Fire can cause an incredible amount of structural damage and they put the people within the home or building at great risk for injury. When a fire occurs, ensuring the safety of everyone is the most important priority and once this is done, the attention must quickly turn to restoring the building. Soot and corrosive byproducts continue to permeate through the building long after the fire is put out and this damage will become permanent without proper restoration services. ServiceMaster of San Francisco provides fire damage restoration services in San Francisco, CA area to restore homes and buildings that have been affected by fire. We respond within 1 to 2 hours of your call to begin the restoration quickly.
Fire Damage Restoration Process
The technicians of ServiceMaster of San Francisco are licensed and insured to provide fire and smoke damage restoration services with the experience to work in commercial and residential settings. We are committed to rebuilding your home or business as quickly as possible and we respond faster than most in the industry to prevent permanent damage from the soot and corrosive byproducts. Our cleaning products and equipment are among the best available and we can effectively remove soot from a variety of delicate household surfaces such as tile, brass, porcelain, aluminum, chrome, carpeting, and upholstery with the right chemical combinations.
Our fire damage restoration services include the following:
- Emergency pre-cleaning
- Content cleaning
- Content pack-out
- Wall and ceiling cleaning
- Odor removal
If your home or business in San Francisco has been damaged in a fire, do not hesitate to contact ServiceMaster of San Francisco as soon as the fire is extinguished. We will dispatch a team of technicians within 1 to 2 hours of your call to help minimize the damage to your property and restore your home or building quickly. We can be reached 24 hours a day at (415) 805-9699 to respond to fire damage emergencies in San Francisco, CA as well as the counties of San Mateo, Santa Clara, San Benito, and Monterey.