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Fire, Smoke and Soot Restoration

Fire, Smoke and Soot Restoration

Structural Cleaning: After a smoke or fire damage, ceilings, walls, woodwork, carpeting and floors will often need cleaning. A pretest will occur to determine the extent of damage, and then use the specific equipment and cleaning products required. Depending on the amount of soot, we may be able to reduce the cost of recovery. 

Contents Cleaning: All the restorable contents in affected areas will be professionally cleaned and deodorized. Careful inspection and testing of all fabrics and contents will occur to ensure proper cleaning and deodorizing methods are used to restore to preloss condition. 


We provide specialized services that rid your structure of odors left by fire or smoke damage. We don't simply cover the lingering odor with fragrance, we seek out the source of the odor and remove it. 

Soot on wall

Soot on walls after a fire

Fire damages create many different cleaning challenges. A burning building is actually many complicated reactions between various elements. 

Depending on how these elements interact as a fire progresses, fire damages can present extremely different cleaning and restoration situations depending on how these elements interact as the fire progresses. 

This information is important to SERVPRO of Southern Washington County in order to determine appropriate cleaning methods in a variety of situations and helps us to improve their inspection, scoping, pretesting, and restorability evaluation on fire projects.