Secondary Damage After A Fire
Massive damage can be done by fire, especially if the building's structure is compromised. The fire will damage the contents, the walls, and the furnishings. Yet many individuals are unaware that the devastation is simply the beginning.
The protection of the occupants' humans and pets comes first when a fire breaks out in a Greenwich building. The next crucial step is to save the building and stop the spread of the disease when that has been done. That is when firefighters' efforts are useful. They need to use an enormous amount of water to put out the fire. To put out a building fire in a house or company, more than 2,000 gallons of water are frequently required. When a commercial structure is impacted significantly, this might further increase.
This amount of water will go a great way toward protecting the building's structure, but the harm done will need to be repaired along with the fire damage. In this situation, SERVPRO of Greenwich can help. We have the tools necessary to deal with both types of damage.
It is important to contact a damage restoration professional as soon as you notice any property damage. If you’re in need of restoration for water, fire, or mold damage, call on the premier restoration company in Fairfield County to help. SERVPRO of Greenwich has over 30 years of experience working with people who have had damage to their property. If you have any type of damage, call us immediately at 203.324.1642.