Finding the Best Restoration Company for You | SERVPRO® of East Nashville, Madison, Goodlettsville
It is important to practice fire preparedness year-round, but as we move into the winter months, this is a good time to make sure you are ready. According to the Red Cross, winter months are when we can expect to see the most house fires out of the entire year.
Not only is creating a home fire escape plan for your household an important part of preparedness, but so is finding a company you trust to help with the restoration following a fire so you can set the process in motion quickly after the flames cease.
The restoration following a house fire must be complete and thorough to be effective. The structural elements of your home, your belongings and your air supply are all impacted during a fire, and restoring these things to their pre-fire state is our main objective. Here are the methods we use to restore homes after a fire:
Restoring the structural elements of a home consists of cleaning and repairing any floors, drywall portions or other sections that have been impacted. We will first perform tests to determine how your damage is spread through the home and what work should be done, then our technicians will begin taking action to remove the soot, smoke and flames from these items.
We understand how important the contents of your home are, and in most cases, it is more cost-effective to restore rather than to replace. By utilizing tools for both wet and dry cleaning, we are able to handle a variety of items and return them to their pre-fire state. Most upholstery, wood surfaces, art and technology are within our scope of restoration.
The residual smell of smoke can persist long after the flames are extinguished, and removing airborne soot particles is extremely important due to the health risks they can pose. Our technicians will strategize the best air purification method for your home, using air scrubbers and other tools to deodorize the air and ensure any hazardous particles are removed.