fire damage

How thermal fogging by Paul Davis neutralizes smoke odours

After even the most thorough post-fire cleaning, there can still be lingering smoke odours unless a technique called thermal fogging is used.   Thermal fogging is a process where a deodorizer is heated and sprayed in a fog form. Because it’s in a fog form, the mixture is able to permeate even[...]

Trust Your Instincts When Selecting A Restoration Company

Denial, shock, anger, anxiety, sadness, fear – a range of strong emotions surge through people as they survey ruined property following a disaster. They all share one particular need: to repair the damage now and return their lives to normal as fast as possible. But how to fix it and who will[...]

Step Up With New Home Security Solutions

The end of summer usually means one thing—last-minute summer vacations.  The kids will be in school soon. The weather is definitely warmer and you deserve a few days away.  Only one person is just as excited about your trip as you are…a criminal.   Peace Of Mind   You could always go[...]

After a Commercial Fire: Smoke, Soot and Water Issues Unite

When shocked owners and employees survey the sodden mess after a fire guts their workplace, it’s tempting to immediately don paper masks, sturdy shoes and coveralls to rescue important items. Tempting, but ill-advised: the soot, water and char that have spread throughout the fire scene and across[...]

Why Hire IICRC Certified Specialists?

Whether you’re tackling a large home improvement project or repairing damage to your property following a disaster, hiring a certified restoration professional is an important consideration in ensuring efficient, knowledgeable assessment and remediation. The following covers key information[...]