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SERVPRO Offers Quick and Efficient Fire Restoration in Brooklyn

12/24/2023 (Permalink)

a fire damaged room with soot covering the ceilings and walls To quickly address the damage in your home after a fire, call SERVPRO. Our certified technicians can form a remediation plan built for you.

Brooklyn Residents Trust SERVPRO® with Fire Restoration

Fire restoration of your Brooklyn property demands specialized skills, immediate response, and thorough execution. SERVPRO, renowned for its expertise in fire damage restoration, offers a helping hand to homeowners and businesses in distress. SERVPRO techs efficiently tackle smoke and soot damage, addressing visible and hidden hazards.  

The foremost objective of SERVPRO technicians during the fire restoration of your Brooklyn home is to assess and treat all affected areas meticulously. We implement stringent protocols to manage smoke, soot, and structural damage, ensuring the restoration process is conducted swiftly and effectively.

Using Different Cleaning Methods to Restore Fire-Damaged Homes

SERVPRO IICRC-certified technicians employ diverse cleaning techniques tailored to different types of damage and materials. These cleaning methods ensure the highest efficacy in restoring your Brooklyn property to its preloss condition.

  • Dry Cleaning: Utilized primarily for light residues or as a pre-cleaning step, dry cleaning involves brushing, vacuuming, and sponge cleaning. It is effective for removing surface dust and soot without introducing moisture. 
  • Wet Cleaning: An intensive cleaning method for eliminating moderate to heavy residues. Wet cleaning involves using water, possibly with added cleaning agents, to remove soot, smoke, and other contaminants. It is ideal for materials and surfaces that can be soaked or saturated.
  • Foam Cleaning: The method is employed when wet cleaning might cause damage, such as on upholstery or fabrics that might shrink or bleed. Foam cleaning involves applying cleaning foam with minimal moisture, effectively removing soil without overwetting the item.
  • Spray and Wipe: Ideal for items that can't tolerate wet cleaning, this technique involves spraying a light mist of cleaning solution and wiping it off. It allows for control over the moisture applied, making it suitable for slightly delicate surfaces.
  • Abrasive Cleaning: Used for robust surfaces with heavy residues, abrasive cleaning incorporates agitation into the cleaning process. It can involve abrasive cleaning products or mechanical action to dislodge and remove soot, grime, and other contaminants.

Call SERVPRO of Mill Basin, Flatlands, at (718) 381-3271. Remember, we are always Here to Help®.

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