Up In Smoke

Have you ever had excess smoke in your home? Usually, smoke damage occurs from excess smoke in the kitchen, or from fire damage. Though subtle, unexpected problems can occur from smoke damage. Here are some of the signs.

Discoloration:

  • Walls and baseboards can turn yellow
  • Plastic and wood surface can warp
  • Metal materials can rust and corrode
  • Marble, Granite, Countertops, and tile can be permanently discolored

The smoke smell can be trapped in the following:

  • Clothes
  • Carpet
  • Drapes
  • Upholstered Furniture
  • Pores wood furniture

Areas Affected by smoke and soot:

  • Ceilings
  • Walls
  • Windows
  • HVAC system

Smoke damage can have a lasting affect if left untreated. Carpet, upholstery, clothes can be treated, but if there is fire damage, some things can't be replaced. In situations where there is fire damage, you can contact the restoration professionals at All Dry USA for all you needs.

Categories: All Dry USA, Smoke, Restoration
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