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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Sorting Through Fire Damage in a Saratoga Home is Overwhelming

12/4/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO’s Fire Restoration Team Serves Saratoga Springs Area Homeowners

Keeping your home in Saratoga in good shape requires vigilance and fixing problems before they escalate. It is even more important when fire damage is involved, as the soot and debris left behind can cause bigger issues if left unattended. When an emergency requires a professional team that understands the impact of fire damage, making the call as quickly as possible is essential.

The call to make in Saratoga Springs for fire damage restoration is to our SERVPRO offices. Available around the clock, we dispatch our staff as soon as possible and begin an assessment of fire damage, along with plans for fire and smoke damage restoration. From the get-go, we coordinate with relevant parties to protect the safety of all involved and avoid cross-contamination throughout the home.

Our SERVPRO clients often worry about replacing furniture, carpets, and personal items at a sizable cost. Our staff helps guide you through the process and focuses on mitigating your loss. Even though some things may be a total loss, we may be able to restore others by applying the latest techniques available to the fire damage restoration industry.  

Homeowners frequently toss items because they smell smoke. Before taking that step, let our staff use deodorizing tools such as-

  • Air scrubbers
  • Ozone generators
  • Charcoal-activated HEPA filters

Along with traditional odor counteractant pellets and deodorizing solutions, the above help neutralize and eliminate the stench left behind by the flames.

SERVPRO of Saratoga Springs/Gansevoort is just a phone call away. Reach us at (518) 580-1111 and let our staff work diligently to leave your home “Like it never even happened.”

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