A fire is one of the most traumatizing things that could happen in your home, threatening your family’s sense of security. A fire can immediately bring your business to a halt, affecting the company and its customers.
According to the latest numbers from the National Fire Protection Association, a structure fire is reported every 65 seconds. When the alarm sounds, fire departments answer the call for help with quick and decisive action. When the smoke dissipates, United Restoration’s fire restoration team is standing by, ready to help with the same rapid response – 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
The “Golden Hours”
The “golden hours” of recovery are within the first 24 to 48 hours after a fire has happened. To ensure the recovery as much as possible, it’s important to have an effective emergency response that stabilizes the facility. Acidic soot and smoke damage produced by fire extinguishers accelerate the deterioration and corrosion of building components and vital assets.
By removing left over chemicals and water, including toxic smoke odors, United Restoration ensures the restoration and mitigation of damage on your building.
- Analysis of Building’s Structural Status
- Content Inventory, Packing, Restoration and Storage
- Smoke Soot and Odor Removal
- Flooring Restoration or Replacement
- Ozone Treatment
United Restoration’s leading damage mitigation, cleanup and water restoration techniques allow for immediate service that can include:
- Emergency Board-up
- Soot Removal
- Thermal Deodorization
IICRC Certified Firm
When the unfortunate disaster of a fire in your property occurs, it is important to recognize the importance in having an IICRC Certified Firm to assist you in the Fire and Smoke Restoration process. As an IICRC Certified Firm, United Restoration operates under the strictest guidelines, with state of the art equipment and highly trained staff that are capable of removing fire and smoke odors through techniques which include Fogging, Ozone Treatment, and HEPA Air Scrubbing processes. For more information on IICRC standards, please visit their website at www.iicrc.org