Fire Damage Restoration in Dallas/Fort Worth
Regent Restoration offers affordable, high-quality fire damage restoration services conducted by trained professionals.
Fire damage doesn't stop when the flames are out. The chemical composition of fixtures, appliances and other materials affected by the fire can change in dangerous ways and release toxic gases into the air, so it's crucial to contact a fire damage restoration company as soon as possible.
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Get Fire Damage Help Within 45 Minutes!
When your home or business has been critically damaged by fire, it is important to seek help immediately for trusted emergency fire damage restoration.
Fire damage and water damage may seem like they’re on opposite ends of the spectrum, but unfortunately, when dealing with fire damage you also have to deal with water cleanup. When firefighters use water to extinguish the flames, it creates a flood in your home, which is why water and fire restoration are both needed.
We guarantee we will respond to your fire damage emergency within 45 minutes to begin the process of cleanup, repairs, and reconstruction.
Our Fire Damage Restoration Services Include:
- Fire Damage Cleanup
- Fire Damage Repair
- Smoke & Soot Cleanup
- Smoke Odor Removal
- Water Damage Restoration
How Our Team Repairs Fire Damage in Dallas/Fort Worth
Fire damage restoration should always be handled by a professional restoration company with the proper training and safety equipment. Even once the flames are extinguished, there are still other dangers that remain such as electrical hazards, collapsed ceilings, sharp debris, and toxic fumes.
We guarantee we will respond to your emergency within 45 minutes to begin the process of fire debris cleanup, smoke removal, soot cleanup, and fire damage repairs.
As one of the leading fire damage restoration companies in Dallas/Fort Worth, it’s our mission to return your home back to a better appearance and cleanliness than before the fire occurred.
Here's How the Fire Damage Restoration Process Works:
- Our restoration techs will perform a free visual inspection of the damages.
- Safety is our primary concern. We'll identify and remove safety hazards, such as collapsed ceilings and debris.
- Extract water from firefighting efforts using pumps and vacuums.
- Board up exposures or holes and seal your damaged roof.
- Clean up charred, smoke damaged materials and remove soot from surfaces.
- Remove smoke odors by using deodorizers, foggers, and air scrubbers.
- Repair fire damaged materials and reconstruct your home to pre-loss condition.
- Help you file a fire damage insurance claim to get your loss covered with no expense to you.
Smoke and Odor Removal
Cleaning and Sanitation
Water Damage Restoration
Where there's a home fire, there's usually water leftover from the firefighters. One of the first steps of the fire damage restoration process involves removing water from your home. To do this, we use industrial water extraction machine to remove excess water. Next, we place fans and dehumidifiers around your home to ensure a completely dry and moisture free home.
Fire Damage Repair Costs
Costs are variable depending on the severity of fire in your home as well as home type, materials used and the type of fire that was started.
Additional Costs & Considerations
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- Material costs
- House size and layout
If your home has been damaged by fire and smoke over a large area, it costs more money, more time, and more resources to restore the home to its original state. The good part about this is: if the fire and smoke damage has been restricted to a small area, it is cheaper to restore.
Big or small, once fire and smoke damage has occurred, the restoration process needs to start as soon as possible. This is because we’ve found that water used to put out fires may lead to further damage if left alone too long.
What To Do After a Fire Burns in Your Dallas/Fort Worth Home
Experiencing a fire is one of the most traumatic situations possible, and it's hard to know what to do afterward. Here are steps to take to protect your property and your health after a fire:
Do not return to your home or business until it has been declared safe to do so. Debris, dirty water, and soot will be present and may contain contaminants that will make you sick. Roofs and ceilings may also collapse, so always exercise caution when reentering a fire damaged building.
Don't Touch Soot Damaged Items
Don't touch soot covered materials, such as carpets, upholstery, draperies, furniture, and plastics. This will smear the soot and make the cleaning process harder. If the soot is left untouched, much of the residue may be easily vacuumed away.
Call a Fire & Smoke Restoration Company
Cleaning up after a fire is not a DIY job. Fires create gasses and soot particles, that are hazardous to breathe in. We have respirators & sensors that detect toxic atmospheres.
Tell Your Restoration Company If Your Sensitive To Odors or Chemicals
The smoke odor created after a fire burns in your home is intense. People who are sensitive to odors (such as the elderly, infants, and pregnant women) should not be around smoke damaged areas until cleaning, deodorization, and restoration is complete. If you have a chemical allergy we can use different smoke cleaning and removal methods to accommodate your health.