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Our Guide To Restoring Your Fire Damaged Home In Fort Myers

11/6/2018 (Permalink)

While the fire damages to your home could be widespread, the indoor air quality is often one of the preliminary concerns for professionals.

Restoring The Atmosphere Of Your Fort Myers Home After A Fire

Some disasters can cause substantial physical damages to the construction materials and contents of your Fort Myers residence, which can prove challenging enough to overcome. When you combine this immediate, acute damage with environmental hazards and air quality concerns like fire presents, it becomes apparent that restoring the affected atmosphere within your home requires highly trained professionals with high-grade equipment.

While the fire damages to your Fort Myers residence could be widespread, the indoor air quality is often one of the preliminary concerns for professional restoration teams. Our SERVPRO professionals assess the full scope of the damage to your property, including the risks associated with potential airborne hazards, debris, noxious odors, smoke, and other atmospheric concerns.

For the risk of contaminants and potential health concerns, it is never advisable to attempt to assess the damage to your home on your own once first responders and firefighters have left the premises. By contacting our emergency response team, our technicians can arrive quickly with the appropriate personal protective equipment to catalog damages and inspect risks safely without endangering your family or our professionals.

To overcome odors, debris, and particulates, our SERVPRO technicians utilize several pieces of specialized equipment. For pulling particulates, soot, and even mold spores from the environment our professionals can use our efficient air scrubbers. These devices can trap particulates as small as .3 microns. Running these machines for at least a full day can help to reduce potential hazards present in the affected areas greatly.

Deodorization can happen with various tools as well, but commonly, our technicians choose to treat open areas and contents affected by smoke damages and foul odors with thermal foggers. This dense chemical compound emitted by the machine can get used for fabrics, clothing, carpeting and more, making it a vital piece of equipment to restore indoor air quality.

Overcoming air quality concerns following a fire in your home can be overwhelming without extensive training and the industry-leading equipment available to our technicians. You can trust us to help with every facet of fire restoration in your home. Give our SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda team a call today at (941) 575-5910.

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