Smoke Damage Restoration Cleanup

If there were fire damage in the building, smoke would be the most devastating hazard. There will most likely be smoke and dust from a single room that will affect and pollute every area within this facility. It tends to stick to the wall, the ceiling, and all the buildings’ possessions when it smokes. 

By using powerful and robust chemicals and safety gadgets, our technicians can clean the area without causing harm to children and pets. Suppose you use water and detergent to clean the building. In that case, you will not only destroy the texture, the appliances, and the inventory in the building, but also it will allow the hazardous smoke to linger, causing terminal illnesses for residents. 

Various types of smoke 

You need to be aware of the four types of smoke that will affect a building and its occupants when it suffers smoke damage. To ensure the place is safe for everyone and remove the smoke, we recommend contacting our experts rather than handling this yourself. 

  • Dry Smoke

In a high-temperature fire, wood and paper will produce dry smoke when burned with ample air. Among the four types of smoke, dry smoke is the easiest to clean. However, you cannot take things into your own hands and handle them yourself. 

Usually, when smoke and its particles pass through cracks into a property and stick to certain areas, they create a smoky smell in the space and make it a hazardous area for the people living in it. With the help of our technicians, these particles will be safely removed from your area, removing the smoky odor as well. 

  • Remaining Protein Residues

If you suffer from fire and smoke in the kitchen because your dish caused a mishap, this type of smoke is the result. Smoke that contains protein residues results from a low-heat fire involving protein, oil, or edible material. 

Although it is hard to see, this type of smoke tarnishes the paint and can tarnish the odor and smell of the building for quite some time until the smoke has been removed. There are consequences attached to this type of smoke, but it is deemed the least dangerous. 

  • Oil/Fuel Remains

This type of smoke does not affect home-office environments that burn fuel or oil n. A fire breaks out in an area where fuels are stored, smoke will cover the entire space, and you will have to deal with the odor and dangerous chemicals. 

  • Smoke from a wet environment

Smoke comes from a low-temperature smoldering fire with plastic and rubber. These hazardous and harmful types of smoke are created when you burn appliances and other materials. Get rid of the harmful chemicals and particles from your building when there is wet smoke in it with the help of our professional technicians.