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Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration

Fires are among the most feared natural disasters because they can cause widespread damage in a home just as suddenly as they can start.  There are a variety of potential causes of a fire such as cooking, smoking, candles, electronics, and the dryer.  Once a fire starts, the flames can quickly engulf much of the home or building.  The threat of damage does not stop when the fire is put out as soot and corrosive byproducts continue to linger and cause damage to various objects and surfaces. The majority of the damage actually occurs after the fire is out.

Our technicians have the training, equipment, and contracting experience to effectively rebuild and restore the damage caused by fires.  We can also remove tarnishing and etching caused by soot and corrosive byproducts from aluminum, chrome, brass, tile, porcelain, marble, carpeting, and upholstery with our powerful chemical cleaners.

ServiceMaster Restoration by Complete provides fire and smoke damage restoration services for fire-damaged homes and buildings.  Our 1-2 hour response helps us limit the spread of soot and corrosive byproducts to prevent permanent damage.

The fire damage restoration services we provide include these basic steps:

Emergency pre-cleaning
Wall and ceiling cleaning

It is very important to begin the fire damage repair as soon as possible because the tarnishing and etching from the soot and corrosive byproducts can cause permanent damage.

Experiencing Fire And Smoke Damage

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Once you ensure everyone’s safety and get the fire put out, you must immediately call a trusted fire damage restoration company to prevent further damage.  The soot and corrosive byproducts lingering after the fire usually cause more damage than the fire itself.  Make sure you call us if you have experienced fire damage to your home or building in New York or New Jersey.  You can reach us 24 hours a day at (718) 984-6660 for fire damage emergencies.

New York Service Areas:

Manhattan, New York
Brooklyn, New York
Staten Island, New York

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