Smoke Damage & Soot

Commercial Smoke Damage & Soot Removal Services

Even after a fire has been extinguished, damage to your home and belongings continues. It’s important to prevent further damage by calling in a professional who knows the right way to deal with soot, smoke and odor.

Step one: Call your insurance company and the pros at 141 Restorations.

How More Than Just Fire Can Damages Your Home

  • In just a few minutes, smoke can discolor the walls.
  • Within a few hours, finishes on kitchen appliances can discolor.

How to Ensure Removal Of Soot, Smoke And Odor Damage;

  • Clean leftover ash that builds up on the surfaces of equipments before it spreads
  • Nulify the odors
  • Remove the troublemakers of soot, odor and stains from items such as brass, aluminum, chrome, marble, tile, porcelain, as well as fabrics, upholstery & carpets
  • Disinfect the carpets & curtains before they are cleaned Use special chemicals that break up the molecules in the smoke to get rid of the odors before dry cleaning your clothing

We are the most reliable and handy as compare to most of the professional plumber services in the US. We ratify the fact that you might already have some plumbing issues.

How To Help Prevent Puffbacks

Although there is no guaranteed way to prevent a puffback, but annual inspection and maintenance of your oil burner or furnace can greatly reduce your risk of a future fire. Always, be sure to have your oil burner and furnace system cleaned regularly.

Quick Tips: What You Should Or Shouldn’t Do After A Fire To Reduce Odors & Soot

  • If it uses forced hot air, change the air filter on the furnace.
  • Do not wash walls. Incorrect way of cleaning may compound the soot residue.

Warning: Do not try to clean up your home after a fire or you may end up causing more damage.