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Fire Restoration: Understanding The Process

Fire Damage Tips by Mammoth Restoration

Fire Restoration: Understanding The Process

Fires can stop your business and force your customers to go elsewhere.  Our goal is to get you back in your business fast. Understanding the fire restoration process will help you prepare for the road ahead.

  • Step 1: Call Mammoth Restoration ASAP – 888-495-5211.  Our team is available to you whenever you need us, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and will be on the scene in less than 2 hours from your call.
  • Step 2: Inspection and Assessment of Affected Areas: During this step, a Mammoth Restoration professional will inspect your property and determine the scope of the project, being sure to note all affected areas from fire, smoke and soot allowing us to determine an action plan that you and your insurance company can agree to.
  • Step 3: Board-up and Roof Tarp Service: Boarding up and securing your property is important in protecting from theft, further damage and keep your property secure.   Our team will take care of boarding up walls, windows and tarping any missing portions of the roof.
  • Step 4: Drying the Property (If Water is Present) – Many fires often incur water damage when a fire company is dispatched to the scene.  We will use industrial-sized dehumidifiers and high-velocity air movers to thoroughly dry your property.
  • Step 5: Contents – Our contents team will help you take inventory of both the items that can and cannot be salvaged.  If needed we will pack your salvageable items and take them to our state of the art cleaning facility to restore to pre-fire condition.
  • Step 6: Structure Cleaning – At this time our team of highly trained professionals will remove and clean all affected areas of your property from fire, smoke, and soot damage being sure to deodorize your property as well.
  • Step 7:  Restoration – Lastly, it’s time to get your property back to normal! Restoration will include all the repairs that are needed to get you back to pre-fire condition.