The firefighters have reached your house in time to save your life and the property. But now you are worried about all the damages and what you can do to fix them. Though the fire has been extinguished, the real work of restoration begins once the firefighters leave. Because you are probably mentally stressed and have no idea what to do, we at Chatsworth Fire Damage Restoration will take complete responsibility to restore your house back to its former untainted condition. In fact, you should let the professionals handle the cleanup and restoration because though it may look like an easy job, fire residue and grime is hard to get rid of.
We are a group of certified professionals trained to deal with emergency rescue and restoration. Your property is very valuable to us and we make sure that your house is put back together within a short span of time.
However, if you have been lucky enough not to have a fire incident in your house or office building, remember to have your fire emergency equipment checked. Properly operational water sprinklers and alarms can bring down the chance of fire incidents by 75% and this is why we suggest that you ask the experts to look in and make sure that they work.
If it was a complete combustion, carbon dioxide, water vapor and heat would have been produced. But when house fire occurs, lots of smoke is produced due to incomplete combustion. This smoke constitutes of soot and toxic gases such as carbon monoxide. Synthetic odors are produced due to burning plastic and synthetic textile. The soot from these materials is black and smudges quickly. It is acidic in nature so anything that comes in contact with this smoke becomes susceptible to discoloration and corrosion. Soot removal is time-sensitive and hardens with the passage of time. So it is wise to call a fire damage restorer without delay.
Fire incidents mostly occur between 11 PM to 7 PM, sadly, half of these emergencies result in the death of people who were sleeping in their comfortable beds. So before you go to sleep, make sure you have double checked
If a small fire occurs, (potentially controllable) Do not panic! Just grab a fire extinguisher and remember the word ‘PASS’. it is an acronym made for easy retention of information on how to use a fire extinguisher:
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