Important Smoke and Soot Facts
A fire increases in size every 60 seconds. Fires happen quickly and spread quickly. The aftermath of a fire can be very invasive. While flames may be extinguished before reaching throughout your entire property, they come along with smoke and soot which can penetrate various cavities within your home. Smoke and can reach far beyond the flames, travel through plumbing systems, holes and vents, causing hidden damage and odor throughout your property.
There are many different types of smoke. Therefore, there are also different types of soot residue. Therefore, the type of fire greatly affects the restoration process.
Wet Smoke - Plastics and rubbers
• Low heat, smoldering, pungent odor, sticky, smeary with smoke webs that can be difficult to clean.
Dry Smoke - Paper and Wood
• Fast burning, high temperatures, heat rises and so does the smoke
Protein Fire Residue
• Virtually invisible, discolors paint and varnishes, extreme pungent odor, and is usually a result of cooking
Since each fire damage situation is a little different, each one requires a unique solution to restore your property. At SERVPRO of Burlington our fire damage restoration expertise and experience allows us to accurately assess the extent of the damage. Our highly skilled technicians along with our state of the art equipment helps to get your property back to pre existing conditions.
At SERVPRO of Kernersville we are here to make it “Like it never even happened." Just give us a call at 336-379-1772. We are here for you 24/7 and 365.