One of the most frightening and traumatizing experiences one could face is a fire disaster. The ferocity of a fire can be overwhelming. We understand how families and communities feel seeing their prized possessions along with their homes destroyed, forcing them to seek shelter in uncomfortable places. Fire disasters can also throw businesses off-balance, leave them struggling financially and unable to carry on with business. But a prompt, effective and efficient fire damage restoration can mitigate the emotional and financial struggles families, communities, and businesses go through.
Statistics from the National Fire Protection Association shows that every 65 seconds, a structure fire is reported. Once the alarms go off, fire departments respond swiftly to contain the fire. When they're done, our catastrophe team of highly trained, experienced, and IICRC certified technicians are always prepared to provide swift fire damage restoration.
Our comprehensive fire damage restoration process involves damage mitigation, smoke clean-up and water damage restoration. In addition, we work closely with insurance company throughout the fire damage recovery process.
Fire Damage Restoration Process
The process of restoring your property after a fire may vary depending on the amount of time passed since the fire, type of property, and severity of damage to the property. However, we have a standard process we follow:
We are ready to assist you and to work with your insurance company to ensure a speedy restoration. Our fire damage response teams have helped countless families, communities, and businesses bounce back to normal life within a short period after their disaster.
When disaster strikes, you deserve a fast response.
After a fire, you need a professional and experienced team to handle your personal belongings. You need Capital Property Restoration.
The water used to extinguish a fire can cause damage to your property and belongings. Fire hoses, can be harsh with the amount of water and pressure they provide. Because of this, they cause more damage to your already fire stricken property.