Fire damage clean up Houston
Fire damage can be devastating. The cleanup, while necessary, can create even bigger problems for a homeowner as water damage from firefighting efforts and structural damage from the fire itself can be costly. In some cases, it may amount to more than the home is worth to you.
If your home has been damaged in a fire, no matter how minor or extensive the damage may be, you owe it to yourself to partner with a specialist in fire damage remediation like Houston Home Relief Group.
Repair and restoration from fire damage
Some of the issues we can help with after a fire include:
- Fire damage
- Smoke damage
- Water damage and flooding
- Deep soot deposits in carpets and furniture
- Smoke odor
In all but the most extreme cases, we can help with these issues. However, you should be aware that such extensive damage often compromises structural integrity. Water damage resulting from firefighting efforts can present long-term issues such as mold and bacterial infection if not properly remediated.
Just some of the fire damage clean-up our expert technicians can manage includes:
- Immediate protection from further damage with tarps and boarding up
- Fire and smoke restoration
- Odor control
- Carpet and upholstery deep cleaning
- Water damage
- Mold remediation
- Complete renovations
Each area of your home will be affected differently be fire, water, soot, and smoke. This means that each area needs to be treated as a separate entity with regard to sanitizing, restoration, and rebuilding. Areas that have sustained damage may not even be visible to you, such as scorching and water damage within the walls that can weaken the electrical, plumbing, and structure of the home. Rooms that have not been visibly damaged by the fire may also have unseen damage and may require significant attention.
Our technicians are well-equipped to assess the extent of the damage as well as what needs to happen to restore each area to its pre-fire condition. Once we have conducted our initial inspection, we should be able to give you an accurate idea of what can be repaired, what needs to be rebuilt, and what is beyond repair.