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Fire damage can be a devastating experience, causing physical, emotional, and financial distress. Given the density of the residential area in Long Island, home fires occur frequently. When that happens, it is critical to act immediately.
When your property suffers from a fire, the damage can be extensive. Smoke and soot can also reach every corner of your house, causing a variety of problems. Not only does the damage need to be repaired, but the smell of smoke must be eliminated as well.
iFlooded’s fire damage restoration, Long Island is most commonly used among home or business owners for the fast and efficient removal of smoke residue, water, firefighting chemicals, soot, ash, and other unwanted debris after a fire. We are licensed to professionally clean your property and restore it to its original state.
Our Long Island fire damage restoration professionals are licensed to professionally clean your property and restore it to its original state. We use advanced tools to dry the water used in extinguishing the fire and clean the soot off your walls, ceiling, floors, and belongings. Smoke removal is also an essential part of the recovery process to prevent further damage and restore indoor air quality.
If you require fire restoration services, it’s essential to know what to expect from the provider. iFlooded offers a range of services that can help get your home or locally-owned business back to normal quickly.
Our Long Island fire damage restoration services include:
- Stabilization and recovery of Fire Damaged Property
- Repairing Fire Damaged Kitchens
- Effective Cleaning of Fire Damage
- Fire & Smoke Deep Cleaning
- Sanitation after Fire & Smoke Damage
- Stabilization and Repair of Fire Damaged Roofs
- Removing all traces of Smoke Odors
- Cost-effective Fire Damage Repairs
- Smoke Odor Neutralization Solutions
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How Does iFlooded Restore Fire Damage?
The process of restoring a property that has been damaged by fire is a long and detailed one. It can take many weeks or even months to complete depending on the extent of the damage. The restoration process will also vary depending on the type of fire that occurred. A small kitchen fire may only require a few hours of work, while a large warehouse fire could take weeks or even months.
At iFlooded, our restoration emergency services take the following steps:
The first step in the restoration process is assessing the damage and creating a plan of action. This plan will include the steps that need to be taken to make the property safe and habitable again. The plan also includes inspecting the property’s structure and contents to determine what needs to be restored and how costly the restoration efforts will be. Once this assessment is complete, a plan can be put into place to repair any damage done.
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Our crew includes an experienced post-fire damage assessor. So once the clean-up is done, we compile an in-depth damage and risk evaluation that you can use to file a claim. We can help facilitate a meeting between all concerned parties, including an on-site insurance adjuster, to inspect the damage. This measure supports your chances of getting a reasonable settlement in a timely manner.
The insurance company must be contacted immediately and sensitively when a loss occurs due to fire damage. If you file your insurance claim correctly, it will protect your rights to pursue compensation for damages caused by fire. It is essential that you call the insurance company before cleaning any affected area or notifying anyone else of the loss to avoid compromising your ability to receive the full amount of compensation due.
The next step in this process is to clean up fire debris and any hazardous materials, including burnt furniture, paints, solvents, or other combustible objects. The proper disposal of these items ensures your health and safety by avoiding inhalation or ingestion of toxins or chemicals.
Drying is the process of restoring the water-damaged property to its pre-loss condition. Drying focuses on restoring items that were not affected directly by the fire itself but by water and other chemicals used during extinguishing efforts. We use pumps and vacuum systems in this effort.
Once all of the water has been removed, the next step is drying out the property. This can be done with fans, dehumidifiers, and heaters. The property must be completely dry before any repairs can be made.
Smoke restoration is the removal of soot and smoke from premises affected by fire or smoke damage. It encompasses both cleaning and repairs, as soot and smoke can cause extensive damage if left untreated. Smoke can also permeate through walls, ceilings, floors, and furniture, causing a lingering, stale odor that’s hard to get rid of.
Smoke damage restoration often involves complicated procedures that may include removing and replacing materials such as drywall and insulation. A professional cleaning team will work to remove all traces of smoke from your home or business, leaving behind a fresh scent.
Smoke damage also involves removing layers of grime that are stuck onto surfaces. This grime cannot be cleaned using traditional cleaning products and will require a strong detergent or chemical cleaner to loosen its grip on the surface beneath.
Structural restoration is the process of restoring a building or structure to its pre-loss condition. It includes structural stabilization, fireproofing if necessary, roof tarping, replacement of damaged structural members where possible, mold remediation if needed, rebuilding finishes that require it to comply with local codes and standards, and repairs to heating/ventilation/air conditioning systems as required for building occupancy.
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According to the latest data from all-city-adjusting, the national average cost of repairing a fire-damaged house ranges from $2,500 to $ 46,500. Prices vary due to the nature and extent of the damage. That’s why our fire restoration crew includes a seasoned damage assessor that can crunch the numbers to ensure you get a fair deal.
We bill your insurance company directly.
When it comes to restoring your belongings after a fire or smoke incident, some things are salvageable while others aren’t. Content restoration is the process of restoring the contents of a structure that has been affected by water or fire damage. This may include cleaning and repairing items and safe removal and storage of any items that cannot be restored. Working with an insurance company to determine what is covered under the policy is often necessary.
Fire Damage Restoration Process
1. Emergency services
1. Extract water to prevent mold growth
2. Document/Assess of damage in your property. Identify the type of fire.
3. Stabilize the environment by setting up drying equipment and air filtration devices.
2. File a claim
After filing the claim, all parties will meet with insurance adjuster onsite to inspect the damage.
3. Dry the property
Putting out a fire usually causes secondary water damage. We make sure everything is dry to prevent mold growth.
4. Smoke cleaning
Remove the smoky soot from your ceilings, walls, floors and personal belonging. Eliminate any smoke odor.
Once all fire damage cleanup is completed the last phase is the rebuilding of your home.
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At iFlooded Restoration, we are committed to promptly restoring your property in Long Island, New York using professional equipment. We believe in the power of restoration over replacement, which is why we use advanced tools and knowledge to fix the issues as best as we can.
We understand that disaster can strike when least expected, so we stay ready to take action in a matter of minutes the second you ring us. Our extremely helpful IICRC licensed technicians are available 24/7 to assist you with any type of: