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Having a home or business damaged by fire can be overwhelming for all involved. In most cases, fire and smoke damage to residential or commercial property is too hard to restore on your own. All Dry USA in Farmingville New York has professionals trained in fire and smoke damage repair. Once the fire is out, your home or business may suffer from water damage. All Dry also specializes in Farmingville water damage restoration to help return your home or commercial property back to its pre-fire state. U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) estimates over 350,000 residential or commercial fires in American each year resulting from:
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Blake and the rest of the crew were patient, kind, and thorough. Instead of destroying everything just to get the job done (and requiring me to spend more money) they approached the mold remediation in a calculated and thoughtful manner. Kimberly in the office was responsive and was a great communicator. Blake was on the job more often then not and was, at all times, reachable. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
I would recommend this company especially Blake. Blake is a very professional and caring person and an asset to this company. He spend a lot of time explaining the services of this company and showed so much dedication to their service and satisfying the customer.
They were on time and quick. When I called back a few weeks later to get something in writing for the insurance company they emailed me back within an hour. This type of fast service is hard to find.
Farmingville is located in the central part of Long Island. The area is close to major transportation hubs like MacArthur Airport and the Ronkonkoma Long Island Rail Road station. On an average statistic, Farmingville gets 48 inches of rain, 28 inches of snowfall, and 203 sunny days per year. This account indicates a comfortable year-around climate for the area. When natural disasters occur, there is a chance of earthquake damages as well as a risk of tornado damages. Any structural damage caused by such natural disasters, and their aftereffects like flooding, can be taken care of by All Dry USA—focusing on structure reconstruction and making sure the building is once again habitable.
All materials respond differently to fire, heat, and smoke. It takes a trained professional to determine the steps that must be taken to minimize future damage and repair your personal property. Our Farmingville, New York trained staff specializes in:
Many times, after a fire, home and business owners want to assess the damages. Please keep these safety tips in mind and ask yourself these questions before entering the structure.
Try to refrain from moving a lot within the home or business, to prevent soot fragments from setting in the carpets or furniture. Keep your hands as clean as possible, to reduce more soil on the furniture and walls. Cover furniture and walking areas with clean blankets or towels to prevent further damage.
No two fires are alike. Depending on the type and severity of the damage, will determine the specific fire and smoke restoration process. Soot soiled items require a precise cleaning process. Below are typical steps for fire and smoke damage restoration:
There are many fire & smoke restoration companies out there. However, when trusting All Dry USA with residential and commercial fire & smoke restoration you will not only receive professional services, but empathy, respect, and treated like family. All Dry USA is a locally owned business that provides all customers with:
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Nassau County: H0456860000
Suffolk County: HI-62343
Westchester County: WC-32288-H19
Putnam County: PC7740
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