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Cleaning the Structure of your Thomson Home after Fire Damage

3/9/2020 (Permalink)

A washing machine and dryer covered in soot and smoke damage, along with caution tape wrapped around both.  It is essential to get professional assistance after your Thomson fire damage, call SERVPRO today.

Fire damage is very serious, let SERVPRO help your Thomson home fire damage.

Following a house fire, you may be in a total state of shock, and then grateful that everyone within the home was okay and not hurt. After this initial shock, it is essential to contact professionals that can help you gather the right information for insurance companies while restoring your home, making sure everyone is safe.

It is critical to attack the fire damage to your Thomson home head-on to ensure your home is restored quickly to its preloss condition. Depending on the severity of the fire, professionals may need to provide emergency services right away to make sure there is no more damage to the property, that the worksite is safe, and to get the home ready for mitigation and restoration work. 

After the property is secured and safe, SERVPRO fire restoration specialists go about the business of cleaning the contents and structure of your home. They often remove contents to clean them in an offsite secured facility, while the structure (the actual building) undergoes restoration. Restorers inspect every surface of your home to understand how to best clean it. 

Some surfaces in your home require dry cleaning for non-washable surfaces, including non glossy surfaces. These surfaces may get damaged by using a water-based cleaning product and wet cleaning. A standard tool for dry cleaning are sponges that contain no chemical cleaning products. They work by causing friction on the soil and then absorbing into the sponge. Technicians use firm pressure to clean soot off of surfaces adequately.

Other surfaces, typically including glossy surfaces, oil-based, and greasy residues, require aggressive wet-cleaning techniques. It is essential to pretest an area, make sure that the surface is washable. Wet cleaning usually has three steps: wash, rinse, and dry. Technicians use a bucket of cleaning solution such as SERVPRO's specially formulated Wall and ALL Surface Cleaner (#351) to wash the area, and then rinse the same area with clean water before drying. 

For 24/7 assistance, contact SERVPRO of Augusta South / Burke & Wilkes Counties at (706) 843-1990. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster. 

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