Once the fire has been put out, and the fire investigation has been completed, it’s time to begin the smoke and soot damage cleaning. Also, keep in mind, how important smoke odor is properly neutralized. Of course, this means finding the right company to help. Without a doubt, our Smoke Odor removal company has the technicians to do the job!
Trust the Smoke and Soot Restoration Experts
In the event of a house fire, professional clean-up from top to bottom is a must. Thankfully, at Complete Detail, we have experience and the know-how to get your home clean after a fire. In addition to ceilings and walls, we’ll also clean and deodorize woodwork. Furthermore, things like closets, attics, cabinets and drawers can trap smoke odor. Therefore, our dedicated crew will thoroughly clean and deodorized your entire home.
The Complete Detail Cleaning & Restoration Difference
- Licensed & Insured
- 24/7 Emergency Availability
- Family Owned & Operated
- IICRC Certified & Insured
- We Work with Insurance
- Commercial & Residential Cleaning
Is Smoke and Soot Damage Cleaning Covered By Insurance?
More than likely, your homeowners insurance will cover smoke and soot restoration. A typical insurance policy will also pay to replace or repair anything damaged by flames, smoke, soot, or ash. However, be sure to photograph and document all damages and losses along the way. Since soot can spread quickly, and cover almost everything, it’s important to get it cleaned up. Additionally, soot left around the home is quite hazardous to breathe in and to your overall health.
Why Smoke and Soot Damage Cleaning Must be Performed Quickly
- Smoke-related smells remain indoors for a long time and will cause further issues if not promptly addressed
- Smoke and ash that is not removed quickly will cause corrosion and damage to anything they have been allowed to settle on
- Walls, furniture and other surfaces become permanently discolored in a matter of minutes
- Kitchen appliance finishes will also discolor within hours
- Smoke will permanently etch into glass and tarnish metal surfaces quickly
How Much Does Smoke/Soot Damage Cleaning Cost
The cost will all depend on the extent of fire damage. Just cleaning up the smoke and soot after a fire will cost an average of $1,800 to $6,400. When it comes to the restoration of an entire home, the cost will be around $100,000. Although, most property owners pay between $3,200 and $25,000. Further, the national average price for fire damage cleanup is $12,000.
To be sure, Complete Detail recognizes how traumatic a fire can be for you and your family. Let us take care of you every step of the way. Call us today for any questions or concerns at (937) 507-2927 or visit our Contact Us web page to make an appointment.