Kitchen Fire Damage Repair in Dallas/Fort Worth
Did you have a cooking accident that got out of control? After the flames are extinguished, call Regent Restoration for kitchen fire damage repair services.
When a fire burns in your kitchen, it can charr your countertops and cabinets, and create a layer of smoke and soot on your walls.
Our trained fire damage restoration crews will remove smoke odors and reconstruct your damaged kitchen.
Need to get rid of that burnt smell in your kitchen? Call us now for a free quote!
Your Local Kitchen Fire Damage Repair Experts
When your kitchen is critically damaged by fire or smoke, it's important to seek help from a trusted fire damage repair company. Soot and smoke permeate through porous surfaces (like your kitchen cabinets, walls, and flooring), and if it isn't cleaned thoroughly, the smoke smell will return later and the acids in the soot will continue to cause damage.
Our restoration experts are equipped to handle everything from small kitchen fires to extensive reconstruction projects.We guarantee we'll respond to your situation within 45 minutes and immediately begin the process of smoke removal, soot cleanup, and fire damage repairs.
Our Kitchen Fire Damage Restoration Services Include:
We'll help you file an insurance claim and keep you informed during every step of the restoration process.
From the initial fire damage inspection to the final touch of paint, our full-service approach saves you time and money while providing you with a fresh start.
Call us now for a free kitchen fire damage repair estimate and visual inspection.
How Our Team Repairs Your Fire Damaged Kitchen in Dallas/Fort Worth
Were you cooking dinner, accidentally forgot about it, and then returned to find your stovetop engulfed in flames? In these situations, most of the damage is contained to the kitchen and surrounding cabinetry, but it must be dealt with immediately.
Smoke and soot will travel through the ventilation systems, embed itself in every crack and crevice of your home, and can quickly stain walls and furniture.
When you call us, we'll quickly dispatch a fire damage repair team to your Dallas/Fort Worth property.
Our restoration professionals will deep-clean the soot from your kitchen and completely neutralize smoke odors. Once the cleaning process is complete, we'll begin repairing any fire-damaged materials, such as burnt cabinetry, countertops, and flooring.
Here's How the Kitchen Fire Damage Repair Process Works:
- Provide a free inspection to accurately assess all of the fire and smoke damage.
- Clean grease and smoke from walls, ceilings, cabinets, and floors.
- Remove smells and odors using thermal foggers, ozone machines, and hydroxyl generators.
- Pack-up contents and take them to our storage facility for cleaning and odor removal.
- Reconstruct all fire-damaged cabinets, countertops, walls, and other materials.
- Help you file an fire damage insurance claim to get your loss covered at no expense to you.
Kitchen Smoke Odor Removal
When you burn food in your kitchen the smell is unmistakable and it can make the entire house reek. After these situations, it's not enough to just open a window. Smoke particles can cling to everything, from walls to cabinets to clothing and furniture, and will continue to permeate the surfaces until the particles and eliminated.
Our smoke restoration professionals use high-tech deodorization equipment such as hydroxyl generators and ozone machines. This equipment kills and neutralizes smoke odor particles at the molecular level, ensuring the smell is completely gone.
We'll also remove smoke and soot from HVAC and ventilation systems so that particles don't spread to other areas of the building.
Kitchen Cabinet Smoke Cleanup & Fire Damage Repair
Burned kitchen cabinets? Our skilled construction team will repair your fire-damaged cabinets and countertops on-site.
Depending on the extent of the damage, we might only need to repair a portion of the cabinetry instead of reconstructing the entire cabinet system.
During the restoration process, our team we'll get the smoke smell out of the wood and completely clean the soot from the inside and outside of the cabinets. We'll then sand, repair, and repaint any damaged cabinets. The cleaning process could also involve removing the cabinets in order to access and clean the wall behind them.
At Regent Restoration, we understand homeowners spend a lot of time picking the perfect cabinetry to compliment their kitchen. If the cabinets need to be replaced entirely, we'll reconstruct them to their pre-loss condition or better.
Smoke & Soot Cleaning
After fire burns in your kitchen, wiping down the smoke stains and spraying some Febreeze isn't enough to fix the situation. Smoke and soot easily embed itself into porous materials, and if it gets into the HVAC system, these particles will spread to other areas of the house.
Soot residue is also acidic, and over time it will corrode everything from metal appliances, wood, linens, and other materials. The longer soot is left to set, the more it will build-up in and permeate these items, and the more difficult it will be to restore.
Using special solutions, our restoration professionals will clean grease and smoke stains off of every surface—from the walls all the way down the baseboards—until every trace of soot residue is gone.
We Can Clean & Deodorize Your Smoke-Damaged Items
After fire and smoke damage, wait until you throw away your items because our team may be able to save them. During the damage assessment, we'll tell you what can be salvaged and what's cheaper to replace.
After this, we'll create an itemized list of your items, box them up, and then take them to our storage facility for cleaning and odor removal. We can clean everything from clothes, linens, furniture, electronics, and much more.
Causes of Kitchen Fires
When you start out cooking a meal, you don't expect it to end in fire. If you've accidentally set the kitchen fire, it turns out your not alone. According to the National Fire Protection Association, "cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and home injuries".
The number one cause of kitchen fires is from homeowners stepping away from the stove and leaving their cooking unattended. Protein fires from cooking gone wrong can create a pungent odor that can be hard to remove. Grease fires can also be a cause of fire damage. Grease fires happen when cooking oil gets too hot.
Other causes of kitchen fires are malfunctioning appliances or bad electrical wiring.