If you are the victim of a fire; if you incurred loss by fire and, as is often the case, also water damage at your home or business, here are some important things to do and not do: fire damage restoration, fire damage restoration
DO NOT enter the premises until the fire department or a qualified fire and water damage repair contractor advises you it is safe to do so. This is especially important to remember soon after the fire. It may look like it is extinguished, but maybe not. The fire could reignite or areas of residual gas buildup, like within damaged pipes, could ignite or even explode.
DO NOT wear any piece of clothing damaged by fire, smoke, water leaks or flooding. fire damage restoration
DO NOT eat or drink any consumable which was even near the fire, resulting soot or water damage.
DO be especially careful of roofing, ceilings and floors. Due to fire and water damage, weakened structures may collapse.
DO see that ALL utility lines are shutdown. A professional emergency fire and water damage contractor, if the fire department has not already done so, will disconnect all utility lines, like gas, water and electric, to eliminate risk of injury.
DO contact a qualified and licenses fire and water damage restoration and repair contractor, like Classic Restoration and Reconstruction. Here is just some of what a qualified Florida-based building contractor should do. That is:
What we can’t do but what you can and should do:
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