I Have Minor Fire Damage In My Cleburne Bathroom – Who Should I Call?
SERVPRO Assists Cleburne Homeowners with Fire Damage--Big or Small!
Many people might think a small fire that only left smoke damage on the sink and wall would not be worth calling a professional. But our technicians mitigate just as many minor fire cleanups in Cleburne as they do more serious ones. Everyone wants their home back to normal and looking, “Like it never even happened.”
Should I Hire a Professional For a Small Job
Any property owner deserves professional fire restoration for their Cleburne home. At SERVPRO, we put just as much effort into smaller jobs as we do large commercial jobs. When you hire us, you know you are hiring qualified professionals. There is no need to attempt to do the cleanup yourself. Often when homeowners try to take care of fire damage with DIY techniques, they end up calling in the pros. The situation can get worse if not done correctly. We also have industrial equipment and cleaning products.
How Do You Remove Smoke Odors and Soot?
A candle was lit in this bathroom. Then the match was tossed into the garbage can, and some paper caught fire. In this situation, the only things majorly affected with moderate smoke residue were a painted wall and sink. The minor stains on the sink came from the candle being knocked over in the excitement. The smoke odor was heavy in the bathroom and had spread throughout some of the house. The technicians used the following procedures to restore the home:
- Lubricate cleaning products designed to lift the smoke film off the sink and walls.
- Sealant paint to help with the smell, if needed
- Hydroxyl generators to remove the foul smells.
- Room freshening time-released scents
We understand that even if the damage is minor, it still is disruptive for you. Our technicians are available at any hour to provide fire restoration, no matter how minor it seems. Contact SERVPRO of Crowley & South Johnson County at (817) 7297 - 8588 for quality fire restoration service. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.