Farmington Hills MI Smoke Damage Cleanup Services
Experiencing a fire in your home is a traumatic event. Our Farmington Hills Smoke Cleanup, Fire damage restoration services will help you remove smoke, soot and odor from your property correctly. When the fire is out, timing is critical. Fire damage repairs must begin quickly to maximize effectiveness. We answer the call and immediately move into action 24/7. About Us >
We Offer A Free Consultation And Site Inspection – We Can Be On-Site In 30 Minutes Or Less To Evaluate The Damages!
Our Farmington Hills, MI Fire & Smoke Damage Cleanup Restoration Process
Depending on the origin and size of the fire, the smoke cleaning and fire restoration process could take considerable time and resources. We are available 24 hours and seven days a week to quickly and efficiently respond to your fire damage loss. Our priority is to restore you property back to a pre-loss condition or better and help get your life back to normal. As part of the fire damage restoration process, we have a company to handle the delicate tasks of removing ash from all of your electronics, appliances, books, artwork and important documents.
The process of fire an smoke cleanup restoration can be very involved. One aspect that gives peace of mind is knowing when the right professional has been hired. The professional restoration experts at Select Restoration hold all certifications and licenses required by state and federal agencies to perform Fire & Smoke Cleanup here in Farmington Hills MI. Call Now 1-844-363-7436
SELECT RESTORATION Offers Free Consultations and full-service solutions for restoring your property to pre-loss conditions or better after sustaining any smoke damage disaster. SELECT RESTORATION has the training, equipment and leadership you need to fully restore your property with minimal disruption to you, your family or your business GUARANTEED!
Cleaning Smoke Damage – Dry Ice Blasting Cleaning, Thermal Fogging
Thermal fogging is an effective smoke odor removal procedure because it recreates the fire related properties of heat and pressurization. Porous material pick up thermally activated deodorant droplets in the same manner in which they picked up the smoke odors, closely duplicating what occurs during a fire.
Dry ice-blasting is a form of carbon dioxide cleaning, where dry ice pellets, the solid form of carbon dioxide, is accelerated in a pressurized air stream and directed at a surface in order to clean it. An alternative media for non-abrasive blasting is water-ice, known as ice blasting. The method is similar to other forms of abrasive blasting such as sand blasting, plastic bead blasting, or sodablasting but substitutes dry ice as the blasting medium. Dry-ice blasting leaves no chemical residue as dry ice sublimates at room temperature.