Fire rips through and devastates homes in an instant — immediately changing the lives of its victims. Beyond the human element, fire damages the interior, exterior and foundation of your home. As you deal with this horrific situation, our team want to reassure you that your home can be restored. Our advanced fire restoration cleanup equipment effectively recovers the damages caused by fire. After a fire, the restoration process should begin as soon as possible. Call our 24 hour emergency service center to receive an initial inspection and estimate today. Fire doesn’t only consume your home and burn the structure.
After the firefighters and the firetrucks leave, your home still suffers from water damage. If the firefighter response causes intense water damage, our trained professionals begin the process by removing the majority of the water. Our team then uses dehumidifiers and air movers to dry out your home. Then, using industrial strength, state-of-the-art equipment, our team removes the smoke and soot that remains in your home — from ceilings, walls, floors and other areas that require smoke and soot removal.
After removing these stains, odors and unsafe residues, your home receives another round of deep cleaning. Knowing that the belongings in your house hold significance to you and your family, our skilled technicians take extra precautions when cleaning and sanitizing to ensure that all of your possessions stay safe. We even remove the stench of smoke with industrial air scrubbers and fogging equipment designed to eliminate strong odors.Once we finish the cleaning process, restoration begins.
Our skilled technicians return your home or office to its original state by repairing or replacing damaged drywall, paint, carpet and other damaged appliances throughout the building. We also take care of major repairs such as reconstruction of entire rooms if necessary. Our team understands the hardship endured in this traumatic time. We provide the best people and tools in the Grand Rapids area to bring your home back to its pre-fire state.