Rebuilding a House After a Flood or Fire
Life after a house fire is difficult, but not impossible. It is important to have a Fire Remediation teams like the ones at Firewater, for a full home inspection after a fire. Your restoration company will then coordinate with the officials at your local Fire Department in order to start the work as soon as the house fire has been extinguished.
Once the fire and smoke damage restoration process has begun, your fire restoration technicians will board-up the walls and seal the roof and windows. The top priority should be to secure your belongings. They will work with teams of professionals to clean your clothes, carpets, and furniture. After they remove the mess and debris, they will work to remove any bad smells and odors from smoke damage in your house.
If you have home or renter’s insurance, you will be compensated and may be able to rebuild or repair your home at little to no cost to you. It is always important to have insurance coverage for your home; you may end up regretting it if you don’t. Firewater works closely with your insurance carrier to help coordinate your claim and help you get your property and life back together. You will want to check with your restoration company to see if they can do the same.
When rebuilding, consider installing fire prevention measures such as heat-activated sprinklers. These can help save you from a house fire in the future. These systems are highly efficient and will significantly reduce the damage to your home in the event of a fire.
Where Can I Get Help After a House Fire?
If you are wondering how to get help after a house fire, contact Firewater Damage Restoration. Follow the things to do after a house fire listed above, and call our 24/7 emergency line- 972-510-8182 -to help get your home back to normal. With decades of experience in fire and smoke damage restoration, we will quickly restore your property to its’ original condition…or better!