After Smoke Damage, Homeowners Need Help to Remove The Odor 4


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Where there is fire, there is smoke. Anyone who has experienced a building fire knows that this is a true statement. Every year, smoke inhalation kills many people in building fires. Even if individuals escape, the lingering odor of smoke can cause emotional trauma  in the most valiant people.

 

Smoke is comprised of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and small particles called soot. Soot is a major reason why odor lingers in a building. Odor removal does not happen by itself! These small particles affect and end up on every surface within the building. It is important to remove soot from your building immediately after a smoke loss occurs. If tackled immediately, the odor removal will happen quickly and the expense will be significantly reduced. First Choice Restoration has IICRC trained smoke removal professionals that will cleanup your building and your personal property with the proper equipment and odor neutralizing products.

 

In order to save money, many homeowners attempt to eliminate the odor without professional help and realize that the job is difficult. Homeowners do not have to worry about the cost of using the professionals at First Choice Restoration. We accept insurance payments from all insurance companies. We will help you process your insurance claim. You will never pay any out-of-pocket expenses when you retain First Choice Restoration.

 

 

Smoke can permanently damage many building materials such as carpet, fiberglass, wallpaper, wood, and vinyl. If smoke or fire has permanently damaged your building; we are also a licensed contracting firm that can handle any rebuild job large or small. Let First Choice Restoration, be your first choice in smoke damage cleanup. Please give us a call at 1-800-370-0770.


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