How Can I Clean Smoke Residue from My San Antonio Home?
San Antonio Homeowners Can Rely on SERVPRO to Clean Smoke Residue Without Further Damage
A small fire can erupt in your home at any time. A fireplace, a kitchen fire, or an electrical malfunction can all spark a flame and threaten your home. If you are lucky, the damage is not widespread, and your loved ones are safe, and material losses are minimal. However, even best-case scenarios leave an imprint of the fire on your walls and fixtures, which can be a challenge to restore.
For San Antonio homeowners, fire damage restoration should not be overwhelming. Our professional crew trains continuously to be ready to tackle jobs like yours. Our industry expertise confirms that you can trust our advice as we arrive at your home and develop a plan of action. Like you, we want to minimize the disruption to your daily life by being thorough and quick in restoring your property.
Should I use a cleaning solution to remove fire residue?
Cleaning solutions play an essential role in leaving your furniture in mint condition after a fire. However, there are different types and uses for cleaning solutions, and our SERVPRO team is aware of the proper application of each of them. As we prepare for different scenarios, we identify which cleaning solutions and techniques work well depending on:
- The scope of the damage including the path of the smoke and where soot settles
- The material the surface is made of, especially whether it is natural or humanmade
- The exposure time to flames and the ensuing extinguishing agents
As we gather the information, we match each surface and need with the appropriate cleaning solution and apply it based on EPA recommendations and guidelines. This meticulous approach protects your belongings from further damage caused by abrasive cleaners.
SERVPRO of Braun Station is part of your community, and we want to keep you safe. Call us at (210) 267-2159 regardless of the size of your emergency and let us develop a plan for you. Together, we can work to leave your home, "Like it never even happened."
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