When we’re done, we guarantee that you won’t smell smoke.
SMB Restoration Specialists team can help you with fire and smoke damage.
SMB Restoration Specialists has proven systems to eliminate or neutralize odor and contamination problems. When our specifications are followed, a complete deodorization or decontamination takes place. When the project requires the latest in cleaning, sealing, injection, surface sealant, mildecides and germicides, you need to call the professionals who can provide results.
Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration Services include:
- Emergency Board-up (to prevent further damage and secure property against theft and vandalism)
- Demolition/Shoring Deodorizing
- Ozone and Thermal Fog Services (neutralizing and eliminating odors)
- Content and Furniture Restoration
- Total Reconstruction
- Interior Restoration
- On Location Cleaning
- Structural Cleaning and Deodorizing
Call us at 800-840-8501 for free inspection.
More Restoration Tips for Fire or Smoke Damage:
- DO NOT enter your home or business until a professional tells you that it is safe to do so because the structure of the building may be compromised.
- When it is safe to enter, be sure to wear goggles, gloves, boots and facemask to protect your lungs from inhaling any lingering debris.
- While you are present, open all the windows and prop open doors to get air circulating.
- Avoid using upholstered furniture that has been damaged by fire and/or smoke.
- DO NOT attempt to wipe or wash the walls, ceiling or other absorbent surfaces.
- DO NOT use any affected electronics until they have been cleaned and checked by a professional.
- DO NOT consume food or canned goods that have been subject to excessive heat.
- DO NOT turn on your heat, air conditioning or central fan system until it has been cleared by a professional as you may blow dust and dirt into unaffected areas of the home.
- DO NOT send smoked garments to an ordinary dry cleaner because improper cleaning may set the smoke odor permanently.
Also see our Fire & Smoke Safety Articles.
Check out some information on after a fire from the US Fire Administration.
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