Fires are unexpected yet common disasters that affect homes and businesses throughout the United States. Every 24 seconds, a fire department in the United States responds to a fire somewhere in the nation. When a fire affects your property, you’ll want to rely on a trusted fire restoration company to repair the structural damages, remove any smoke, soot and odors, remediate the water damages caused from extinguishing the fire, and avoid any health concerns that can arise. With decades’ worth of experience across the U.S. helping homeowners and business owners rebuild and restore after a fire, Synergy Claims USA is ready to help you. We will assume the burdens of cleaning and restoration to relieve some of your stress during such a trying time. As industry professionals, we use the highest rated technology the industry provides and have access to the finest resources and training to help provide comprehensive fire and water restoration services for your property. Call us today to learn more.
If you fall victim to a fire at your residential or commercial property, you should make two phone calls following contact with your fire department or 911. After you ensure your safety and that of your building’s occupants by evacuating the premises and leaving the fire extinguishing efforts to first responders, you should contact your insurance provider. Most insurance companies demand property owners report any losses and damages as soon as possible. By alerting your provider early, you protect yourself throughout the claims process. Your next call should be to a trusted fire damage restoration company, like Synergy Claims USA. We have fire damage restoration experts stationed throughout the country who are ready to assist at a moment’s notice. Within two hours of your call, we will be onsite to begin assessing all damages and to prepare an estimate and a scope of work . Following your approval of our services, our team will begin their process..
While you may want to begin cleaning and restoring normalcy to your place as soon as the last flame is extinguished, certain efforts may be counterproductive to fire damage restoration. It may still be unsafe to enter your home or office immediately following a fire, and lingering smoke can cause significant health problems if you are not careful. Avoid the following actions immediately after a fire:
● Wiping or washing surfaces – Leave this to the restoration professionals. Though you may want to clean walls, floors, and counters, touching these areas without the proper gear can be harmful. Additionally, smoldering ashes can spread and make fire cleanup efforts more difficult.
● Eating foods exposed to fire and smoke – Any consumables, including canned goods and beverages, remaining after fire damage should be discarded.
● Using appliances – Televisions, refrigerators, air conditioners, and more should be professionally inspected after being exposed to fire, heat, or water.
● Cleaning your clothes – Synergy Claims USA can assist with specialized cleaning efforts for your clothing. Conventional methods may cause stains and odors to set.
Fire and water restoration services are complex, but Synergy Claims USA has the training and Experience and Network to handle any size project anywhere in the United States. Following a fire, there are several factors we must consider. Each fire event is different, but our goal is to minimize any further damage to your building or belongings. The quicker we can quell the damage, the quicker we can begin returning your home or office to a safe, comfortable environment. Our fire restoration services include:
● Smoke Removal
● Odor Removal
● Structural Cleaning and Repair
● Contents Restoration
● Water Damage Remediation
Synergy Claims USA is a certified fire damage restoration company that uses cutting-edge processes and equipment to ensure a complete, systematic approach to fire cleanup. As we restore your home or office, our team documents the entire fire and smoke damage restoration process to provide full transparency to our customers and their insurance providers.