Where Should Business Owners Seek Commercial Fire Damage Restoration Services in Raleigh?
They Should Hire a Restoration Company Like SERVPRO to Carry Out Fire Damage Restoration
Fire is a great threat to commercial property because it can bring business to a halt. It is unrelenting and can ruin possessions and assets of incredible value. If a fire has inflicted your business, you can trust SERVPRO to help you recover.
Commercial fire damage restoration in Raleigh can be a complex process. If a fire has occurred in an office building, the property can sustain fire, smoke, and water damage. When we arrive at a fire-damaged property, we take our time to analyze the extent of the fire loss. We take a multi-step approach which factors in the severity and type of destruction a property has sustained. Our SERVPRO team quickly generates a customized solution to prevent further damage from taking place.
We can remove smoke, soot, smoke odors from salvageable items, repaint the walls, and rebuild structural components to get your office to its preloss state. When performing the cleanup, four essential elements are required to suspend residues to remove them. They include:
- Temperature – Heat raises the speed of chemical reactions in cleaning products. We choose the right temperature based on the material being cleaned and the cleaning solution.
- Agitation – Our SERVPRO restorers agitate surfaces using brushes, towels, water pressure, and air and sonic vibrations in an ultrasonic machine.
- Chemical action – Professional cleaning products work via several chemical reactions with surfaces and residues.
- Time – The amount of dwell time required for professional cleaning and deodorization products to work varies based on the type of residues and products.
Once the structure is clean, our crew can rebuild the ruined sections of the building to return it to its preloss condition.
When a fire occurs, call SERVPRO of South Cary / Apex at (919) 615-1160 for efficient and fast restoration to make the incident seem, “Like it never even happened.”