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Identifying Fire Damage

12/19/2018 (Permalink)

Fire Damage Identifying Fire Damage Soot in a First floor closet

walking through a building or a property the obvious will have already been identified in respects to old fire or smoke residue. 

Simply because burnt or destroyed materials may have been replaced, if the property isn’t fully restored properly then, signs of a previous fire will still loom within the property. 

Ways to indendtify the damage, is to look in the unsuspecting areas of a property. Smoke travels light and can get into the most unlikely places. The corners in closets, cabinets, behind appliances and other large objects. Soot from smoke is a corosive and continues to destory the very location in which it is found and everything in its surroundings. Soot is airborn so it doesn’t take much for these areas to continually affect a property if it is still apparnet in a location. 

If you have found soot or the evidence of smoke damage, feel free to call us for a free consultation at 918-913-4490 and ask for the Field Reps: Jeff, Duel, or Linda to assist you in the matter.

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