Fire & Smoke Restoration
When it comes to dealing with fire damage to your home or business, there’s no such thing as a “small” fire. The aftermath of any fire is a big deal. The smoke, heat, soot, odor, extinguisher powder, and water from a fire will not only affect the known structure and contents of your home or business, but will reach areas not normally visible to an untrained eye. BIO-Hazard Cleaning’s Fire Damage Restoration team is always ready to address and mitigate any fire related damage quickly and expertly.
Post-Fire Smoke & Water Damage
The fire may be out but the remaining problems caused by smoke, odor, and water damage are not. Often, the smoke, heat, and soot damage along with the water used to extinguish the fire causes the most damage. Smoke, soot, odor, and other particulates from the fire cling to everything in sight, penetrating walls, crawl spaces, attics, duct work, and flooring, leaving behind a much larger issue than the source of the fire. To minimize secondary effects of fire and water damage, professional restoration services are critical.
24/7 Emergency Response & Board-Up Services
Employing the latest fire restoration technologies and techniques, we’re able to mitigate the fire and water damage to the structure; inventory, pack out, deodorize and restore your contents, and even provide complete construction services. Plus, our unwavering commitment to satisfaction, assistance with the insurance claims process, and unmatched industry standards guarantee you’ll get the assistance you need, the moment you need it.
You can’t plan for the unexpected, but you can depend on our trusted team of fire damage restoration professionals to be ready to tackle any job, 24-hours a day, seven days a week. For emergency response services throughout Texas, call our 24/7 emergency response service.
BIO-Hazard Cleaning has the certified deodorization experience, equipment, and solutions necessary to eliminate the source of all foul odors. Our team carefully evaluates what was burned and investigates the source of the odor, working quickly to remedy the problem through the use of trained deodorization techniques.