Can the Contents of My Chicago Home Be Salvaged After a Fire?
SERVPRO’s Green Team Will Do Everything Possible to Restore the Content of Your Chicago Home
A fire is a catastrophe that can be overwhelming. You may not know where to begin and wondering what is salvageable. Our Chicago team is ready to help.
What can I save from my fire-damaged home?
Fire restoration in Chicago homes will depend on the level of damage done to the house. This is based on the extensiveness of the fire. Our fire and smoke restoration technicians (FSRT) do everything possible to restore your home to preloss condition. There are three levels of fire damage:
- Minor – Smoke residue is limited to a small area. The soot residue is light to moderate and can involve both dry and wet cleaning. Minimal replacement of items and repainting may not even be required.
- Medium – Smoke residue is moderate. Walls may need repainting, and more items may need replacing. Stronger smoke odors are present. Heat damage is present in drywall and cabinets. More wet cleaning is involved.
- Major – Damage is severe. Structural repairs are needed. Smoke residues are throughout the residence. Emergency services that involve boarding up the premises and removing debris are necessary. Contents that get restored will most likely be moved offsite.
Restoration Is What We Do
The level of fire damage will determine the amount of fire restoration that is possible. Our goal is to restore everything possible. Professional restoration lowers your claim cost and can salvage sentimental items you thought were lost. We provide the following restoration services we can provide:
- Reupholstering furniture
- Refinishing floors
- Restoring wooden surfaces
- Specialty cleaning of personal items such as clothing
There are times when restoring an item is impossible, but we do our best to return as much of your home to you as possible.
Contact SERVPRO of Evergreen Park / South Chicago City at (773) 337-3900 for fire restoration service that is Faster To Any Size Disaster.
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