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Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration in Puyallup, WA


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Fires are terrifying disasters that cause serious damage to homes and buildings and put lives in danger.  The flames of a fire quickly burn through everything in their path and the burning of these materials creates corrosive byproducts like smoke and soot that linger after the fire is out and cause additional damage.  It is important to start the restoration of the property as soon as possible after the fire is out to limit the extent of the damage.

At RestorationMaster, we provide fire and smoke damage restoration services to help repair and restore homes and businesses damaged by a fire in Puyallup, WA.  Our technicians will show up right away to begin the pre-cleaning and stabilization process which will help limit the damage and speed up the restoration.

Professional Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration

Fires cause many layers of damage to homes and buildings.  First, the flames burn through everything they encounter which can leave a building dangerously unstable.  The heat from the fire and the partial combustion of burned materials create corrosive byproducts like smoke and soot that will cause additional damage.  These corrosive byproducts will continue to spread and settle after the fire is out and many of the objects and materials affected can become permanently damaged without quick and effective restoration.

Surfaces and materials damaged by smoke and soot are treated as soon as we arrive using advanced cleaners and chemical combinations.  Our technicians can remove soot and smoke damage from the following:

  • Carpeting and upholstery
  • Porcelain, marble, and tile
  • Aluminum, brass, and chrome

Our IICRC certified technicians are prepared to restore fire damage no matter the size of the loss.  We use advanced equipment and cleaning products to stabilize and repair structural damage and reverse the effects of smoke and soot.  We can also clean and restore personal items damaged by the fire or smoke.

Our fire damage restoration process includes the following steps:

  • Emergency pre-cleaning
  • Building stabilization
  • Structural repairs
  • Wall and ceiling cleaning
  • Content cleaning and pack-out
  • Odor removal

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What to Do if Your Property is Affected by Fire Damage:

  • Call RestorationMaster for fire and smoke damage restoration to limit the damage and salvage affected surfaces and materials.
  • If the outside temperature is above 60 degrees, open doors and windows to air out the building.
  • Clean aluminum, chrome, porcelain, and Formica surfaces affected by soot.
  • Change the furnace filter if your furnace uses forced hot air.
  • Tape a damp cheesecloth over each supply and return register to filter soot from the air.
  • Throw away all exposed food items.
  • If you have lost power, clean your refrigerator inside and out.
  • Save smoke damaged clothing for our professionals.

What NOT to Do After Fire Damage:

  • Do not touch wood, upholstery, or drywall that is damaged by soot because the oils in your hands will make the damage worse.
  • Do not try to wash soot from the walls because the damage will get worse with improper methods.
  • Do not try to clean your carpeting or upholstery.
  • Do not use electrical appliances until they have been inspected and deemed safe.
  • Do not use ceiling fixtures on a wet ceiling.

Professional Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration

Professional Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration

Calling our professionals at RestorationMaster immediately after a fire is put out on your property will help limit the damage and save you time and money on the restoration.  We are available 24 hours a day at (888) 915-7197 for emergency fire and smoke damage restoration in Puyallup, WA.