Smoke Damage & Soot

Residential Smoke Damage & Soot Company

Even once a fire has been destroyed, damage to your home and belongings continues. That’s why it’s thus necessary to stop more harm by calling in a skilled that is aware of the correct way to handle soot, smoke and odor.

The residue left behind once a fire may be a biohazard and might cause health issues if it's not taken care of properly and completely. At 141 Restorations, the smoke damage Soot Company first assesses the damage in order to determine the pricing for the fire restoration. We'll provide with an estimate for the cleaning and restoration process, once the scope of damage is determined.

How more than just fire will harm your home

  • In just a couple of minutes, smoke can discolour the walls.
  • Within a couple of hours, finishes on room appliances will discolour.
  • Smoke causes etching in glass after simply a short time.
  • Smoke can discolour metal quickly.
  • Ash and smoke will still causes harm and corrosion to materials left behind.

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.

To ensure superior removal of soot, smoke and odor harm, we:

  • Clean the ash residue that builds up on surfaces before it spreads
  • Neutralize the odour to stay them from returning
  • Remove the distressful reminders of soot, odor and stains from at-risk things like brass, aluminium, chrome, marble, tile, porcelain, as well as fabrics, upholstery & carpets
  • Deodorize the carpets & curtains before they’re clean
  • Use special chemicals that break up the molecules within the smoke to induce eliminate the odors before dry cleaning your clothing

How to help prevent puff backs

Although there’s no guaranteed way to prevent a puff back, annual examination and maintenance of your oil burner or furnace will greatly cut back your risk. Thus make sure to have your oil burner and furnace system clean frequently.

Quick tips: What you must or shouldn’t do once a fire to reduce odors & soot

  • If the temperature is above sixty degrees, air out the house to reduce smoke odor.
  • If it uses forced hot air, change the air cleaner on the furnace.
  • Do not touch something along with your bare hands.
  • Washing of the walls is not recommended. Incorrect clean-up might compound the soot residue.

Warning: Don’t try to clean up your home after a fire or you could cause more harm.

Call us at our toll-free number +1(877)264-0340.