Fire Damage Restoration Services
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Fire damage can be a devastating experience, causing physical, emotional and financial distress. Given the density of the residential and commercial area in Manhattan, fires occur frequently. When that happens, it is critical to action immediately.
Our Manhattan Fire 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.
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.
Once all fire damage cleanup is completed the last phase is the rebuilding of your home.
Did you know that about 30% of kitchen fire cases start because people leave the cooking fire unattended?
Cooking is the leading cause of home fire and injuries. To be more exact, 49% of all types of home fires occur in the kitchen.
Cities and towns we serve in Manhattan:
- Upper Manhattan
- Marble Hill
- Fort George
- Washington Heights
- Hudson Heights (Part of Washington Heights)
- West Harlem
- Hamilton Heights (West Harlem)
- Manhattanville (West Harlem)
- Morningside Heights, SoHa (or “South of Harlem”)
- Central Harlem
- Marcus Garvey Park, Mount Morris Historical District
- Le Petit Senegal (Little Senegal)
- East Harlem (Spanish Harlem)
- Upper East Side, Lenox Hill, Silk Stocking District
- Carnegie Hill
- Upper West Side
- Manhattan Valley, Bloomingdale District
- Lincoln Square (once San Juan Hill)
- Downtown Manhattan
- Little Germany (historic)
- Alphabet City, Loisaida
- East Village
- Greenwich Village, the Village
- West Village
- Lower East Side
- Nolita (NoLIta)
- Little Italy
- Financial District
- Five Points (historic)
- Cooperative Village
- Two Bridges
- Civic Center
- Radio Row (historic)
- South Street Seaport Historical District
- Battery Park City