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  • September 28, 2014
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Fire Restoration Palmyra Pa

There is no other way to put it, having your home destroyed by fire is a catastrophe in the truest sense of the word. Aside from the emotional aspect, the damage that a fire leaves behind can be far-reaching. Even a relatively small house fire can cause serious damage that may be both visible and hidden from view. You will need help the fire restoration Palmyra Pa professionals with extensive experience to clean up all the damage and get your home back to its previous state.
Assessing Fire Damage

Fire damage restoration begins with a careful examination of the property. This will take a trained eye. Not all fire and smoke damage is easy to spot. A fire damage restoration specialist will be able to determine which parts of the home will need to be cleaned and which of the home’s contents are still functional and therefore worth keeping.

Of course, the most important thing will be to make sure that your home is still safe for you and your family. The need to make sure that the roof and walls are stable is one of the reasons that it is best to have your restoration handled by an expert.

Restoring Your Property
Quick clean up after a fire can help to prevent additional damage your possessions. Consider the fact that restoration may involve tasks like the removal of the water that was used to put the fire out. Standing water can result in mold and make your home unsafe to live in as well as causing damage to furniture and flooring. Smoke is a particularly difficult aspect to eliminate as it can find its way into furniture drawers, ceilings and your home’s HVAC system.

After a house fire, it is natural to want your home cleaned up as soon as possible. However, it is important to be aware of the dangers. For example, embers can continue to burn in your home’s walls or in furniture for days after you have had a fire. Fires can also produce toxic chemicals, which may make cleaning up afterwards hazardous to your health. Additionally, electrical wires may still be live in the aftermath of a fire so that there is a risk of electrocution along with the danger of inhaling poisonous fumes. ServiceMaster fire restoration Palmyra Pa specialists are aware of these risks and have the equipment and training needed to deal with them.

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