The affects fire damage in a home can often extend far beyond what is visibly “damaged”. Timely response is key to saving a lot of items in your home. Soot is acidic and in a short amount of time (48-72 hours) it will start to pit and discolor a lot of household items. Smoke damage can extend beyond the affected room and, in many cases, fire damage restoration includes drywall replacement and painting through out the entire home after mitigation has occurred.
When we are hired, getting a client to pre-loss conditions is not our only goal. We want to help you navigate the loss and understand how the claims process works. Whether it’s a fire, water, or mold loss, we want to help restore your home and life.
TRG's technicians are IICRC certified to evaluate the damage and being the process of restoring your home.
Our team recently wrapped up the repairs for this extensive fire damage loss in Newark, Delaware. The photos will speak for themselves. TRG handled everything for this client, including adjusting the existing framing to accommodate for an open floor plan and new kitchen layout. The fire damage restoration included:
- Initial board up
- Content disposal/clean up
- Structural cleaning/Odor sealing
- Smoke damage treatment
- Dry ice blasting
- All interior/exterior repairs
Our project in Dover, Delaware presented some hurdles to navigate with the insurance company due to multiple code upgrades and city ordinances. Despite the complications, we were there to be an advocate for the insured and the project proceeded according to plan.
For this project in Lewes, Delaware, we did a “dry” cleaning of the home to ensure the soot did not cause further damage. Along with soot removal, we also worked to remove the odor and clean the air.