STEP 1: BOARD UP AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
During a fire, firefighters may break windows and cut holes in the roof and walls to provide ventilation, slowing the fire’s growth. After they extinguish the fire, we extract standing water and board up any holes to the exterior, and even provide temporary fencing, if needed, to protect your home and belongings from the elements.
STEP 3: SOOT AND SMOKE REMOVAL AND DEODORIZATION
Not only do soot and smoke contain chemicals harmful to your health, but they can permeate carpets, drapes, and other textiles within your home. We eliminate the odor along with the potential risk with immediate cleaning, using professional tools and equipment. We use industry approved techniques to break up smoke molecules, eliminating odors and dangerous chemicals from every type of fabric.
STEP 5: PERSONAL PROPERTY CLEANING
Dayspring Restoration has facilities dedicated to disinfecting and eliminating hazardous smoke residue and soot from your home and belongings. From framed family photos to your child’s favorite stuffed animal, we understand that every single item in your home contains a memory.
STEP 2: DAMAGE ASSESSMENT
One of our experienced estimators evaluates the fire damage to your home or business. Depending on the type and severity of the fire, they will estimate the amount and type of work needed to restore your property and personal possessions to their original condition.
STEP 4: STRUCTURAL DRYING AND CLEANING
If water was used to suppress the fire, Dayspring Restoration will need to extract the water from each effected area. We then use industrial air movers to accelerate evaporation and dehumidifiers to pull moisture from the air—the fastest drying process possible. Once your home is dry, we clean any surfaces affected by smoke residue and moisture using EPA registered antimicrobial disinfectants for the safest sterilization. Your health and safety is our highest priority.
STEP 6: RECONSTRUCTION
Once we finish cleaning, decontamination, and other mitigation processes, our in-house team of professional contractors restore walls, flooring, ceilings, structural elements, and woodwork to their original conditions. We want your home to match your memory of it.
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