What Is Involved In Fire Restoration For Amityville Condos?
SERVPRO Helps Resolve Different Issues on Different Floors during Water & Fire Damage Restorations
For storied houses in Amityville, such as condominiums, the damage from a fire can vary on each floor unless the structure is completely ravaged during the blaze. In some sections, materials degenerate from exposure to flames and heat. On floors further from the seat of the fire, smoke damage is more likely.
When executing fire restoration in an Amityville condo, it is essential to address all the problems without creating additional damages, which calls for the right resources. SERVPRO restoration teams are capable of tearing down damaged materials, cleaning soiled areas, setting up protective barriers, and refinishing affected areas. We rely on state-of-the-art equipment, and experience gained handling fire losses over time.
The Most Common Restoration Tasks Involve:
- Fire damage restoration
- Smoke remediation
- House fire clean up
Although issues vary in a fire-damaged condo, it might be hard to tell from casual observation since most surfaces are blackened with soils and debris strewn all over the facility. Our SERVPRO crew chiefs first inspect the facility to establish the problems at your facility since every loss is unique.
The Typical Damages we Expect Include:
- Torn down insulation and wall panels
- Wet materials or contents from firefighting efforts
- Foul odor because of smoke residues
- Deep soiling from fire residues or firefighting chemicals
Our SERVPRO technicians help tear down all unsalvageable materials affected by flames or excess moisture absorption. We also check the char depth on framing to determine whether replacement is necessary. In case the structural integrity of the frames is still intact, we can sand off the charring and apply a sealing agent to contain any odors.
SERVPRO of Amityville / Lindenhurst is highly experienced in fire restoration and thus addresses any issues, “Like it never even happened.” Call us at (631) 319-1680 for assistance.