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Smoke and Soot Damage Restoration
help prevent further damage, help determine which items can or cannot
be refurbished, and provide estimates and services for thoroughly
cleaning and deodorizing your home or business.
The cost for restoration
is usually substantially less than the cost of replacing damaged
furnishings and structures.
Removing Soot from Household Textiles.
Soot is oily and easily stains carpets, draperies and other household
textiles. For this reason we remove it first and foremost.
Removing Smoke Odour from Textiles.
Smoke odour may remain in clothing, upholstered furniture, carpets and
draperies unless they are properly deodorized before cleaning.
It may be necessary to use an ozone generator to break up smoke molecules and eliminate odours.
Cleaning Furnishings and Clothing.
After deodorising, it's time to clean household textiles.
We take nonwashable clothing and draperies to a dry cleaning plant for traditional dry cleaning or a special cleaning process.
Wet carpets must be dried before cleaning.
In some cases, removal of carpet is necessary for complete drying and to save the wood floor beneath.
Cleaning Soot Stains from Walls and Ceilings.
We wash down walls and ceilings and in extreme cases chemical where
permanent staining has occurred, recommend repainting afterwards.
Removing Smoke Odour from the Home.
During a fire, smoke can permeate walls and other porous surfaces also
effecting Aircon ductwork, where it becomes trapped.
If not properly removed, smoke odour will remain, especially during warm or damp weather.
odour neutralising solutions by means of "misting."
This chemical mist penetrates your porous materials and walls just as the smoke did, neutralising the odour as it sets in.