Fire Damage Restoration in Melbourne, Florida
Fire damage can be extensive and place permanent stains on a home or business. Whether you’re dealing with a minor event or a major one, the damage can still cause lingering effects that may deem an area uninhabitable. Smoke damage can be particularly troublesome as it can embed itself into porous materials and cause further deterioration as well as lingering scents that stick around far after the event has been stopped. Our technicians in Melbourne, Florida are able to assist with every step of the fire damage restoration process.
Whether you need services to rid your property of smoke damage or are seeking extensive reconstruction, our technicians can assist. Our office in Melbourne, Florida is open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We understand the stress that can be caused by any level of fire damaging event. You can’t sleep, especially if your property is exposed to the elements or at risk of further damage, so we’re here for you whenever you need us.
Our schedules are flexible to fit around your needs, if you need us there now, we can be there and start setting up within the hour. Once we’ve agreed upon timing, our technicians in Melbourne, Florida will be there to assist you. The first step to our fire damage restoration process in Melbourne, Florida begins with an assessment and inspection of your property. Once we complete that, our technician will provide you with a comprehensive report and plan of action.
Upon agreeing on our terms, our technicians in Melbourne, Florida will begin with emergency repairs. This can include tarping an exposed area or boarding up broken windows. Once we ensure your property is safe against exposure from outside elements, we start with removing any excess water and drying the room. From there our technicians in Melbourne, Florida will clean up soot and smoke damage. Once accomplished, we begin cleaning and sanitizing affected areas to erase lingering scents. After everything is cleaned we can begin repairing, restoring, or replacing damaged items.