Fire Damage Restoration

What You Need to Know

There is probably nothing as devastating to your home as a fire, which is why fire damage restoration is so important if the worst should happen. All fires have three main areas of concern, water damage(from putting out the fire) soot damage, and direct fire damage. Our Emergency service consists of the board up if necessary, Water Extraction and Structure Drying, Pack out and POI services, Demolition. Smoke damage alone can turn your beautiful white walls black, fire damage can burn many of your valuable possessions to ashes, as well as the structure of the house, and then, there is the water damage from the hoses and extinguishers used to put the flames out. The combination of these three things will require experts to carry out the fire damage restoration. It will require highly trained and certified technicians, assist you with all the restoration needed. It will require highly trained and certified technicians, assist you with all the restoration needed.

Why Use Professional Services

After a fire hits your house, you do not want to rely on just anybody for fire damage restoration. When it comes to saving your home, you want the best, not the cheapest. You want to be sure the company you use is certified and insured in this type of cleanup and has many years of experience with positive results. The last thing you want is your property looking no better than it did, before the restoration team did their job.

Fire Damage Restoration Includes:

  • Odor removal
  • Water extraction
  • Damage cleanup
  • Reconstruction
  • Smoke damage repair
  • Boarding up of your property

Real professionals will provide you with a free quote for any service you may need. Do not trust the restoration of your home with just anyone. You’ll want a company that considers your home as valuable to you do. You want the company to take the business of fire damage restoration seriously, and give you the satisfaction and comfort of knowing that your property is in good hands.…

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The Roof Can Be a Dangerous Place

Health and Safety

Lots of health and safety factors have to be taken into account when dealing with roofs and roof maintenance. There are many dangers associated with roof maintenance which go beyond the obvious ones. These include the fact that the worker is on top of the building that is being worked on and needs specialist equipment. Working from heights brings with it its challenges, and if weather conditions are not right, it can make the task difficult or impossible. Without the proper staff training and experience in dealing with roofs, roof maintenance can be a deadly task.

The Right Equipment for Commercial Roofing

Commercial Roofing Maintenance

Other things to consider, do you have the right equipment to carry out commercial roof maintenance? Are ladders safe enough or is it better to set up scaffolding instead? If you employ a commercial roofing contractor, they will survey the dangers, carry out a risk assessment and specify the equipment needed. If you are in DIY mode – take great care and assume the worst!

Is The Roof Strong Enough?

Roofs come in many different shapes and sizes, and with that, they may be incredibly steep and not safe to walk on. They may even be too fragile; this could lead to cracks in the roof or punctures creating further problems. In a worse case, you could fall through or off the roof.

Do I Have Asbestos In My Roof?

A major problem when dealing with roof maintenance is the presence of asbestos in roofs. Asbestos roofing was popular in the past due to its high tensile strength and its waterproof qualities. Asbestos fibers are tiny fibers that when inhaled will penetrate the lung and trigger an inflammatory reaction. This reaction can lead to scarring of the lungs or other internal damage. There is no cure for asbestos-related illnesses. Asbestos roofs are generally low risk when proper equipment is used, so it’s essential to leave the maintenance to professional roofing contractors who specialize in dealing with asbestos.…

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