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   Major fires are not a very common occurrence in the lives of individuals, so when they do happen, it is possible those involved have little knowledge about fire damage or the restoration process. The damage does not stop spreading when the fire is extinguished as soot and chemical emissions from burnt synthetic materials will continue to cause tarnishing and etching that will become permanent without proper restoration

   Your priority during a fire is getting yourself and your family out of the structure. Once you are safe and have contacted emergency services to get help, you can start thinking about your next steps. How far did the fire spread? What sort of damage did your home or property sustain? How will you go about restoring your property back to what it once was? Many people fail to think about fire damage restoration until they are dealing with the aftermath of a fire. You undoubtedly have lots of questions, and the professionals at United Water Restoration Group are here to help.


   Even though every fire restoration project is different, there are a few stages that will assist you return your property to its pre-fire state. 

  • Emergency Pre-Cleaning: When our professionals go to your house, they'll seal the windows and doors as necessary to ensure the building is secure. To stop further harm from occurring, they may occasionally erect temporary walls or roofing. Their efforts will be directed toward minimizing soot and water damage once the building is safe.

  • Restoration of Contents: After the building is safe, we will evaluate the damage to your home's or office's contents. We'll distinguish between goods that have been exposed to soot, smoke, or water and those that haven't been impacted by the fire. Each item that is damaged will be photographed, dried, cleaned, and deodorized. 

  • Restoration from Water Damage: Water is a crucial component of putting out a fire, but it is also extremely corrosive. Free-flowing water has the potential to seriously harm both the structure and its contents. Our professionals use a method that entails thorough water removal and intense drying efforts.

  • Elimination of odors: Airborne smoke and soot will enter a building through even the smallest crevices. Before the final work can start, these contaminants must be located along their whole journey and completely cleansed and deodorized. Every fire restoration project requires qualified Provive experts who can identify and get rid of scents.








Quick action is essential when addressing fire damage. The nature and temperature of the fire largely affect the difficulty of the cleanup. After the flames have been put out, it's critical to minimize smoke and water damage. Because of their strong acidity, smoke and soot may dissolve almost any substance, including metal, glass, plastic, vinyl, and cloth. Smoke leaves behind its characteristic smell in even the smallest cracks and crevices because it is invisible and small enough to do so. If handled improperly, soot can also result in long-lasting harm to one's health and property. The majority of items may be repaired after a fire, however the longer smoke can remain on objects and surfaces, the more damage is done the more difficult it may be to get rid of. Mold can establish new growth in as little as three days, but smoke damage can take hours or days to show consequences. If ignored, smoke and mold can both pose health problems and damage building materials.






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