Phase 1 Restoration can help!
Fire is by far the most damaging and dangerous type of home damage possible. Aside from the obvious burnt and charred materials there is also the presence of contaminated water, carcinogenic soot and harmful smoke vapors. Listed below are just a few examples of the typical chemicals released in a house fire.
Fire Damage Concerns
Hydrogen cyanide – released when polyurethane, wool, silk and paper are burnt
Acrolein - released when wood, acrylics, cotton and rubber are burnt
Ammonia – released when nylon, wood, silk and polyurethane are burnt
Hydrogen chloride – released when polyvinyl chloride (PVC pipes) and upholstery are burnt
Hydrogen bromide – released when fire retardants are burnt
Hydrogen sulfide - released when wool, silk, rubber are burnt
Benzene - released when petroleum-based plastics and paints are burnt
Fire Damage Remediation and Restoration
1. IICRC certified technicians carefully inspect and identify all affected areas.
2. A comprehensive plan of action and expected results is reviewed for your approval.
3. Lead tests completed to identify if there is a presence of lead contamination.
4. Removal of all burnt debris and contaminated materials.
5. Water extraction and structural dehumidification begin.
6. Application of antimicrobial solution to inhibit mold growth in all affected areas.
7. Application of sanitizing solution to decontaminate all affects areas.
8. Structural drying begins to remove all remaining moisture.
9. Air purification and final odor removal process begins.
10. Scheduled inspections to guarantee results are being achieved.
11. Final consultation with results and recommendations is presented.