Michigan Fire Damage Restoration Company

Fire Damage Restoration and Smoke Damage Cleanup Company Michigan

The scope of property damage and loss due to fire damage in a structure is mostly related to the behavior and unique properties of smoke. The materials that fed the fire, the length of time the fire burned, and other factors will determine the exact scope and extent of the fire and smoke damage to your home or property. Fire Water and Storm Pros of Michigan trained fire damage professionals have the training and know how to access your home or property after a fire disaster to determine the exact extent to which fire, heat, smoke and even the water and or agents that put the fire out has effected and impacted your structures building materials and contents.

Emergency Soot Removal and Odor Cleaning Services – Board Up and Full Reconstruction

Our trained fire damage professionals know that even areas which appear to the naked eye to be unaffected by fire damage can still be a danger to homeowners. Smoke is very porous much like water and can seep into and penetrate all materials of your home or building and its contents, causing hidden dangers such as toxic odors. Fire Water and Storm Pros of Michigan’s trained fire damage restoration experts have the knowledge and know how of building materials and how these agents react to a fire and smoke to diagnose how far the fire and smoke damage has damaged your home or structure. Some companies that claim to deal with fire and smoke damage restoration only restore the damage you can see with the naked eye, but Fire Water and Storm Pros of Michigan has the expertise to deal with all fire and smoke damage, even that which you cannot see.

Heat and smoke can for example flow around your plumbing, and use the holes and seems around pipes to travel from floor to floor. Hot smoke will travel to cooler areas of the home. Hot smoke will also fill the upper levels of a structure. The materials which fed the fire will greatly affect the scope of the fire damage restoration process. There is also many types of smoke, such as wet residue smoke, dry smoke residue, Fuel oil soot from the homes heating device being effected by the fire, protein residues which are almost invisible residues yet have a disgusting pungent odor. Each type of smoke reacts differently with different materials. The type of fire even effects the smoke damage, such as a fast burning fire or a slow burning fire. What put the fire out also affects the nature of the fire damage restoration project. Fire Water and Storm Pros of Michigan technicians know exactly which fire smoke type affects which material and how to best restore that material.

Fire Water and Storm Pros of Michigan technicians will examine the property and perform tests while inspecting the property and determine the exact extent of the smoke and fire damage. We will brief you on the extent of any needed cleaning, restoration, and repairs using the most effective methods in the industry. Fire Water and Storm Pros is available 24/7/365 and will help you every step of the way in the process of restoring your property to pre-fire condition.

Emergency Cleanup Services to these Michigan Markets:

Macomb County, Wayne County, Oakland County, St Clair County, Livingston County, Washtenaw County

Allen Park, Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, Battle Creek, Bay City, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Brighton, Burton, Canton, Center Line, Chesterfield, Clinton Township, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, East Lansing, Eastpointe, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Flint, Fraser, Grand Rapids, Grosse Ile, Harper Woods, Harrison Township, Holly, Inkster, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lake Orion, Lansing, Lapeer, Lexington, Lincoln Park, Livonia, Macomb Township, Madison Heights, Marysville, Memphis, Monroe, Mt Clemens, Novi, Oak Park, Plymouth Township, Pontiac, Portage, Port Huron, Redford, Richmond, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Romeo, Romulus, Roseville, Royal Oak, Saginaw, Southgate, Southfield, St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, Taylor, Trenton, Troy, Utica, Walled Lake, Warren, Waterford, Wayne, West Bloomfield, Westland, White Lake, Wyandotte, Ypsilanti

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