What Is Smoke Damage?
When you think about fire damage to a structure, most of us think about a burned destroyed home or business. The truth is, that smoke damage can be just as destructive. Closed fireplace flues, and electrical fires can send smoke throughout your house, charring walls, covering everything, and stinking up the place. The longer you let smoke and odors linger, the more they soak into walls, carpets, and furniture.
One of the first things one should to do is ventilate the house as quickly as possible to mitigate smoke damage. Quick action is the only way to minimize the destruction. Restoration costs increase, and damages escalate when the cleaning process is extended.In most cases when it comes to major destruction to a home, it’s always smart to have a professional give his or her opinion on the matter. SERVPRO of Katy/Cypress, can offer that in person, or over the phone depending on the severity of the situation.
In the aftermath of a fire there is a sizable secondary task to replace all destroyed property while cleaning what remains.To repair and recover your damaged property, you will want to clean the smoke and soot damage from walls, textiles, clothing, and furniture, to remove the odor. After that happens, the professions (SERVPRO of Katy/Cypress) will apply their ozone machines and air scrubbers to ensure that the smoky odor leaves the affected area in a timely manner.