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Fire Damage

After a fire, your property can have multiple types of damage. These damages include fire, smoke, water and soot. If the fire department is dispatched to your home or business then your more than likely to have water thrown into the mix. The fire Department will pump thousands of gallons of water into your home or business to put out the fire. This creates double the work for any restoration company. We know that a fire can be responsible for personal and business stress. The damages can be devastating. FloodLocal.com places the customer first! We understand the hardships when a fire breaks out. The fire restoration process can take months to complete. If you are suffering from a fire disaster use the contact information below.


Below is a list of steps about the fire restoration process. Each job is always different and unique. 

#1. Call FloodLocal.com 

Our Fire damage hotline is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. With one phone call, you will be connected to a fire restoration specialist who will dispatch one of our fire restoration providers. Our fire restoration process begins with this telephone call. We have our emergency call center that is available to you in an instant. When your home or business catches on fire you only have a small time frame to start the process before the damage gets out of control.

Preparing for the call. 

Please have the following information ready before you call. 


First and Last Name
Telephone Number
Home or Business Insurance Information
Street Address
Information on Fire Damage

#2. On Site Fire Damage Inspection

We will dispatch a team of fire restoration professionals who will inspect your property and evaluate the damage. We will also investigate the source of the fire. By completing a fire damage inspection on your home or business it will allow us to identify the problem and create a plan for restoration. There are several types of fire damage depending on the magnitude of the fire. Our trained staff will survey the type of damage with our industry knowledge. Once we have identified the type of damage we then will prepare for the clean up process.

#3 Preparation Services

After a fire, you may have outside damage to your home or business. We provide preparation to your home to prevent future damage. A fire will burn holes in your roof and through the structure of your property. These holes must be sealed and covered. Our staff will board up any opened windows and close the holes on your roof to start the fire restoration process.

#4 Water Removal

Most fires have to be put out by water. After the fire is put out we start the water removal process immediately. Our water damage professionals will start to extract the water in your home or business by using high powered pumps and water extraction equipment. The bulk of the water must be removed in a quick time frame. The water must be removed quickly to prevent the risk of mold growth.We use high strength dry vacuums to remove the majority of the water. Once the water is removed we then inspect your carpet and padding under the carpet. If the carpet and padding are damaged we then will remove the carpet and padding immediately. By moving the wet carpet and padding it will help with the drying process. Once this is done we then bring in the drying equipment to start the drying process. We use hygrometers, moisture detection units, saturation meters and infrared cameras to detect water within the walls or structure of your property.

#5 Ash, Smoke and Soot Removal

After a fire, you will suffer from ash, smoke and soot damage. Our friendly staff of fire restoration professionals are highly trained on how to clean and remove these elements from your home. Smoke damage usually will soak and absorb into your roof and walls. Fire damage can leave layers of wet soot and ash. This needs to be cleaned by a professional who has the knowledge and experience. You can trust the staff at FloodLocal.com to restore your home back to its original state.

#6 The Cleaning Process

After the dry out process most everything in the damaged area will need to be cleaned and restored. We use different techniques for different types of materials. Your walls, floors and carpet will be restored back to new. We also clean any and all personal belongings that suffered from the flood. From your furniture to clothing we make sure and clean any item that can be saved. Some personal items such as pictures can't be replaced. We take pride in getting all of your items cleaned and restored back to new. Any items that can't be saved will be hauled off away including carpet and damaged furniture. Once the clean up process is complete we then start the odor removal process. With most every flood, there comes an odor. The deodorization process is one of the final steps in the water restoration process. Your home also must go through the sanitation process as well. We sanitize the damaged area to prevent micro bacteria growth and other harmful bacterias.

#7 The Restoration Process

After your home or business is cleaned the restoration process starts. In most cases, you will suffer damage to the paint, drywall, flooring, carpet and padding. Our staff of water restoration professionals will restore the building materials that were damaged in the flood. It is common to remove drywall for the drying process. We can fix and repair drywall, paint, tile, wood flooring and most any damage to your home or business. Our goal is to restore your home or business back to its original state. Any and all repairs that we can't fix we have preferred building contractors who can be referred to you during the water restoration process. We can handle the majority of the light building repairs and remodeling services. Trust the professionals at FloodLocal.com to clean and restore your home or business back to a better then original state.

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