What Tools Make Professional Fire Restoration Most Efficient?
Our SERVPRO professionals can work to quickly recover fire-damaged Reading homes using several powerful tools and practices.
Often Reading homeowners do not have a choice but to pursue the knowledge and experience of restoration professionals after a fire. Insurance companies covering these properties want to ensure that the work done in the house restores the structure to its pre-fire conditions. As a preferred vendor in the area, many providers contact us directly when their clients and customers suffer losses.
Because fire restoration in Reading homes and businesses is so involved and complex, it often requires dozens of different tools, pieces of equipment, and specialty products to manage. With so many levels to fully restoring a home, from removing soot and smoke residues to contending with lingering odors, the right equipment and cleaning approach for these situations becomes vital to the mitigation process when our SERVPRO team first arrives. Some of the areas that we can help your home include:
- Deodorization – While removing harsh, lingering odors is among the final stages of fire restoration in a home, there are several potential paths that our technicians can take, including fogging, ozone, and hydroxyl generators.
- Cleaning – Removing residues and soils from surfaces involves several potent solvents, chemicals, and detergents depending on the material affected and the type of smoke residue present.
- Air Filtration – Circulating particles of soot and other contaminants after a fire can become hazards for those exposed. Air scrubbers and hydroxyl machines can utilize HEPA filtration to clean up the environment.
Can SERVPRO Help with Reconstruction As Well?
For many fire disasters, repairs and reconstruction are inevitable. Having a team of general contractors along with our SERVPRO restoration technicians means that these secondary recovery tasks happen immediately after mitigation.
After a fire, our SERVPRO of Reading team can quickly reach your home to begin vital mitigation tasks to reduce your losses. Give us a call at (610) 779-8189.