Smoke Damage Restoration
Smoke Damage: Commercial Smoke Damage Restoration & Clean Up
After a fire at your commercial property, warehouse, or office, you may not only need fire damage restoration. Smoke damage can seriously affect your business. Smoke damage often requires a full restoration of your commercial property or business, and it can occur without a significant fire. Our team will act quickly to recover furniture, documents, electronics, and other property items. Our Fire and Smoke Damage Specialists are efficient, responsive, and there for you every step of the restoration and cleanup process.
Our Smoke Damage Restoration process shows how ServiceMaster by Singer helps businesses recover from fire and smoke damage. Our
Our Commercial Smoke Damage Restoration & Clean Up Process
- Clean the ash residue that builds up on surfaces before it spreads.
- Neutralize the odors to keep them from returning.
- Remove the troubling remainders of soot, odor, and stains from at-risk items, such as brass, aluminum, chrome, marble, tile, porcelain, and fabric upholstery and carpets.
- Deodorize property carpets and curtains before cleaned.
- Use select chemicals on clothing to break up the molecules in the smoke to get rid of odors.
Commercial Smoke Damage Restoration & Clean Up: What To Do After a Fire
If approved safe by the Fire Department or Law Enforcement team:
- Limit movement in the property to prevent soot participles from embedding into upholstery and carpets.
- Keep hands clean to not further soil upholstery, walls, and woodwork.
- If electricity is off, empty onsite refrigerator and freezers and prop doors open.
Commercial Smoke Damage Restoration & Clean Up: What NOT To Do After a Fire
- Do not wash any walls or painted surfaces or shampoo carpet or upholstery.
- Do not clean any electrical appliance close to fire, heat, or water.
- Do not turn on ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet - water may damage wiring.
Contact Our Experts For Commercial Smoke Damage Restoration Services
After a fire, the biohazard residue can lead to health problems if not taken care of correctly and thoroughly. Our Fire and Smoke Damage Assessment will quickly provide a price estimate for the restoration and cleanup process. There may be additional damage from water and other factors.
Contact us now or call 1-855-574-6437 for commercial smoke damage restoration and cleaning. We do not recommend any "do-it-yourself" restoration or cleaning methods. Self-cleaning methods can cause more damage, including permanently setting soot and causing chemical reactions. Our Fire and Smoke Damage Specialists use specialized products, equipment, and expert methods to restore your property and possessions best. Returning your commercial property or business to pre-fire condition is ServiceMaster by Singer’s specialty.
Find Out More About Our Proprietary Disaster Preparation Program
To be able to effectively implement a customizable comprehensive disaster solution for you and your organization, we need to work together to plan for the possibility of a future fire.
This would include onboarding your company’s unique needs and property specifications.
There are many important questions to consider prior to the event of a fire:
- What do your insurance policies (there may be multiple relevant policies) cover?
- What is your deductible on each policy? Will you be paying out pocket?
- Where can our team park to minimize business operations?
- Do you want trucks with our company name and logo showing up at your property?
- What structures, systems, and materials are we allowed (and not allowed) to work on?
- Who should we first talk to upon arrival at your facilities or building (this may vary depending on the time)?
- What authority does this person have to make financial decisions for the company?
- and many more…
Please reach out to us prior to a loss, or needing our restoration services, so that we can help prepare you for a catastrophic event and save you money when it does happen. Find out more about our proprietary Disaster Preparation Program to see how you and your organization can minimize a future loss’s impact on your operation