A house fire is an incident that everybody hopes never to experience. But the hard truth is a house fire is something that a lot of people have to deal with regularly. Referring to research by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), house fire is one of the most common residential hazards in the United States.
Aside from the shocking experience that homeowners may encounter, there is also the challenge of picking up the pieces and trying to salvage and restore large and essential items such as clothes, draperies, furniture, and carpets. If your home has damage from fire or smoke, it is important to contact a fire cleanup company immediately. Fire and smoke restoration process needs to start right away to prevent additional damage.
Fires can be especially devastating to your home or business. After the fire trucks leave, your property will likely suffer from not only fire and smoke damage, but also widespread water damage and flooding from firefighting efforts. Immediately after such a destructive occurrence, it is important to contact LBR. We will help to reconstruct your home that was just lost.
Leave it up to the fire clean up companies to work with hand in hand with whatever claims review that is involved in expediting the rebuilding process. We are certified in fire damage restoration to quickly clean up and restore your home to pre-fire condition. We also can remove the pervasive smoke odor and soot cleaning including water damage from upholstery and carpet. LBR Restoration uses best practice methods set by the IICRC. This includes, use of sponge and wet wash treatments to remove soot from hard surfaces following a house fire. Hard surfaces like the walls, ceilings, countertops and hard surfaces following a house fire. We perform in-depth carpet cleanings and full-house air duct cleanings.
Our certified staff also uses ozone treatments to deodorize the rooms affected by the fire. The cleaning methods we employ remove the fire and smoke damage from deep inside materials. Typical construction material like the beams, drywall, and flooring in your home.