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Knowing Who To Call After A Fire in North Tempe

2/1/2020 (Permalink)

The technicians at SERVPRO of North Tempe (480) 456-0000 are highly trained in property damage restoration.


A fire in your home can be devastating. According to the National Fire Protection Association NFPA, Most home fires and fire casualties result from five causes: cooking, heating, electrical distribution and lighting equipment, intentional fire setting, and smoking materials.

After the fire is out your home may be left with significant damage. Smoke and water damage should be taken care of by trained, certified professionals.


The technicians at SERVPRO of North Tempe (480) 456-0000 are highly trained in property damage restoration. They study IICRC standards and best practices in cleaning and restoration. SERVPRO of North Tempe is very active with the IICRC, which is the industry standard for Water Restoration Technicians.


Not only will the experts at SERVPRO of North Tempe restore your home but they can even help with insurance. For a stress free claims process, SERVPRO works with your insurance to help manage the insurance process and paperwork.
Often you are left with the decision to toss items that you would prefer to keep. Even a small fire can cause smoke damage to things throughout the house. When washing the clothes you are able to salvage add 1/2 a cup of vinegar to kill the smoke smell.


The NFPA recommends bringing in restoration professionals. They remind homeowners that exposure to house fire soot can lead to a number of health issues. They also explain why soot is harmful. Burned wood by-products include manganese, benzene and hydrogen cyanide. Because it’s so corrosive and acidic, soot can be harmful at any exposure level.


While all soot is made up of minute particles, its composition varies depending on the environment and materials where the fire occurred. Homeowners often confuse it with dirt, but it’s a complex mixture of different substances.
Depending on materials involved in the fire, soot can contain formaldehyde, toluene, sulfur dioxide and traces of heavy metals.

SERVPRO of North Tempe is here to help you with any fire damage in your home or business. Our team is available 24/7 to help with securing your property and getting it ready to be cleaned.

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