The fire trucks may be gone but without proper immediate response, the real fire damage and the costs are just beginning. To return your residential or commercial property to its pre-loss condition requires professional fire damage restoration. This is not the job for a do-it-yourself property owner.
For results you can have confidence in, choose Sunshine Cleaning & Restoration. We are a fire damage restoration contractor with professional training and certification from the IICRC. Fire restoration to a property is a complex process with many variables. Proper fire damage cleanup, odor removal, and repair is a task that requires technicians certified in fire damage restoration services.
At Sunshine Cleaning & Restoration, we understand how devastating and emotional it can be to experience a fire in your home or business. When you call our certified and experienced team for fire damage restoration services, your first priority is to take care of you. We’ll make sure you understand the steps we will take to protect your property from any additional damage while we work to quickly clean up the mess and restore your home or business back to normal.
Our emergency response team is available around the clock and will be there for you day or night to assist you. You can rely on our knowledgeable and professional team to restore your property after a fire, guaranteed.
In the wake of a fire, smoke and soot residues cover nearly every surface in a property, and the longer the smoke and soot remain the increased risk of additional damage persists. It’s important to begin fire damage cleanup as soon as possible in order to prevent permanent fire damage or discoloration from soot residue.
Acid soot residues cause plastics to yellow; small appliances located close to the source of combustion discolor; highly porous materials (marble, alabaster) discolor permanently.
Acid residues stain grout in bathrooms; fiberglass bath fixtures may yellow; uncoated metals tarnish, countertops may yellow; finishes on appliances, particularly refrigerators, may yellow; furniture finishes may discolor.
In time, acid residues cause painted walls to yellow permanently; metal corrodes, pits and rusts; wood furniture requires refinishing; vinyl flooring requires refinishing or replacement; clothing becomes soot-stained; upholstery stains permanently.
Restoration costs escalate tremendously. Synthetic carpet fibers may yellow or discolor permanently; silver plate is corroded permanently; glass, crystal, china may require replacement due to severe etching and pitting caused by prolonged exposure to acid soot residues.