Fire in the home is a traumatic experience and at a commercial premise can put your whole business at risk.
A little smoke will go a long way and it’s not uncommon for what seems a fairly small fire to affect an entire property and its contents.
As a result of heat and pressure, smoke accompanied by an acrid smell will penetrate into building materials through cracks in walls and up into floorboards.
Smoke and soot carbon deposits could be found in every nook and cranny in the house.
Soot is corrosive and will eat into the electronic components and wire.
High temperatures cause the pores to expand and allow the smoke to penetrate them. As the structure cools and the pores contract they lock the smoke in. Smoke molecules can remain active in materials for up to 30 years causing odor problems, as the structure heats up and cools down with the seasons and with central heating.
It is extremely important that smoke contamination is professionally neutralized preventing residual odor problems or acidic attack.
Redecoration cannot be successfully completed without the complete removal of these carbon deposits.
If you have suffered any fire, flood or storm damage, the very best advice we can give you is to contact us as soon as possible – whether or not you have already made a claim.
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