Imagine receiving a call that your home or office has suffered tremendous fire damage and all your important documents and precious items are destroyed. With fire damage repairs in order, who would you call to restore your property? What would the “cleanup” process look like? How could you trust that your property would be in good hands during the restoration process?
Repairing water damage during a water loss can be a headache if you try to do it yourself. It can also create a bigger disaster if it’s not done correctly. To avoid additional damage, increased cost of repair, and feelings of anxiety, it’s best to hire a professional team of experts. Repairing water damage doesn’t have to be a chore, hire a team that values top-notch quality service.
A fire can devastate a home or business in a very short time, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. The damage left behind can feel insurmountable, with first the restoration stage taking place and then rebuilding. The restoration team can assess the level of damage done to the home, working with the insurance company to determine what the rebuild will entail. This can be as extensive as gutting areas of the home or business, or the building entirely in the event of a major fire. After making these assessments and determinations, the rebuild process can begin.
Flood damage cleanup service may be needed if a property has undergone major water damage. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious and confused during a tragedy like this, but having a team of experts behind you can turn a negative situation into a positive turnout. No matter the level of damage, Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration has you covered.
Has a fire or flood damaged your property? Do you have a mold infestation or biohazard emergency? Call the emergency disaster cleanup experts at Soil-Away – 603-641-6555. Soil-Away has been serving the greater Hudson, NH area since 1990 and is family owned and operated. Here is a quick story of how we recently helped a Hudson homeowner recover from fire damage.
A home’s ductwork is a catch-all for dirt, dust and pet dander. This debris collects on the air ducts, recirculating through the house when the heat is turned on. These tiny particles in the air contribute to poor indoor air quality, causing symptoms that range from itchy eyes and a runny nose to more severe respiratory infections. Professional cleaning of the home’s ductwork can make a big difference, eliminating the majority of this dirt and dust from circulating through the air of the home.
An avid antique collector in Eliot, ME experienced a devastating fire that wiped out many belongings in her home. The fire crew acted quickly to extinguish the fire and salvage several of the collectibles, though they could not save them all. Devastated, the woman knew that many of the collectibles may never be the same, as several have been affected by the lingering smell of smoke. The homeowner sought a smoke odor removal service to extinguish the smell of smoke in her home, antiques, and furniture.
A Concord, New Hampshire resident came home to find that his house had undergone fire and smoke damage to much of the garage. While he was away on a business trip, his wife and children decided to host a fish- fry party for their friends and family. Little did they know, their day-time fun outing will turn into a disaster. While left unattended, the oil that was used in the fryer had begun to spill over and soon after the initial spark was lighted, the entire garage was burned to a crisp. It was inevitable that fire damage repairs were needed.
Fire – just the word itself makes your heart race and sends your body into panic mode. It’s a situation no one wants to have to endure. But fires can be unpredictable. They can occur at any moment. You leave the stove unattended; a spark from your barbecue pit lands on foliage; anything can happen. In an instant your world can be turned up-side-down with extensive property damage and the need for a fire damage restoration contractor to bring your Kittery, Maine property back to life.
Hurricane season, which runs from the first of June through the end of November, is well underway. In New England the peak season for hurricanes is during the month of September. From storm damage as a result of high winds to rising water levels and coastal surges, it isn’t unusual to experience property damage from hurricanes this time of year. Those living on the coasts are particularly vulnerable to damage from a hurricane. However, everyone should take some necessary precautions when one of these powerful storms is passing through.