Keep SERVPRO of Ames on Emergency Fire Contact List
As temperatures drop and fireplaces and furnaces kick in, so do the risks of fires. Winter is the most common time for home fires, according to the Red Cross.
Though it’s not enjoyable to plan for a house fire, it is important to think ahead. Not only should you create a fire escape plan to share with your family, but you should also make a decision in advance about what restoration company to use so you can be ready if the time comes.
Choose SERVPRO of Ames for Fire Restoration
The staff of SERVPRO of Ames has many years of combined experience and certified training to help restore your home and all your salvageable contents to their pre-fire condition. We do this by following three methods of deep-cleaning.
After a fire, the structural elements of your home will likely need to be cleaned, including carpets, walls and subfloors. Our trained technicians will first perform a test to establish the extent of the damage. This helps us choose the best equipment and cleaning techniques to handle your surfaces. In some cases, we can remove mild soot buildup straight from the walls, while in other cases, we may have to completely repaint after cleaning and prepping your walls.
Your belongings are just as important as your home itself—that’s why we make sure we carefully and properly clean all the contents inside your house, too. Curtains, rugs and furniture can be cleaned and deodorized using either wet or dry cleaning processes. We can often also restore other damaged items such as clothing, books and more.
Fire can leave behind persistent smoke odors, but it can also leave behind hazardous soot particles that may lead to health issues. Instead of using artificial fragrances to mask the odors, we go to the source of the odors and remove them with air scrubbers and other odor-eliminating equipment. With a variety of deodorization methods available, we work with you to choose what’s best for your situation.
Trust SERVPRO of Ames after a fire to help restore your home in Gilbert, Colo, Cambridge, Nevada or anywhere in Boone or Story County. Keep us on your list of emergency contacts at 515-233-4544. You can call us any time, day or night!