SMOKE DAMAGE CLEANUP BOISE IDAHO
Our team of remediation experts cleans your home and fixes smoke damage.
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After the fire has been extinguished, making sure your home is smoke-free is the next step when it comes to restoring your home after a fire. While it may not seem that smoke can do extensive damage to your home, here at Restoration Pro in Boise, Idaho, we have seen too many cases of untreated smoke that has led to extensive (and expensive) home damage, as well as a lingering smell that is hard to get out without professional help. That’s why we specialize in smoke damage restoration and soot removal, to help clean up the lingering effects of a house fire and to help prevent future damages down the road.
The first step to cleaning a home damaged by smoke is to do a deep clean. This involves removing all traces of the smoke from every area of the home, including within the walls and even in areas that were not directly touched by the fire. Since smoke can travel long distances, and its odors can cling to surfaces long after the smoke is gone, it is important to make sure to deep clean any surface in your home to help remove all traces of the fire.
Dangers of Smoke Damage
Exposure to lingering smoke, soot, and airborne particles can cause health issues, from lung irritation and general nausea to lasting illnesses and in some cases even cancer. This happens because many of the structural components of your home, while safe in their normal state, can cause serious harm to you and your family when burned. Some of these materials include:
While PVC is an amazing material that is most likely used throughout your home, especially for plumbing, once ignited it can produce potentially deadly compounds, including phosgene, hydrogen chloride, chloromethane, dioxin, Bromomethane, and halocarbons, all of which you should try to avoid coming into contact with on a regular basis.
While not used in modern homes, if your home was built between 1950 and 1980, the odds of it containing some form of asbestos is incredibly high. This can lead to airborne and potentially hazardous particles floating around your home after a fire. Asbestos has been linked to various forms of cancer, including mesothelioma, which is why it is important to not leave it lingering around.
Sulfur creates sulfur dioxide, which in turn can cling to various surfaces and leave behind that iconic smoky scent that is so hard to get rid of. That’s why it’s important to make sure there are no lingering sulfur dioxide deposits in your home after a fire.
Carbon is found in a wide range of household items and can leave lingering problems behind once ignited, such as carbon monoxide poisoning, tar, ammonia, hydrogen, nitrogen, and other harmful chemicals inside of your home.
If your home has suffered from smoke or soot damage in Boise, Idaho, it’s important to call in the professionals. Our team of quick-working, dedicated restoration workers can help clean up your home in no time. With state-of-the-art clean up technology, we here at Restoration Pro can help get your home back to its original state and help preserve your home. Making sure that your home is professionally restored especially after smoke damage can help prevent further damage, as smoke and soot residue can slowly eat away at surfaces, leaving them pock-marked and odorous. That’s why making sure to call in the experts to help restore your home is crucial to ensuring everything goes smoothly. With our 24/7 emergency services and consultation experts on the line to help answer any questions you may have, Restoration Pro can take some of the smoke and mirrors out of getting your home restored, so you can get back your normal, smoke- free home in no time.
Other Services Restoration Pro Offers
- Water Damage and Restoration
- Fire and Smoke Damage Repair and Restoration
- Reconstruction and Remodeling
- Tree Removal and Repair
- Flood Restoration and Water Removal
- Insurance Claim Assistance