Commercial Fire Damage is one of the worst things that can happen to your business property. Sometimes, however, the damage it leaves behind can be even worse. Cleaning and salvaging possessions require specialized knowledge and cleaning compounds. Soot must be removed from tile, glass, aluminum, chrome, carpets, and other fabrics. As the fire spread through the building, smoke flows throughout. Combined with humidity, smoke can form corrosive residues. Additionally, residual smoke can still burn, causing pitting, etching, or chemical burning. The longer you wait to begin the cleanup process, the greater the damage will be.
If your building has been damaged by fire and smoke, you need the very best people to handle your restoration process. The experts at GeoWell can work with you to restore your building and return to business as usual as soon as possible. We are trained in fire mitigation, fire and smoke damage restoration, and corrosion control. We are here to work with you through every step of the process from emergency cleaning to rebuilding and deodorizing.
Fire damage can devastate your business or commercial facility. In addition to the damage from the fire itself, your property can also suffer damage from soot, smoke, and water from firefighting efforts and your building’s fire suppression system. After fire damage, it’s important to begin the restoration process as soon as possible, not only to reopen your doors sooner but also to minimize damage and clean-up efforts.
Our fire Commercial Fire Damage restoration process is multi-faceted and begins with a thorough inspection of your property to create a restoration plan. After boarding up your business and tarping the roof, if necessary, we will first remove any water from firefighting efforts. Soot and debris will also be removed from the surfaces in your business. This should always be done professionally as improper cleaning techniques can set in soot stains and odors. We will also remove lingering odors of smoke and soot before repairing damaged areas of your business.
Contact us right away after fire damage to your commercial property so we can put it back to rights. Remember: soot and smoke will continue to damage your property long after the fire is gone until they are treated and removed. Belongings that can be saved during the first 24 to 48 hours may be destroyed by the third day.