Chat with us, powered by LiveChat
Image 2

Can My Home Be Salvaged After Fire Damage?

Depending on the circumstances and how badly damaged your house truly was from a fire, it is possible to salvage your home.

However, repairing a property that has been altered by flames is tricky business and requires a lot of close attention to detail and time, but it can be done. The best way to ensure the full restoration of your property is by hiring a reputable repair company that can tactfully take care of every step in the fire damage restoration process.

Fire Damage Restoration Process

1.Find an Emergency Contact

After the fire is completely and safely put out, the first thing you need to do is hire someone to check the structural damage and help you through this tough time.

The companies that will do the best job at salvaging your home will offer emergency services, meaning that you can contact them any day at any time and they will respond and be able to provide you with immediate relief and assistance for your property.

Why bother with an emergency line once the fire is out and the damage is done? You may still be in need of restoration services as soon as possible in order to ensure that further issues do not spread through the affected areas. For example, if a fire burns through your roof and creates a hole, you might be facing water damage issues if it rains later on; this would cause a whole other spectrum of hurdles to face and restoration to be done.

All Dry USA has a 24-hour emergency services line that allows our experienced property restoration team to be dispatched immediately to act as the first line of defense in helping to salvage your property. Whether it is a residential or commercial space that requires damage assessment and repairs, our expert team is prepared to tackle it.

2. Assessment

Once you are finished with all of the emergency responders, the restoration company you contacted will perform an assessment of your home to take in the amount of damage that was done. This typically involves assessing the extent of how far the smoke, soot, and fire traveled and how badly affected the areas are, such as the walls and furniture.

This assessment is an important step because it will help you and your trusted repair company understand exactly how much damage was done and this will help you proceed to come up with the best action plan for your situation. Every situation is different, so you will need a specialized quote to get an accurate idea of how much money the repairs will cost as well as how long they will take.

3. Sealing Services

As hinted at above, the top priority is always to make sure that the situation doesn’t get worse. A fire can create an unfortunate domino effect of a new range of problems, such as a burst water tank or pipe that causes water issues. In these instances, a company like All Dry USA will act quickly in order to halt the water source before it can spread to other parts of your house.

4. Clean Up

Once further damage is halted, the next step that a repair service will tackle is the clean-up of your home. They will try to get everything looking as normally as possible, which includes a variety of tasks such as using pumps to remove any standing pools of water, rubble and ash removal, and sanitizing these affected areas. Here are some of the other tasks that are taken care of during this process:

  • Carpet cleaning (potentially for all rooms, depending on the extent of the damage)
  • Removal and disposal of things that are irreparable
  • Making room for replacement items

5. Repairing and Renovating

This is the stage where the restoration truly begins and the damage from the fire is tackled. New carpets will be installed, walls will be repainted, and even new wallpaper can be put up. This step works to get your home looking perfect so that your life can return to normal.

6. Consultation

Once everything is completed, you can schedule a consultation and a debriefing to provide you with the information needed to best prevent future fires and other hazards, such as room design advice and finding the best smoke detectors.

Call Us Now