Fire Damage & Smoke Damage Restoration

While facing the nightmare of a home or business fire damage disaster, it’s important to remember that proper fire damage restoration service goes way beyond repairing building damage.  It’s vital to assure that all direct and indirect harm is corrected, for both the building and its contents. Ash, soot, smoke, and water can pose serious problems far from the fire itself affecting cabinets, furniture, carpet and other floor coverings, home and office electronics, HVAC, plumbing, furniture, and so on. Whether a small kitchen or whole-hose fire, immediate action is necessary to prevent further water and smoke damage.

Regal Emergency Services Inc. is the single company you can call to have all of your fire damage restoration needs taken care of.  We’re ready with 24 hour emergency service 7 days a week for those time-critical mitigation tasks required for secondary damage insurance coverage.

We’re an independent company, locally owned and operated, serving the areas’ homes and businesses.  With our ongoing training, experience, and the latest in equipment we can quickly return just about any property to pre-loss condition.  Our technicians are certified in the numerous specialties required, and Regal Emergency Services is bonded, licensed, and fully insured.

We’ll bill your insurance directly, and have years of experiences with area adjusters for all major insurers.  That means no up-front payment delays to start work, and hassle-free claims.

You can soon have these difficult times behind you with your home or business restored to pre-loss conditions and your life back to normal.

What to Do, What Not to Do

We strongly urge you to call fire damage restoration experts and put them to work immediately. That said, here are a few tips for those who have just experienced a fire.

  • Do open windows to relieve lingering smoke, but only after the fire is completely extinguished.
  • Do get everyone, including pets, out of the building so that they won’t be exposed to toxic materials and safety hazards.
  • If there is no power, do empty the refrigerator to avoid later cleaning up spoiled food, and prop the door open to prevent mold.
  • Do make sure that electric power turned off for any wet areas.
  • Do notify your insurer of the fire. Filing a claim comes later.
  • Do NOT turn on any home electronic or appliances.
  • Do NOT begin wiping down furniture and furniture. Special precautions are needed both for your health and to prevent forcing contaminants further in.
  • Do NOT move or sit on furniture.
  • Do NOT walk on wet or sooty carpet.

  • Do NOT eat canned foods exposed to high temperatures.

  • Do NOT use dishes, pots and pans, clothing, bedding, and so on without thoroughly washing them first.

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Professional Fire Damage Repair Services

Faced with catastrophe and despite feeling overwhelmed emotionally it’s tempting to begin cleaning and fixing up things yourself. But that’s a very bad choice. Fire damage repair involves countless skills and detailed technical knowledge. A large number of tasks need to be completed as soon as possible, and must be done properly to avoid making matters worse. Here are some highlights.

  • Secure the property.
    This includes tarping and boarding up openings, structural bracing, and controlling access.
  • Inspection and inventory.
    It’s vital to survey all damage to set priorities and schedule work. A thorough and detailed inventory of damage, including photographs, is vital for successful insurance claims.
  • Evaluate losses.
    Experts can quickly determine what is in good condition, what can be salvaged, and what is more economically discarded. But experienced technicians, including those at Regal Emergency Services, recognize that for many items personal value is topmost and will do their very best to save them.
  • Cleanup.
    The site is likely to be littered with broken items, and fires leave behind a huge range of toxic compounds.
  • Damage mitigation.
    Special steps must be taken to prevent further harm from soot, smoke, and firefighting water. Most fire insurance policies will not cover subsequent damage if the proper measures aren’t taken soon enough.
  • Cleaning and restoration.
    Highly specialized cleaning solutions and removal methods are required prior to more conventional repair work.
  • Haul away.
    Remove all debris and waste, properly disposing of hazardous materials.

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