Depending upon the extent of the damage to your property, a board up may be necessary to secure your property in order to prevent further damage, theft, and unsafe entry by others.
Roof Tarp Installation:
If your roof was damaged during the fire, a temporary tarp will be installed.
The fire department will shut off the utilities to your residence while they are fighting the fire. Temporary lighting will be installed so that the fire department and restoration contractor will have the visibility to assess damage and complete temporary emergency repairs.
Temporary Heating and Winterization:
It may be necessary to provide temporary heat to your residence and winterize your pipes with antifreeze to prevent your pipes from freezing and causing further damage.
Temporary Structural Repairs:
Temporary structural repairs may be necessary to prevent further damage to your property.
It will be necessary to remove excess water after the fire department extinguishes the fire. The sooner that this can be accomplished will provide the best chance of salvaging your contents and minimizing the extent of the water damage.
Temporary Work Authorization:
You will be provided with a temporary work authorization to sign so that you can give written permission for the above services to be rendered.
- Security fencing
- Pump Outs
- Air Blowers & Dehumidifiers
- Desiccant Dehumidifiers
- Thermal Fog
- Plumbing Probes & Repairs
- Tree & Debris Removal
- Large Scale Demolition
- Trauma cleanup