Wisconsin Fire Damage Cleanup

Fire Damage Restoration and Smoke/Soot Cleanup Company Serving Wisconsin

Nation wide in 2011, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,389,500 fires. These fires resulted in 3,005 civilian fire fatalities, 17,500 civilian fire injuries and an estimated $11,659,000,000 in direct property loss. These statistics do not include unreported fires. According to the United States Fire Administration, the United States has a severe fire problem that is more than what is generally perceived. 78% of all fires in the U.S.A were home Residential Fires. The simple fact is anyone, at anytime can be the victim of a fire.

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A house fire is an occurrence no one would ever wish to encounter. Sadly many home owners in Wisconsin face home fires, and the devastating damage left behind in a fires wake. A house fire is a truly traumatic event, resulting in either a total loss of the property, or if lucky only partial damage to deal with. A home fire is one of the most catastrophic events anyone will have to deal with in life. Dealing with the aftermath of a house fire is very stressful to deal with. Most home fires cause substantial damage, not only to the buildings materials but also its contents. Many people ask What to do when when facing extensive structural damage and damaged contents due to a fire. The answer to that is if the home is not a total loss, the property, and possibly much of its contents can be restored by a fire and smoke damage restoration company. Some items damaged in a fire may appear to be a total loss, when in fact they often can be salvaged and restored back to their former condition, even items heavily damaged by soot and smoke residue.

It is best to deal with professions when facing the after math and devastation left behind by a fire. Trying to restore and repair your property yourself will most likely result in just more damage and loss to not only your structure, but also its contents. The reason for this is it takes special knowledge and training to correctly restore fire and smoke damaged property and contents. Each fire is different, and results in different damage as well as different types of smoke residue and soot. Certain types of residue and soot need special treatment to remove, or just end up resulting in permanent damage to building materials or contents.

Luckily companies such as Fire Water and Storm Pros of Wisconsin deal with fire and smoke damage restoration, restoring properties back to pre loss condition. Fire Water and Storm Pros can even restore contents of a home or business which were damaged by fire and smoke, such as documents, furniture and personal heirlooms. Acting quickly is of the essence however if one wishes to restore their property and possessions, as smoke and fire damage gets worse over time. Fire damage is a time sensitive issues. Fire Water and Storm Pros is open 24/7/365 to help assist you in your time of need. We can send a team of first responders to your home or property within an hour or less of being called, assess the damage, provide an estimate and begin the process of restoring your home. Fire Water and Storm Pros will also help you with the filing of any insurance claim. We of Wisconsin fire and smoke damage restoration places the utmost importance on customer satisfaction, and we believe in restoring not only property but also peace of mind. If you are facing fire damage call us today for help.

Emergency Fire and Smoke Damage Repairs To These Wisconsin Cities

Appleton, Ashwaubenon, Bayside, Beloit, Bellevue, Beaver Dam, Brookfield, Caledonia, Cudahy, De Pere,  Eau Claire, Fond Du LacFranklin, Fitchburg, GermantownGreen BayGreenfield, Howard, Janesville, Kaukauna, Kenosha, La CrosseMadison, Manitowoc, Marshfield, Menasha, Menomonie, Menomonee Falls, Mequon, Middleton, Milwaukee, Mount PleasantMuskego, Neenah, New Berlin, Oconomowoc, Onalaska, Osh Kosh, Pleasant Prairie, Racine, River Falls, Sheboygan, Sun Prairie, Superior, Stevens Point, Watertown, Wausau, WauwatosaWaukesha, West Allis, West Bend, Wisconsin Rapids

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