Quality Smoke and Fire Damage Restoration Services in Decatur, GA
Even a relatively small fire can cause significant property damage. This is why Aveeno Property Restoration is here to help. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you get back on track. Our technicians have years of experience dealing with fire damage cleanup and will be able to help you avoid any additional damage to your property.
Preventing Further Property Damage
After a fire, an evaluation will be made on the severity of the loss. Of course, safeguarding your property and ensuring the safety of individuals is a top priority. Soot caused by fire is corrosive and therefore requires special care to ensure that any affected surfaces aren’t further damaged during cleaning.
It is important to act fast, getting items such as metals, electronics and delicate fabrics processed rapidly, so as to prevent any more damage to them. The smoke odor can be eliminated by using various deodorization techniques.
What to Do After Fire Damage
Get in touch with Aveeno Property Restoration quickly to limit any further damage.
Dry any items that are wet, such as clothing, drapery and upholstered furniture to prevent mold and mildew growth.
Open windows to ensure adequate ventilation.
Empty refrigerators and freezers if the power is off.
Wash off plants with water.
What Not to Do
Don’t try to clean any of your household items, such as textiles and furniture, unless you’re sure that you know the right procedure. Failing to do so may result in additional damage.
Don’t use electrical appliances, such as TV’s and stereos, unless they have been inspected.
Don’t use any food or canned items if they have been found close to the fire, heat or water, as they may have been contaminated.
Our complete fire restoration services include the removal of debris, odor removal, repair of structural damage, storage of repaired items until they are needed again, assessment and inventory of property contents and a whole lot more. We’re available 24/7, so you can count on us to be there when fire damage occurs.