Fire damage refers to physical damage to the property as a result of burning. Directly caused by flames, smoke and other corrosive substances emitted by fire. The immediate aftermath of fire damage can be devastating and confusing period, however, there are ways of restoring buildings after fire damage. Damage occurs from fire and smoke, as well as water and other substances used to extinguish the fire.
Many insurance companies divide fire damage into two categories, primary and secondary. Primary refers to damage caused by flames, and secondary caused by smoke and other substances from the fire.
What Does Fire Damage Restoration Involve
Fire damage restoration processes includes mitigating damage, smoke damage clean up, water damage restoration as quickly as possible. Beyond the visible structural damage, contents inside the structure must be evaluated for recovery based on a number of factors. Get in touch with your insurance company immediately to understand what you need to do.
Recommended: SLGR or Storm range of dehumidifiers and Clean Shield HEPA 500. Please refer to water damage and air purification pages.