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Fire! How to Restore Your Home After Fire Damage

1/15/2020 (Permalink)

Fire damage can be one of the most overwhelming losses a home or property owner can face. Not only are you having to deal with the fire itself, but the aftermath can leave your property with smoke damage, residual soot, and even water damage. Fortunately, restoration is often possible. Here are a few steps to help you recover your property after fire damage in Bozeman, Montana.

3 Steps to Help You Restore Your Property After a Fire

1. Evaluate the Damage

After a devastating fire, the first step is to evaluate the extent of the damage and develop a plan of action for repair. Calling a certified fire restoration expert is the best way to plan for any fire, smoke or water damage remediation. Our trained professionals have the knowledge to handle many common issues that happen after a fire. In addition to cleaning the property, we will take measures to help reduce the risk of further damages- boarding up windows and doors, as well as patching holes in the siding or roof.

2. Water Evacuation

It may seem add to consider water damages after a fire, but fire hoses used to extinguish the fire often leave excess water inside the home or property. If the water is allowed to sit stagnant for too long, mold growth or other structural damages may occur. Water restoration experts remove any standing water, then use a combination of commercial grade dehumidifiers and air movers to effectively dry out the space.

3. Removing Smoke and Soot

One of the most important parts of fire cleanup and restoration is dealing with smoke and soot damage. Smoke and soot can penetrate carpets, linens, furniture and other porous materials, as well as damage paint and drywall. To ventilate lingering smoke, open windows and doors if possible. Although this step will certainly help, a certified restoration company should be called to utilize special tools and techniques to remove any lingering residue or odor.

Time is of the essence when restoring your home or property after a fire. Whether you need assistance with smoke damage, water removal or cleaning and restoration, our certified specialists in Bozeman, MT are here to make it "Like it never even happened." ®

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