Fire remediation projects are some of the toughest services that we have to deal with. Once the fire has been put out the first thing that we need to do is assess the damage. Much like we do in our water remediation procedures. With fire, it is more common to have all sorts of furniture and even parts of homes and buildings rendered useless! In most cases, we are going to find ourselves removing large amounts of all kinds of objects.
Preventing More Damage
The next step after removing most of the structures that have effectively been consumed by the fire is to reduce the risk of another fire developing in the area. What we have to do in those situations is to effectively thoroughly clean many of the areas with the most damage. As is the case with our smoke remediation services, we are going to want to keep the room temperature relatively low. So, as to not create ideal conditions for another fire to potentially develop. Once we have removed anything that was unsalvageable and we have thoroughly cleaned each particular area, then you can start thinking about the rebuilding process.
The Importance of Professional Help in Fire Remediation
From the things that we previously mentioned about how we handle fire remediation; it may sound simple enough for any person to take on the task on their own. While cleaning may not seem like something that only professionals are able to do, there is a difference with the type of cleaning that is done in these particular instances. Our main job is to spot all of the potential areas where a fire could rekindle and cause greater damages. Also, for the most part, fire remediation projects are large scale affairs. We are going to have to bring in a team of people that can handle different areas at once. The quicker we are able to tend to high-risk areas the less likely it will be that a new fire arises.