Smoke & Heat Damage Caused By A New Castle County, DE Home Fire
Fire Damage, In A Homes, Consists Of Many Types Of Damage.
The actual burning of a building’s structure is the first thing to come to mind, but the consequences linger even after the flames are extinguished.
The structure and content from this home suffered from burning, heat damage, charring, smoke damage, and water damage. Many materials were destroyed in the fire, being partially or wholly consumed in the process of combustion. But, most of the damage occurred from the heat, and smoke residues which impact materials.
Learn more about the different kind of damage from SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle, DE at (302) 392-6000
The 3 Types of Fire Damage
- Damage From Flames
Did you know there are multiple kinds of damage from flames? Fire burns differently depending on its cause, and the damage from one started by an electrical issue may look different from one that resulted from cooking oil. SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle’s Highly Trained Fire Restoration Specialists will work accordingly to make sure the structure of your building is intact and safe for you to inhabit.
- Smoke & Heat Damage
The effects of smoke and heat last well after the air clears. Not only does smoke damage discolor the surfaces in your building with ash, but it also leaves strong and unpleasant smells behind. Fortunately, SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle, DE can remove the remnants of smoke and heat damage. Learn More:
- Damage From Other Substances
Fire opens a building up to a variety of vulnerabilities. The water used to extinguish a blaze leaves its own mark, with water stains or mold becoming a real possibility. If chemicals were involved in the fire, these need to be cleaned up so as not to be a continuing danger. Holes in the outer walls of a building can also lead to rain and outside debris getting in, all of which have to be dealt with.
If your home or business has suffered a fire damage, SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle, DE is here for you.
Call us at (302) 392-6000 for 24-hour emergency service from a trusted part of the community.