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Fires are overwhelming – leaving your home unsafe for yourself and your family, and can cause harmful structural damage – including ash and soot residue, and even water damage. Certified Restoration is proud to be one of San Diego’s most experienced fire damage repair and restoration companies. Our professionals have specialized training in fire damage restoration and cleanup to restore your home. We are available 24/7 with a team ready to work quickly and effectively to minimize damage and begin restoration immediately to your home.
Once the immediate fire has passed and emergency personnel have left your property, it may seem all danger is gone and that it is safe to enter your home. Before re-entry to your property, a fire marshal must confirm that the property is safe. Handling electrical wiring, and cleaning ash and soot residue are harmful to your health and safety. Consult a local professional restoration company to clean affected areas. Remaining fire damage may cause corrosion and foul odors if not handled by a fire restoration expert.
Certified Restoration’s fire damage restoration specialists will first arrive at your home and perform a thorough inspection of all your damaged property – looking for foul odors, ash and other traces left after a fire. Next, we will remove soot from carpets, walls, furniture, and other damaged items, while thoroughly deodorizing the property. We then determine which items can be restored rather than replaced -minimizing costs. Certified Restoration works with your insurance directly to make the fire restoration process as low-stress as possible.
When fire strikes, the destruction from fire damage can be overwhelming. Since fire damage restoration can also include repairs and cleanup due to water damage. Reduce the extent of harm in the wake of a fire by calling Certified Restoration as soon as possible.
Remove soot from carpets, walls, furniture, and other damaged items.
Thoroughly deodorize the property.
Determine which items can be restored rather than replaced, so costs are minimized.
Make repairs as needed.