If a fire occurs in your home or business, the situation can be devastating. Fire damage and smoke damage can leave devastating issues in their wake. After the fire trucks are gone, you have to deal with the aftermath. While it can seem like an impossible task, hiring a fire restoration expert is a smart way to easily take care of the damage and issues while reducing the stress of the situation. Cumming Restoration has specialized experience in water and fire damage restoration services. We also have the tools and ability to remove the often-pervasive smoke odor and to deep-clean the soot out of carpet and upholstery.
By hiring Cumming Restoration, you have someone working quickly to provide smoke restoration and fire remediation services. With these services, you don’t have to worry about the damage getting worse or other issues that may arise. Remember, after a fire the water used for putting out the fire can result in the growth and spread of mold within just 24 to 48 hours. Our professionals will arrive at your house or building and begin working right away to help mediate the damage and keep it from getting worse due to inaction. When the specialists working on the fire and smoke remediation that’s needed, a home or business owner can feel confident their structure will be restored to its former state and that all signs of damage will be eliminated or removed. This is something that isn’t possible with a DIY cleanup process. The process that goes into fire reconstruction and smoke reconstruction is a multi-faceted, complex process that involves several steps and processes, each of which is crucial to the recovery of your building or home. Remember, finding the right fire restoration service provider is essential to achieve the desired results for the remediation and reconstruction process that needs to be done. Cumming Restoration will be able to evaluate the damage present and make a plan to ensure the proper steps are taken to restore the building or home while making sure that there are no other issues that may occur.