SERVPRO Says Small Phoenix House Fires Can Still Be a Great Loss
Fire Loss Experts In Phoenix Talk About Minor Smoke Damage
Anytime a fire ignites inside a building many things inside can get damaged. Even if the amount of items that get burned is minor, significant fire loss can still take place at your residence. Each year, dozens of volunteer and career firefighters lose their lives along with a few thousand civilians. Fires account for more than seventeen thousand injuries every year in the U.S. Although most injuries take place during large and more severe blazes, even the smallest burns can force your property to suffer a fire loss.
When anything burns, some substances entirely turn to gas once heat is applied and fully combust, while some do not. Particles that do not combust entirely and get released into a building can cause fire loss inside your Phoenix home even if the blaze is small. Smoke can quickly spread throughout your home. When smoke comes into contact with cooler surfaces, the partially combusted particles can transform back into a solid form. Once this happens, soot residue and other soils can appear visible on the surfaces of your sheetrock and other building materials as well as the contents that are present inside your house.
Luckily, our SERVPRO technicians are IICRC certified and experienced in dealing with smoke and fire damage situations. We know that even a small burn that takes place inside your kitchen can cause your home extensive damage. We are trained at finding even the most unnoticeable damage that could cause you problems in the future.
Smoke cannot only cause residues to exist on the surface of items inside your home, but it can also penetrate materials and cause burnt aromas to exist. Smoke can seep deep into porous materials and cause them to put out unpleasant smells into your house's airflow system. Our crews at SERVPRO can utilize certain methods and chemicals that will help extinguish such foul odors.
If you ever have a problem after something burns, call SERVPRO of East Phoenix at (602) 507-6163 any time of the day or night.
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