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Los Gatos Home Needs Professional Fire Damage Restoration
Very often homeowners do not realize just how devastating fire damage can be to their home. What may start as a small kitchen fire can leave a trail of problems behind if not addressed promptly. The trick to avoiding widespread damage is enlisting the help of a professional team to carefully examine your home after the fire and make recommendations on the restoration process. The visible residue of soot and smoke is only a visual manifestation of other ailments hiding within your home.
Luckily, our SERVPRO team can help return your home in Los Gatos recover from fire damage. The sheer impact a fire big or small can have on the air quality of your home is enough to warrant the expertise and technical knowledge our team delivers. Our IICRC- certified technicians use industry-specific tools such as hygrometers and thermal imaging to evaluate the air in your home and plan for next steps. As tempting as it may be to air out your home and apply store-bought air purifiers, you are better off calling a professional team to eliminate any remaining odors permanently, rather than masking the smell.
Our SERVPRO team has at its disposal several methods to purify the air in your home, and they apply them based on the extent and path of the fire and smoke itself. In some cases, we use charcoal activated filters to purify the HVAC system, whereas in others we bring in an ozone generator to break down the smell molecules and neutralize them. In some cases, we apply thermal fog to your home with the goal of reaching all corners and surfaces of your home, including structural elements. Our technical knowledge and on-the-field experience allow us to determine the best course of action for your home to succeed.
Do not hesitate to reach out to us at SERVPRO of Los Gatos/Monte Sereno for your needs after a fire. Our number, (408) 600-2020 is available 24/7 for your convenience. Even if your fire damage seems small, let us leave your home “Like it never even happened.”
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