Fire Damage Restoration

24/7 Fire Damage Restoration Services

What do you do when you have had a fire at your property?
Call a company you can trust.
Clean Build Restoration  fire damage restoration professionals are certified, bonded and insured for your security and peace of mind. Our experts understand the last thing you need is more stress when your property or business has experienced a fire.

Our emergency crews are available 24/7 to remove debris, clean up and repair your residential or commercial property quickly. Call us at 6122348958 if you have had a fire loss and need assistance. We will dispatch our certified technician(s) to your property or office to mitigate & repair.

Fire Damage

What is Fire Damage Mitigation?

Fire damage mitigation is an important process that should be given priority after a fire damage event. The combination of fire, smoke, soot, and water makes cleanup efforts after a fire particularly complex and difficult.
Mitigation focuses on reducing damages and losses to the property.
Effective mitigation must take place immediately after a fire has been put out.
Mitigation can include:

  • Ventilating the property to get rid of smoke.
  • Shutting off the electricity
  • Shutting off any water source
  • Water damage mitigation (removing excess water)
  • Removing debris
  • Boarding up windows/doors
  • Applying Tarps over exposed areas of the roof
  • Reinforcing the structure

Fire Damage Restoration:

Once the fire damage has been mitigated, cleanup, repairs & restoration can begin.
In some cases, it may be necessary to replace damaged flooring, walls, ceilings or the entire property.
Fire damage restoration is a process of repairing and restoring damage caused to the property after a fire.
The fire mitigation process will be focused on removing all fire and moisture from the affected areas, while the fire damage restoration process will focus on cleanup, reconstructing and rebuilding your property.
In order to ensure that all fire damage is repaired and that your home or building is restored to its pre-loss condition, it is important to hire a professional fire damage restoration/reconstruction company. Clean Build Restoration has the experience and expertise necessary to perform all aspects of the fire damage restoration process, from mitigation and drying to reconstruction and repairs.

Smoke/Odor Removal: Different Types of Smoke Odor

Fire Damage

Smoke odors can result from burning protein (meat), natural materials (wood, cotton, etc.), synthetic materials (e.g.,plastic, nylon), and more. With so many flammable substances, the restoration process requires technical knowledge and complex procedures. There are three types of smoke that can cause odor damage in a home:

  1. Wet Smoke – This type of smoke is heavy and sticky, and it’s often caused by burning rubber or plastic. The remediation process for wet smoke typically includes using air movers and dehumidifiers to remove the moisture from the affected area, followed by thorough cleaning and disinfecting.
  2. Dry Smoke – This type of smoke is usually caused by burning paper or wood. It’s lighter than wet smoke and not as difficult to remove. The remediation process for dry smoke usually includes thorough cleaning and the use of air purifiers to remove the tiny smoke particles from the air.
  3. Protein Smoke – This type of smoke is caused by burning food or other organic materials. It’s very difficult to remove and usually requires professional ozone treatment or thermal fogging to completely eliminate the odor.

Removing the smoke smell

To thoroughly accomplish this task, a variety of techniques can be utilized, which all share a common goal: complete smoke odor removal. Here are some examples of proven methods:

  • AIR SCRUBBING. A technician will use high-efficiency particulate arrestor (HEPA) air scrubbers, which can remove 99.97% of particulates from the air. Eliminating these airborne particulates can also remove additional source materials for odors, improving your air quality.
  • THERMAL FOGGING. Fogging uses a petroleum-based deodorizer emitted via a thermal fogging unit. It fills the affected area with a mist-like deodorizer. Fogging counteracts odorous molecules by using fragrance modification for permanent odor neutralization. Before fogging, technicians put out any smoldering flames. Everyone in the treatment area must wear respiratory protection equipment or leave the area.
  • VAPOR MODIFICATION. This method uses an aromatic compound vaporized from a sealed plastic container that’s then dispersed into the air by a fan or blower. The mineral oils used in this process are non-toxic, non-oily, non-flammable, and non-explosive. Therefore, customers can choose to remain in or near an area during the smoke smell removal process. The deodorizer also penetrates affected porous contents like upholstery and drapery.
  • OZONE GENERATION. This is one of the most popular and familiar processes for removing airborne smoke odor molecules, including hard-to-neutralize protein smoke. Ozone is a powerful oxidizer that neutralizes odorous molecules by releasing additional oxygen into the air. Ozone, while an effective odor remover, is not an “air purifier.” Customers should not be present when an ozone generator is in operation. Ozone works best in a controlled environment, such as an ozone chamber. Within the contained chamber, odorous contents can be subjected to 24 to 48 hours of ozone gas.


1) We inspect your property’s fire damage, determining the scope of fire damage.
2) Security of Property: Boarding up, Tarping, & Debris Removal.
3) Demolition, Water Mitigation & Dry Out: After most of the debris is removed, we use specialized drying equipment and techniques to remove water and dry the property.
4) Clean Up & Smoke Removal:  This is the most intensive part of a fire damage restoration job: clean up. This step typically involves a lot of manual labor to properly clean smoke and soot from interior and exterior surfaces.
5) Construction & Restoration: The final step in returning the property to pre-loss condition is performing any necessary fire damage repairs or to rebuild fire-damaged areas.

After any fire damage situation, your primary focus should be safety: Is it safe to stay in the house? Electrical and “slip and fall” hazards are some of the most prevalent concerns. When in doubt, wait for the professionals.

Cost for restoration will depend on several factors. We have to perform an assessment of the fire damage present to give a proper estimate. We will be sure to communicate with you clearly so you understand the process and cost involved.

Your property may be covered by your insurance, depending on your specific policy. We can work with your insurance provider for a “stress free” claims process and confirm what is and is not covered by your current policy.

Check your policy, some insurance companies have a different department that handles damaged personal effects that are not structural or attached to the house.


What Our Clients Say

Our top priority is customer satisfaction, and we work closely with clients to understand their unique needs and goals.

Emily R.

After a devastating fire in our home, we were lost and overwhelmed. Clean Build Restoration stepped in and took care of everything, from the cleanup to the rebuild. Their professionalism and compassion made a difficult time much easier for us. We are forever grateful for their outstanding service.

Mark D.

When our basement flooded, we called Clean Build Restoration, and they were at our door within the hour. Their quick response and efficient work saved us from further damage. The team was friendly and explained every step of the process. Highly recommend their services!

Sarah K.

I was impressed with Clean Build Restoration’s attention to detail during our mold remediation. They were thorough, knowledgeable, and made sure our home was safe and mold-free. Their dedication to customer satisfaction is evident in their work.

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