Co2 Dry Ice blast Video
A home fire is a devastating experience and restoring your property can be an extensive process. Act quickly to start the restoration process by calling our certified technicians. Based on the condition of your fire-damaged property, we'll devise a first-rate plan that includes expert treatment solutions.
- Call your insurance company and/or agent.
- Blow off or brush-vacuum loose soot particles from upholstery, drapes, and carpets.
- Place clean towels or old linens on rugs and carpets to prevent more soiling.
- If electricity is off, empty freezer & refrigerator completely and block doors open. (For safety reasons, make sure they cannot close).
- Clean & protect chrome on kitchen & bathroom faucets, trim, & appliances with a light coating of Vaseline or light oil.
- Turn off main water supply. Pour RV Anti-freeze in sinks, toilet bowls, and tubs — if heat is off during freezing season. (Make sure that children and pets do not have access to the anti-freeze.)
- Wash off house plants on both sides of leaves. (Water softener helps.)
- Change furnace filter.
- Tape double layers of cheese cloth over air registers.
- Do not attempt to wash any walls or painted surfaces without first contacting a professional restoration service.
- Do not attempt to shampoo carpet or upholstered furniture without first contacting a professional restoration service.
- Do not attempt to clean any electrical appliances, TV sets, radios, etc. that may have been close to fire, heat or water without consulting an authorized repair service.
- Do not use any canned or packaged food or beverages that may have been stored close to fire, heat or water. (They may be contaminated.)
- Do not turn on ceiling fixtures if ceiling is wet. Wiring may be wet or damaged.
- Do not send garments to an ordinary dry cleaner. Improper cleaning may set smoke odor.