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Smoke and Fire Damage in a Living Room - Fire and Smoke Restoration - Utah Flood Cleanup

In some cases, fire damage is so extreme that large piles of soot and debris get left behind. Not only that, but smoke odors linger in every room of the property. Every major fire damage restoration project must be left to the experts. This is where we come in. Utah Flood Cleanup is your Utah smoke & fire damage restoration and repair team.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Fire Damage in Utah  

The fire that damaged your home likely left behind smoke, soot, and stains that show up on the walls and ceiling. The fire has also likely weakened the walls, pillars, and floors of your property, which is a serious danger to your household.

Your Utah Flood Cleanup experts will assess the damaged area and determine the best solution to get your home back to normal. We will help you decide which items need to be replaced and which can be restored. Our professional evaluation will help with insurance claims as well.

After a major fire, there are few air fresheners that are powerful enough to remove the rigid odors. Leave the solution to us. We have the tools and equipment to dissolve and completely remove lingering smoke odors.

To remove soot from walls and furniture, we rely on high-powered suction tools. We will also use professional-grade brushes and cleaning chemicals to extract soot safely from the property without causing further damage. Afterwards, we will apply a protective sealant that is specially designed for fire-damaged surfaces.

This is one of the most common questions people have. Whether or not someone can stay in a house following a fire is going to depend on the severity of the damage. First, people need to figure out whether or not it is going to be safe to stay in the house. For example, the fire damage might be so severe that gas, electricity, water, and the structure itself might not be stable. If there is a risk of the damage worsening to the point that it threatens someone’s safety, then people should not stay in the house. In addition, everyone needs to think about how feasible it is to stay in the house. Does the kitchen work? Is there plumbing? Is there a comfortable place to sleep? Answers to these questions are going to dictate whether or not someone can stay in the house.

Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to this question. There are a few factors that are going to play a role. Of course, the severity of the fire damage is going to impact the timing of the cleanup. The bigger the fire, the longer the cleanup process is going to take. Law enforcement might get involved as they try to find the cause of the fire. Insurance companies are going to send out trained professionals to assess the damage and estimate the value of everything that was destroyed. While these investigations are taking place, the cleanup crew might not be allowed to disturb the scene. Several factors are going to influence the timing of the cleanup process.

It is critical to call the right people for help following a fire. Call 911 and let the emergency responders know that a fire has taken place. Police, fire, and EMS services should arrive on the scene to provide assistance. Be sure to notify the home insurance company that a fire has taken place. Finally, call a fire damage restoration company to provide assistance. With the help of the professionals, anything that can be saved will be salvaged.

The most important thing to remember is that everyone should avoid entering the house until they are told it is safe. There might be structural issues, gas leaks, and exposed wires that can threaten someone’s safety. Wait for the professionals to do their jobs.

It is best to rely on a fire damage restoration company to clean up the damage following a house fire. If there is still soot and smoke attached to the walls and furniture, this can be removed using a combination of detergent, sodium triphosphate, household cleaner, and chlorine bleach.

The answer to this question depends on someone’s individual policy. In many cases, homeowner’s insurance will cover the cost of fire damage restoration. Those who have questions about their insurance coverage should speak with their home insurance provider to learn more.

Utah Flood Cleanup is the team to handle any type of fire damage. Our experts will remove smoke odors, soot, and other debris left by a fire.

Professional fire damage restoration and repair is just a phone call away. Contact Utah Flood Cleanup today at (801) 876-5225 for immediate service.

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