Fire damage restoration is the procedure by which damaged property is restored and repaired following a fire. This process often includes removing mildew and corrosion from furnishings and surfaces affected by smoke and other by products of combustion. The most obvious sign that a property has suffered fire damage is the presence of fire damage to the structure and contents of the building. Smoke damage may be contained within the structure or it may spread to adjoining rooms. Most fires will destroy carpets and upholstery and will leave electrical appliances such as televisions and heating systems in a state of hazardous condition.If you’re looking for more tips, Water Mold Fire Restoration of Atlanta has it for you.
Water damage is not usually confined to the structure but can also affect the electrical systems of the building and may cause smoke and odors to permeate the surrounding areas. A fire damage restoration process includes dehumidification of premises, which removes excess moisture and dampness to prevent the growth of mold and mildew. This process also includes removal of smoke and other by products from carpets and other surfaces and the cleaning of electrical equipment like televisions and heating systems.
During the fire restoration process, salvageable materials are discarded, along with unusable personal items and goods that are excess to the required quantities. Asbestos is a material that often contains dangerous carcinogens and this must be removed and properly disposed of. Salvageable items that can’t be reused are sold in an appropriate manner to pay for their cost and removal. Debris removal and clean-up are done in a manner consistent with fire safety regulations. The use of asbestos abatement products is strictly limited according to local and national laws.