What Steps Are Essential After Fire Damage In Morris Plains Clothes Shops?
SERVPRO Helps With Restorative and Protective Aspects of Fire Restoration
In the unfortunate case of fire damage at your clothes store, you need a comprehensive restoration solution. Fire damage may not stop the moment flames go out at your business, and failure to take protective steps can worsen things.
One way to prevent issues from worsening after fire damage in your Morris Plains premises is to anticipate where problems might arise. Problems can range from structure or fixture collapse due to weakened joints, freeze damage due to loss of insulation, or moisture damage due to openings left in the structure. It is easier to predict problems when you involve a professional like SERVPRO since we have handled numerous fire loss incidents.
Typical restoration work involves:
- Water & fire damage restorations
- Fire and smoke damage
- Smoke remediation
When informed of fire damage at your business premises, our SERVPRO technicians prepare a checklist of issues to address before embarking on the full restoration of the property.
The pre-restoration checklist includes tasks such as:
- Securing the property
- Restoring power and heat to the structure
- Checking for any loss of stability
- Protecting materials against corrosion
It is common to see bare or frayed electrical wires in a property after fire damage. Such wires pose a significant risk of electrocution to anyone who ventures into the structure. It is also difficult to restore power with such cables in place. Our SERVPRO technicians help strip off electrical components from affected sections of the structure, thus eliminating the risks.
Whether due to the heat from the fire or actions by firefighters, you may end up with shattered windows or other openings. Securing the openings is essential before starting other restoration processes. Our SERVPRO technicians board up these openings.
SERVPRO of East Central Morris County is a seasoned fire damage restoration service. Call us at (973) 887-9100 to help you address any fire loss “Like it never even happened.”