Woodbury Properties That Suffer Fire Damage Need Prompt, Professional Restoration
Enlisting SERVPRO to Help with Woodbury Fire Cleanup Erases the Damage Quickly and Efficiently
Did you have a kitchen fire, a blaze in the garage, or did the in-law apartment on your Woodbury property have an electrical fire? No matter the type of fire emergency that took place, you will have plenty of work ahead of you to ensure everything gets restored to pre-fire condition. Something SERVPRO does best is handling house fire clean-up and all of the small details involved – from debris removal to our odor control technicians (OCT) taking care of odorous particles. We get the job done fast so that you are not left to stumble over debris or track soot residue by trying to execute DIY clean-up on your own.
How does SERVPRO get started cleaning up fire damage in Woodbury?
Homeowners trying to begin house fire clean-up alone can quickly become overwhelmed. You also have to remember that do-it-yourself fire restoration usually makes the situation much worse. Experienced IICRC-certified fire and smoke restoration technicians (FSRT) know how to address smoke remediation, charred debris removal, and any potential safety issues that arise. SERVPRO is here to save you time and money on the overall project. We arrive promptly and begin assessment right away to get started before secondary damage begins to set in.
Some of the methods that we use to handle soot and smoke clean-up include:
- Dry cleaning with the help of vacuums, brushes, and sponges to handle light-to-medium, non-greasy soot particles.
- Wet cleaning with or without cleaning agents to remove residue that is either moderate or heavy.
- Spray and wipe methods involve spraying surfaces with a cleaning agent and then carefully wiping residue with a clean cloth.
- Other techniques may include dry ice or soda blasting, immersion, cleaning, and sanding.
When it comes to any kind of fire damage, SERVPRO of Woodbury, Cottage Grove, is here to handle it all! Contact us by calling (651) 314-4631 for emergency dispatch.