What Should a Northampton Business Expect During Commercial Fire Restoration Services?
SERVPRO Techs Work Hard to Restore Northampton Properties with Fire Damage
When a commercial property in Northampton needs commercial fire cleanup, it can be daunting to see the soot covering walls and contents. This is a situation where do-it-yourself methods have the potential to cause greater damage as specific applications need to be used on different types of soot removal and surface cleaning.
SERVPRO handles any size commercial fire damage restoration services needed in a Northampton property. The technicians know that every minute the business stays closed for the cleanup, revenue and productivity are lost. With that in mind, SERVPRO techs work to get the job completed as quickly with as little replacement of contents and building materials as possible through their expert techniques for:
- Removal of soot from surfaces
- Controlled demolition as needed for charred building materials
- Addressing water damage through extraction and drying
Another beneficial aspect of a professional fire cleanup is the ability for the technicians to estimate the amount of time the restoration service will take. This time frame allows business owners to plan for employees to work from home and outsource other business tasks to keep their workflow moving until the building can reopen for regular hours.
Controlled demolition sounds destructive, but it is the precise removal of only damaged building materials beyond restoration. If sheetrock is wicked water or has heat damage, the technicians remove the damaged portions and leave the rest intact. This makes the repairs needed a breeze. This SERVPRO location has a contractor license #MA CS-107843 and can perform the required replacement and reconstruction necessary to get the company reopened.
SERVPRO of Hampshire County at (413) 324-1300 brings professional commercial fire restoration to local Northampton properties. The trained, certified techs are available 24/7 for any size or type of cleanup needed.