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Fire Smoke Cleaning Auckland

Following fire damage in a property, the priority is fire smoke cleaning. Returning the affected premises to the pre-incident condition. Indeed, this minimizes further damage with minimum disruption.

Seeing your properties consumed by fire is one of the most severe losses that anyone can experience. After such devastation, reassurance comes from having guidance and support in salvaging. Precisely as much as possible from fire and smoke damage. Thus, it’s time for fire smoke cleaning!

fire smoke cleaningAuckland Fire Damage Restoration Cleaning. After putting up a fire with water, additional cleaning is required. Especially on walls covered in wet smoke stains which could develop mould and mildew.

As used by Auckland’s major  insurance companies:

Steam ‘n’ Dry Carpet Auckland fire cleanup services have over 34 years of experience in Fire Damage Restoration. We have a wealth of technical expertise and knowledge. Indeed, used by many of Auckland’s major insurance companies.  A fire damage professional is essential after an incident at home. In order to return the property to its pre-incident condition, promptly, and cost-effectively.

COMMON TYPES OF FIRES

Protein Fire: Food from the oven or stove has burned. As well as burnt food odours and smoke residue on contents and surfaces.

Complex Fire: Various natural and synthetic items have burned, causing black smoke residue. Also, synthetic smoke odours. Emergency mitigation is needed to protect at-risk surfaces.

Natural Fire: Trees, shrubs, and bushes have burned. The smoke has embedded the structure from outside. Certainly, smoke residue and odour are present.

Furnace Malfunction: In fact, heating appliances like oil furnaces caused smoke to spread throughout the property.

DON’T TRY TO DO IT YOURSELF! | Fire Smoke Cleaning

If it is not taken care of, the residue left behind is a biohazard and health risk. You do not want to attempt to clean up your home on your own because you may cause more damage. Only experts with the right training and tools can ensure that the job is done right.

QUICK TIPS FOR WHEN YOU’RE IN THE MIDDLE OF A LOSS

  • If the temperature is above 20C degrees, you must air out the house to reduce smoke odour.
  • Clean laminate surfaces like chrome, porcelain, and aluminium fixtures. Of course, to prevent permanent etching.
  • Change the air filter on your furnace if it uses forced hot air.
  • Tape damp cheesecloth over returns and supply registers to capture loose soot in the air.
  • Of course, discard any open food packages.
  • If the electricity is off, clean out the refrigerator and leave doors propped open.
  • Besides, it sends clothing with massive smoke damage to a qualified restoration dry cleaner.

WHAT’S NOT TO DO IN FIRE SMOKE CLEANING

  • Please do not touch anything with your bare hands. Oil from your hands can permeate upholstery, walls, and woodwork, causing more damage.
  • Don’t wash the walls. Incorrect cleaning could compound the soot residue.
  • Never attempt to clean carpets or upholstered furniture.
  • Also, never use electrical appliances unless they have been checked.
  • Do not use ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet.

Steam ‘n’ Dry Carpet Auckland is your top source for disaster recovery. As well as cleanup services. Steam ‘n’ Dry Carpet Auckland flood services offer water, fire, and smoke damage restoration. Likewise, mould and mildew remediation, and disaster cleanup services for residential, commercial, and industrial customers. For help, call Steam ‘n’ Dry Auckland Carpet Cleaners. Over three decades located in West Auckland, East, South Auckland North Shore, and Hibiscus Coast.

Auckland Central   09 3767007

North Shore           09 489 7784

West Auckland      09 8374545

East Auckland       09 520 0062

South Auckland     09 262 0720

Hibiscus Coast      09 426 5008

 

Last Updated: 30 Jan 2021