We Have The Advanced Equipment To Properly Restore Your Kalispell Home After A Fire
Minimizing the Degree Air Quality Suffers after Fire Damage in Your Kalispell Home
The high number of synthetic products in the typical Kalispell residence produce more than just soot when they burn. Toxic gases also begin entering the air when these materials become intensely heated from nearby flames. Direct contact with fire does not need to happen for off-gassing to occur. When such synthetics do catch fire, they also melt, forming thick black soot that often feels oily or sticky to the touch.
To clear this and other types of soot out of your Kalispell home's interior, fire damage experts from SERVPRO use air scrubbers equipped with HEPA filters. We use these grade filters because soot particles come in such microscopic sizes that people only notice them as smells and odors. However, lung tissue is much more delicate and sensitive to the sharp edges of soot particles. Removing them from the air helps minimize any possible health effects experienced by your family members.
One area of your home that needs specific measures to complete the task of soot removal is your ventilation system. Our HVAC specialists, working under Residential Contractor License # 247200, can inspect and clean the ducts, furnace, and other components to remove soot. The cleaning process also strips away any oils and other liquids adhered to the interior of ducts and vents. When removing of such deposits proves impossible, we can apply sealants that keep smoke and fire damage residue from entering your house's living space.
Contents and surfaces in your residence can become coated with soot, also. We clean these with specific cleaning agents that can cut through the soot and leave the surfaces free of any film that might feel sticky. Some items might require rinsing to achieve this. We work carefully with your home and belongings, like they were our own, to provide you with the results you want.
SERVPRO of Flathead County helps homeowners in Columbia Falls, Whitefish, and Lakeside by mitigating fire damage and eliminating its effects, making their homes “Like it never even happened.” Call us at (406) 300-0435, 24/7, any day of the year, for experts who understand how disruptive disasters can be to your family.
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