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Tips for Fire Restoration

3/25/2022 (Permalink)

Magnifying glass-Restoration house Prepare home for a fire with these useful tips

Tips for Fire Restoration

When it comes to fire restoration and repairing a home after a fire the time needed for restoring your property will depend on several different factors.

Small Fires may only take a day or two for Restoring whereas large spread fires that affect multiple floors could takes weeks if not even months for restoration and remediation.

If you have experience fire damage at your Wilson county home, use the below tips to get back to living your life and restoring your property back to it's pre-fire condition.

Contact a TRULY Professional Restoration Company

The first thing you need when dealing with fire damage is a professional fire restoration company. SERVPRO Wilson County is the industry leader when it comes to helping Wilson County residents with their fire damage restoration needs. Having a professional inspect the area for damage and truly understanding the scope of the restoration project is crucial. At SERVPRO we featured the most extensively trained Fire Restoration specialist that are all knowledgeable and licensed for these types of restoration projects.

Securing the Home

One thing most homeowners do not think of when it comes to your home post-fire is protecting it from trespassers and thieves.

Depending on the scale or magnitude of your fire damage, you may have to vacate / leave your home for several days or weeks during the restoration process. Leaving a home or property vacant can leave it unsecure.

Make sure when leaving your property that you utilize appropriate deadlocks and security accessories. This help to secure any valuables and possessions that are left behind.

Keep a Detailed Record

Another thing that is vitally important is keeping records. By keeping record of possessions, values, and losses it will help to make things smoother when it comes to dealing with your insurance agency. Take plenty of photographs of your damage and keep a file of any receipts, prices and quotes of your valuable possessions you would want to be reimbursed for and share it your agent and restoration company.

Contact the Pros

Even though the process of fire repair can be long, our goal is to make the process as easy as possible. If you’ve endured fire damage on your property, make the call to SERVPRO Wilson County  at (615) 449-5000 for a consultation to help get back to your life before the disaster!

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