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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Do not try and clean up after a fire in your home

After a fire in your home,  ash and soot contain dangerous chemicals that are extremely hazardous to your health so it is not a good idea for you to start cleaning up the mess once you are allowed back into your home.

DO NOT - Remove ash or water from carpets and floors. It’s not only dangerous but in most cases, carpets need to be replaced.

DO NOT - Vacuum, touch the walls, or remove drapes. We have the proper equipment to safely remove and clean salvageable items from your home.

If the fire department turns off your utilities (water, electricity, and gas) before they leave, it means they are unsafe to use. DO NOT  try to turn them back on by yourself as this could be very dangerous and cause further damage to your home.

DO NOT - Attempt to wash walls, ceilings or other absorbent surfaces.

DO NOT - Sit on upholstered furniture.

DO NOT - Use exposed food items, including canned goods, which have been subjected to excessive heat.

DO NOT - Use TV’s, stereos, or electrical appliances until cleaned and checked.

DO NOT - Send smoked garments to an ordinary dry cleaner. Improper cleaning may set smoke and odor into the items and they will be ruined.