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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Obstacles for Closter Offices During Fire Damage Restoration

3/23/2022 (Permalink)

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Certain Fire Damage Restoration Is Needed to Reopen a Closter Office After Disasters

Specific fire restoration and recovery actions are beneficial in getting an office up and running again after a fire. As devastating as these loss effects can be, we prioritize a few specific steps.

Improving Air Quality

Fire damage restoration in Closter office buildings cannot be done without addressing air quality. Circulating soot and smoke particles create a volatile environment for even experienced restoration professionals, so we use HEPA products to trap:

  • Ash
  • Smoke Solids
  • Contaminants
  • Carcinogenic Particles

Removing Water Damage

Fire suppression is greatly needed to put out the blaze, but it can leave damage of its own behind. Standing water and pooling can be significant obstacles for restoration after extinguishment. We have several extractors and drying tools to help regulate post-fire water damage effects.

Cleaning Contents and Equipment

The damage that could befall your equipment and contents in the office building after a fire could be substantial. Isolating the damaged area can help protect these contents by allowing a safe and clean storage portion of the property to take furniture and equipment out of harm's way. There are on-site cleaning solutions and pack-out procedures to help recover fire-damaged office items.

Overcoming Malodors

Among the final significant obstacles to getting production started again in the office after a fire is removing malodors from the structure. Combustion can generate harsh and offensive smells throughout the building, much of which can spread far beyond the fire-damaged area. We must address these concerns with deodorization products and equipment from our inventory to neutralize these threats.

There are several hurdles in the way of getting your doors back open and production rolling after the fire damage incident. With how traumatic fires can be to commercial structures and how quickly the effects can spread through open areas, our SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County team is ready to help 24/7 at (201) 244-0100. 

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