We know that a fire is one of the most devastating things that a homeowner or business owner can experience, and our team’s primary goal is to help you get everything back to normal as soon as possible. Our team is dedicated to making the entire fire damage restoration experience as stress-free and positive as possible, easing the pain of your loss while restoring your property as quickly as possible.
Call us today to learn more about how we can help. We are available 24/7 for fire and smoke damage disasters.
Understanding the effects of a fire can help you evaluate the damage to your home or business. By learning more about residue clean up and deodorization after a fire, you can minimize the need for costly repairs. Call Clean Image Services, Inc. and see how we can help, because increasing your knowledge and partnering with qualified restoration technicians ensures that your home or business is correctly restored. Clean Image Services, Inc. and our qualified subcontractors can help return your home or business and its furnishings back to what it was like before the fire.
Call Clean Image Services, Inc. as soon as possible after the fire is out to begin the restoration process.
Upon completion, your property will be fully restored back to the way it was prior to the fire.
Another major aspect of fire restoration is dealing with all of the smoke damage that has been left behind. Our professional team is fully prepared to take care of this damage so that you can protect your health and get your home back to normal.
Smoke damage is characterized by discoloration, corrosion and a strong smell. This can lead to the yellowing of your walls, and it will also tarnish metal. Fiberglass and most other surfaces will suffer quickly from the effects of smoke damage, but our technicians have the necessary equipment and experience to fix this problem.
It is important to note that smoke damage becomes worse over time. In fact, waiting just three days to contact Clean Image Services, Inc. may cause permanent discolorations. We recommend taking action immediately after the fire in order to save your belongings and reduce your expenses.
Soot can occur after a very minimal fire. Therefore, even if you just had a small kitchen fire that did not require the assistance of the fire department, you could still have a dangerous substance in your home.
The black ash that is on your walls or other surfaces is toxic soot. We can quickly assess the amount of soot damage that is in your home and get it cleaned up before it causes permanent damage to your walls, carpet and cabinetry. This is a process that should be started right away to minimize the overall damage.