Help! My Jacksonville Home Smells Like Smoke After a Recent Fire
Your Jacksonville Home Smells of Smoke and Fire
Life in Jacksonville is enjoyable. We spend a few months a year worrying about storms and avoiding rain, but for the most part, those come with an advanced warning, leaving the rest of our days filled with sunshine. However, homeowners tend to ignore other elements that might affect your home including home fires. Whether they are big or small, we need to be ready to deal with their aftermath by calling professional resources to restore our home to its original condition.
When your home in Jacksonville is affected by fire damage, SERVPRO is available 24/7 to attend to your emergency. Even when the damage itself appears to be small, the visual reminder can be quite extensive. Smoke and soot travel quickly and permeate surfaces easily, leaving you with the need for specialized solutions for each of the affected areas. Our IICRC-certified technicians can provide that knowledge and expertise to bring your home back to normal as soon as possible.
One of the biggest challenges, when there is a fire in your home, is the smell it leaves behind. It seems to cling to furniture, curtains and the very walls and no store-bought cleaner can remove it. Our SERVPRO team has at its disposal a wide array of techniques and equipment to treat each surface individually and leave it clean and odorless. Occasionally it is necessary to dispose of a piece of furniture or material that is beyond being salvaged. Our team is familiar with rules surrounding the proper disposal of these items and handles their removal from your home on your behalf. For structural items needing replacement, we work with you to prepare the home for further repairs by licensed contractors.
The most important thing to know about fire damage to your home is that SERVPRO of Arlington is here to help. No fire is ever too small to preclude us from evaluating its damage and making a plan for the full restoration of your home. Reach out to us at (904) 721-2230 and allow us to leave your home “Like it never even happened.”
Read about the Great Fire of May 3, 1901 here.