Our Fire Damage Restoration Can Help You Get Your Life Back

BEFOREAFTERA fire in the home is a traumatizing experience for everyone in your family. The loss of personal possessions from fire, like family heirlooms or items with sentimental value, leaves many people feeling depressed or lost. Even worse, a fire in the home can leave you displaced, wondering if you will ever be able to re-establish a feeling of normalcy.

At JRCC, we understand that the value of your home and possessions goes far deeper than their monetary worth. Our highly trained Content Restoration Crew is fully capable of handling all fire restoration jobs, whether big or small.

Fire restoration jobs also frequently involve specialized cleaning of buildings and contents damaged by smoke and water, and the elimination of odors. The goal is to restore your home and possessions back to their pre-fire condition, so that you can get your life back into a groove as quickly as possible.

Fire Damage Restoration

How the Restoration Process Works after a Fire

Over the years, many of our customers have been surprised when a home, office, or item that seems hopelessly damaged by fire is completely restored to its original state, without a hint of fire damage or smoke odor.

For minor fire and smoke damage localized to a small area of the home, our fire restoration crews are often able to remove smoke odors and soot without displacing occupants. For these restoration jobs from fire, we provide ozone and thermal deodorization, upholstery cleaning, and more.

When a home or commercial building is burned by a fire so bad that occupancy is not possible, our fire damage restoration crews take a thorough inventory of all items in the home and carefully them so that they can moved to our state-of-the-art facility for cleaning. We treat all of your possessions with the utmost care while transporting them to our drying and ozone chambers for deodorization.

We then focus our fire restoration efforts on the home or commercial structure, ensuring that every part of the building gets the attention it needs so that you can move back in as quickly as possible. Our fire restoration services include:

  • 24 Hour Emergency Service
  • Emergency Board-ups
  • General Contracting
  • Rough & Finish Carpentry for Restoration
  • Roofing
  • Electrical Repair
  • Painting and Wall Covering Restoration
  • Carpet & Floor Replacement
  • Complete Contents Cleaning and Restoration
  • Smoke Odor Removal *

*Our smoke odor removal processes are guaranteed to remove smoke and mildew odors from your building materials and contents after a fire.

Contact Our Fire Damage Restoration Professionals Today

The restoration of your home or commercial building from fire damage is nothing you never anticipated, but it is something you can quickly recover from with help from our professional crew. If you have questions about fire damage, or have a building where restoration is necessary, give us a call at (888) 765-4138, or fill out our online form.

The goal of every restoration job where fire damage is involved is to restore your building and possessions back to their original state, so that you can get on with your life. At JRCC, our guaranteed smoke odor removal processes set our fire damage restoration experts apart.

Do's

 

Dont's

  • Clean and protect chrome trim on kitchen appliances with a light coating of Vaseline or other oil.
  • Blow off or brush-vacuum loose smoke particles from upholstery, drapery and carpet.
  • Open windows for ventilation. Change furnace filters if blower is operating.
  • Completely empty freezer and refrigerator if electricity is off.
  • Prop doors open with a rolled towel or newspaper.
  • Clean and protect smoked bathroom faucets, tub fittings and towel bars with a light coating of oil.
  • Pour antifreeze in toilet bowls, sinks, and tubs to prevent freezing if heat is off in the winter.
  • Wash plants with water on both sides of leaves. (water softener helps)
  • Call plumber to drain heating system if heat is off in the winter.
  • Remove pets (especially birds) to clean environments.
  • Identify the source of the incoming water and, if possible, stop it or call a professional to handle it.
  • Turn off all electrical appliances in and around the affected area to reduce electrical hazards.
  • Remove or elevate furniture off wet areas to prevent permanent.
  • Empty out closet floors including shoes and cardboard boxes which could cause staining.
 
  • Never wipe or attempt to wash walls, ceilings or other absorbent surfaces.
  • Never use upholstered furniture (if it can be avoided).
  • Never use exposed food items or canned goods, which have been subjected to excessive heat.
  • Never use televisions, stereos or electrical appliances until cleaned and checked.
  • Never send smoked garments to an ordinary dry cleaner. Improper cleaning may set smoke and odor.
  • Never turn on ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet. Stay away from sagging ceilings.
  • Never rip up the carpet and pad. This could cause permanent damage to the materials.
  • Never leave books, newspapers and other paper materials on wet carpets and floors.
  • Never attempt to dry carpeting with an electric heater. It will only dry the surface and will not dry the padding.
  • Never turn the heat above 68 degrees, as this will cause mildew to become active.