Smoke Damage Remediation
Smoke Damage Restoration Services in South Florida
Fire causes irreversible harm to building structures. Even a small fire that has been put out quickly can cause significant smoke damage. Smoke can penetrate through the small crevices of walls and cause smoke odor. The smell lingers around for months.
Is the Smell of Smoke Harmful?
Yes. Smoke consists of fine particles that get embedded in the walls, carpets, curtains, etc. The smell affects the indoor air quality. It can cause serious health hazards such as chemical irritation and asphyxiation.
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How to Control Smoke Smell After a Fire
#Tip 1: Hire a Good Smoke Damage Remediation Service
#Tip 2: Repaint the Walls
Walls absorb the smell of smoke. Start by cleaning the fire damaged walls using chemical compounds that can neutralize odors. Then, use a good primer to seal the odor and finally repaint the walls.
#Tip 3: Deal with the Fabric Items
Most often, homes lose most of their fabric items in a fire. If you have been able to save them, clean them thoroughly and move them into another building. It would help if you placed duvets, blankets, clothes, and towels away from the affected property until the smoke smell leaves the building entirely. Hire a Miami smoke remediation services company that can offer dry cleaning services for all your clothes and textile products.
#Tip 4: Check Your Upholstery and Carpet
Carpets and upholstery are the most difficult things to clean. Yet, they are highly susceptible to lodge the fine particles of smoke. Steam cleaning is an excellent option to handle these smoke-damaged items. Check with your smoke damage restoration services for these services too.
#Tip 5: Keep the Place Ventilated
The affected area must be well-ventilated by allowing fresh air to pass through it. Keep windows and doors open. Position fans strategically (facing doorways or in the corners of rooms) to guide the smoke odor out of the rooms.
#Tip 6: Check the HVAC System
- First. change the air filters in your HVAC system.
- Get the HVAC system inspected for damage.
- Use an air duct cleaning service to ensure no smoke particles are trapped, and the indoor air quality is good.
#Tip 7: Solid Surfaces Must Be Cleaned
Finally, ensure that all solid surfaces, including uncarpeted walls, ceiling, furniture, doors, shelves, and cupboards, are cleaned. Using all-natural cleaning products that are tough enough to fight the stains and odor is a great idea.
Where to Get Help After a House Fire?
Smoke can cause severe damage to your property and health. The longer you take to treat smoke and odor, the greater the damage. The best thing to do to mitigate the impact of smoke is to reach out to trusted professionals
All Pro Restoration Services, a highly skilled and certified team of restoration professionals for fire restoration, water damage and mold mitigation, is standing by and ready to help. We provide 24-hour emergency services and guarantee 100% satisfaction. Call (305) 469-6441 or contact us online.