The only warning that comes with a fire is the shrieking of an alarm. The top priority should always be getting everyone out of the building and calling 911 from somewhere nearby. Never reenter a burning building! Once the flames are out and injuries have been tended to, the next step is to mitigate the damage caused by soot, flames and other toxins from the fire. RestorationMaster provides fire damage restoration services to homes and businesses in the Islands and Mount Pleasant, SC that have been damaged by fire. Our experts can restore household surfaces that have been damaged by soot and other corrosive byproducts and repair any structural damage to the building.
The damage from a fire doesn’t stop once the flames are out. Synthetic materials create toxic byproducts when burned which can damage household surfaces. Soot can etch and tarnish surfaces like porcelain, tile, chrome, aluminum, marble, brass, carpeting, and upholstery. The damage can become permanent within days. Smoke and other fumes can work their way through an entire building and damage upholstery, carpeting and other materials that weren’t affected by the flames. That’s why it’s important to call RestorationMaster at (888) 915-8868. We’ll arrive within hours to assess the damage and begin the restoration process using the most advanced equipment and products in the industry before the damage becomes permanent. If the damage is too severe, or the site is unstable, we’ll inventory and pack-out your items for transport to our secure location for restoration.
RestorationMaster’s 5 step fire damage restoration process includes:
- Emergency pre-cleaning
- Content cleaning
- Content pack-out, if necessary
- Wall and ceiling cleaning
- Odor removal
There are so many things to do in the aftermath of a fire, but don’t let your home or business suffer because of it. Be sure that a call to RestorationMaster is one of the first things you do after a fire at your home or business. Call us at (888) 915-8868 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for fire damage restoration in the Islands and Mount Pleasant, SC.