Fires are unfortunate as they can lead to the destruction of property and worse issues. You must take the necessary actions to deal with house fires and prevent further losses if they occur. The fire damage restoration process helps to reverse the damage caused by fire. Mammoth Restoration provides restoration services in Flagstaff, AZ. Here is what to expect from the restoration process.
The first thing a team does in your house is to protect your property against theft. Safety precautions include putting up temporary fencing, bracing to maintain structural integrity, boarding up the doors and windows, and installing locks. Any valuable items that can be salvaged will be taken for safekeeping.
After the house is deemed safe for re-entry, a thorough inspection is necessary to determine the extent of your losses. In most cases, fire damage also leads to water damage and mold growth from the water used to put out the fire. Our restoration company compiles a report detailing all the damage for your insurance claim.
Preventing Further Damage
Various types of damage continue to degrade a property if your items are not restored. They include mold, soot, rust, and odor. It is usually referred to as secondary damage where the things that were not affected by fire start to deteriorate. Any remaining house belongings are removed together with the fire debris.
We can start water damage restoration by removing any standing water. Various cleaning agents are used to cleaning any salvageable items affected by the water and soot. Any odors are neutralized, and any items that are beyond repair are disposed of.
Repair and Renovation
The final step involves making repairs and restoring items destroyed in the fire. You may decide to have new additions in the home, such as a fire sprinkler system.
Mammoth Restoration is your trusted restoration company. We also offer emergency restoration services and strive to contribute to our client’s satisfaction. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
Mammoth Restoration works with home and business owners, insurance companies, the State of Arizona, various law enforcement entities, and other licensed contractors