Fire Damage

What is Fire Mitigation and Why is it Important?

If you live in a forest or wildland area, you face the real danger of wildfire. Wildfires destroy thousands of homes and devastate hundreds of thousands of acres of woodland every year. Protecting your home from wildfire is your responsibility. To reduce the risk, you’ll need to consider the fire resistance of your home, the topography of your property and the nature of the vegetation close by. Fire mitigation is a series of steps that you can take to reduce the risk of a wildfire consuming your property. It includes assessing the risks around your property, recognizing the wildfire dangers and your responsibility in mitigating them, thereby creating a defensible space. It involves how and where you store materials around your property, considering the health of your trees to determine the need for trimming or removal, as well as designating 3 zones of protection (0-30’, 30-100’, 100’+) in your defensible space. Through fire mitigation we want to make sure that everyone is aware of the dangers of wildfires—and how we can all work to keep our property and livelihood safe.


Fire Damage Restoration Services

Fire damage or smoke damage? We have qualified fire damage restoration contractors in your neighborhood. From kitchen fires to furnace puffbacks, they will clean smoke and soot damage and restore your property to its original condition. They even remove water from firefighting efforts and treat against mold.


Fire Damage Restoration

What Is Fire Damage Restoration?

Fire damage restoration removes acidic smoke and soot damage from your property, leaving it exactly as you remember it.

Tarp and Board-Up

Board up the windows and doors to seal and secure the property.

Water Extraction and Dry Out

We pump or vacuum standing water or sewage from the affected areas.

Smoke and Soot Removal

Remove smoke and soot stains from surfaces and materials.

Deodorize and Sanitize

Deodorize and disinfect the area to prevent odors and mold from developing.

Rebuild and Restoration

Rebuild the affected area to its original condition.


Common Causes of Fire Damage

  • Small Kitchen Fires
    • Candles
    • Smoking
    • Oil or Grease Fires
    • Electrical Fires
    • Lightning Strikes
    • Smokey Oven Fires
    • Malfunctioning or Improper Use of Space Heaters
    • Improper Fireplace Maintenance
    • Malfunctioning Electric Blankets
    • Creosote Buildup in Chimneys and Fireplaces
    • Fireworks
    • Turkey Fryer Fires
    • Christmas Tree Fires




 Call Now for Our Fire Damage Restoration Team

  • Licensed and Certified
  • Trained and Experienced
  • Free No-Obligation Estimate
  • 24-Hour Emergency Service
  • 60-Minute Response Time