The Flood Co. announced the launch of an updated range of fire and smoke damage cleanup services for clients in Park City, Utah. The company has extensive experience with fire and water damage restoration projects of all sizes.
More information can be found at https://www.thefloodco.com/smoke-fire-damage
The recent announcement is part of the company’s commitment to helping their clients recover as much of their property as possible after a fire.
The damage caused by a fire can have a devastating impact on businesses and homes. Fires can cause structural damage and leave premises uninhabitable for a long period of time.
In addition, smoke odor can invade building materials, personal belongings, the walls that have not been burned by flames, and create respiratory issues for those who occupy the facility.
By choosing the cleanup services at The Flood Co., residential and commercial property owners will avoid costly repairs and long-term effects of smoke and fire damage. The company focuses on cleaning up debris and water after the fire department secures the property, as well as deep cleaning, restoration and storage of the client’s personal belongings until their home or business is reconstructed.
After a careful inspection, the experienced and certified staff will create a customized plan for the client’s property to ensure that a safe and healthy environment is established.
Their fire restoration process includes prompt damage assessment and estimates, emergency board-up and structural stabilization, cleaning soot and other residue from fire damage, and smoke odor removal, sanitation and air purification.
If smoke and fire damage has affected the client’s belongings, they will work with the insurance company to determine what can be restored, and what will be on the insurance replacement claim.
The company can also ensure the reconstruction of the affected areas and a proper disinfection to prevent mold and mildew.
They recently started a fire damage restoration job at a property where a large coil of heat cable was left in the attic. The coiled cable heated up and caught fire, igniting the insulation inside the attic.
A spokesperson for the company said: “Over the years we’ve made many improvements and refinements to our restoration methods. We are happy with the results. We know you will be. If we fail to restore your home to pre-damage condition, give us a call, we will make it right.”
Interested parties can find more by visiting https://www.thefloodco.com
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