Why Downtown Chicago Residents Trust SERVPRO with Fire Damage Restoration of Their Properties?
SERVPRO Can Handle Any Size Fire Damage Restoration in Downtown Chicago
Fire damage restoration in the busy neighborhood of Downtown Chicago can be a challenge if the restoration company you hire does not have the right resources. SERVPRO has the necessary expertise and experience to deliver emergency fire damage cleanup to commercial and residential buildings, big or small.
SERVPRO can also involve a Large Loss Team during the fire damage restoration of your Downtown Chicago property in case of extensive damages. We are also a member of the network of Disaster Recovery Teams that can mitigate fire damage in Downtown Chicago. Our fire damage restoration experts use various methods to restore various aspects of fire and smoke damage aftermath.
How Does Smoke Affect Fire Damaged Homes in Downtown Chicago?
Smoke particles can settle on various surfaces and adhere, causing long-term damage. SERVPRO technicians use their knowledge of how smoke behaves during a fire to locate and mitigate damage in the affected areas. Two factors affect the behavior of smoke in a fire-damaged home-
- The temperature of the smoke- As fire blazes on, the hot air surrounding it produces convection currents. Smoke particles are carried along with these currents to ceilings and upper levels of the structure. Fire produces a driven smoke that is forced against the surfaces causing the particles to penetrate deeper. In multi-unit buildings in Downtown Chicago, SERVPRO understands that your neighbors do not appreciate smoky odors or fire damage affecting their units. That is why SERVPRO is the right choice. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.
- The temperature of the surface- One of the factors determining the damage caused by the smoke particles is the temperature differential between the smoke and surface. The higher the temperature differential, the higher the soot deposition.
Call SERVPRO of Hyde Park / E. Bridgeport / Bronzeville at (312) 509-5000 for any size fire disaster in Downtown Chicago.