuums to remove loose particles. What usually remains is thicker, greasier wet smoke deposits. These need to be dissolved and suspended in a cleaning solution before removal. Each SERVPRO truck is fully-stocked with chemical agents and mechanical cleaning equipment.
A large amount of odor is usually removed during the cleaning process. However, the odor can come from multiple sources, making it challenging to locate and identify a single source. Using a combination of thermal fogging equipment, pressure-spray deodorants as well as powerful anti-odor pellets, we can be confident of tackling odor in your home. Once the service is complete, all paperwork can be passed onto your insurer for a stress-free claim.
If your property is worse for wear after a fire, contact SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach at (850) 863-2552.
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