Step 1: Emergency Contact
The restoration process begins when Community Property Restoration is contacted. We are staffed 24 hours a day. Our representative will ask a series of questions regarding the fire damage event that will help us dispatch an emergency services team with the appropriate equipment and resources.
Step 2: Inspection and Damage Assessment
Community Restoration professionals carefully inspect and test the affected and adjacent rooms of your property to determine the extent of the fire, smoke, and soot damage.
Step 3: Immediate Board-Up and Roof-Tarp Service
Fire damage can often compromise windows, walls, and roofs. To maintain security and to protect against further damage, Community Restoration professionals can board up missing windows and walls and place tarps on damaged roofs.
Step 4: Water Removal and Drying
If water was used to extinguish the fire, the removal process begins almost immediately and removes the majority of the water. Community Restoration technicians use dehumidifiers and air movers to remove the remaining water and to complete the drying process.
Step 5: Removal of Smoke and Soot from All Surfaces
Community Restoration professionals use special equipment and techniques to remove smoke and soot from ceilings, walls, and other surfaces.
Step 6: Cleaning and Sanitizing
Community Restoration technicians will clean all of the restorable items and structures that were damaged by the fire. They use a variety of cleaning techniques to restore the structure to pre-fire conditions. They’re also trained to remove odors using industrial air scrubbers, ozone generators, and
Step 7: Restoration
Restoration is the final step—getting your home or business to its pre-fire condition. Restoration may involve minor repairs, such as replacing drywall, painting, and installing new carpet; or it may entail major repairs such as the reconstruction of various areas or rooms in a home or business. Entire HVAC system cleaning and sanitizing.