Fire Damage Restoration In Tampa, Florida
Fires can cause extensive damage even at smaller sizes. They can burn up materials and leave behind permanent stains on a building. This damage can linger far after the event is over, and can cause further deterioration of materials. Where there’s fire, there’s also smoke. Smoke damage can seep through porous materials and cause an unpleasant scent to linger and cause further damage. Our technicians in Tampa, Florida can assist regardless of the severity of the damage.
United Water Restoration Group of Tampa is open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We know that after any fire damage is dealt to a home or business that it can be difficult to relax or remain calm. We want to be there for you when you need us. Our emergency hotline, (800) 430-5838, can place you in direct contact with one of our technicians in Tampa, Florida within minutes and start the process of our fire damage restoration.
Once one of our technicians from our Tampa, Florida office is at your location, they will carefully comb over your property. The first step of our fire damage restoration process is to provide you with a comprehensive assessment that gives you a detailed plan of action. To start these services, our technicians in Tampa, Florida will begin with emergency repairs. Damage that causes exposure to the elements, such as an exposed roof or broken windows, will be temporarily fixed with tarping or boarding.
After all emergency repairs are set up, we move onto removing any excess water. This step will help remove any excess water left by the efforts to calm to fire. Once our technicians in Tampa, Florida remove this water they will begin cleaning up soot and removing smoke damage from materials. Using air scrubbers, our technicians will remove any lingering scents and go through and carefully clean and sanitize affected areas. Once your property is clean of smoke and soot damage, our technicians will begin repairing or replacing damaged items. Our technicians in Tampa, Florida are also able to assist in the restoration of lightly damaged materials. Materials such as rugs, carpets, clothing, and furniture may be restored if not severely damaged.