Pro-Grade Fire Damage Cleanup
Don’t Get Burned Again
Fires can be especially devastating to your home or business. By the time the firefighters leave, your property has likely suffered from not only fire and smoke damage but also widespread water damage.
Superior Drying Technology
Every structure that suffers fire damage will also suffer some form of water damage. The extent of the fire determines the amount of water damage, so ACT will fully assess each situation to determine the best course of action.
Our company uses state-of-the-art technology to provide water-removal services during fire reconstruction. We can provide cleaning services and water extraction, or simply use drying technology to fully dry saturated areas.
One thing many people complain about following a fire is the lingering smell of smoke. Unfortunately smoke permeates, so it can take a while before you don’t notice the smell of smoke in your home or business.
More often than not, the odor remains in the HVAC system. So, every time the system kicks on, you smell smoke again. Our certified fire remediation specialists can decontaminate your HVAC system to prevent the consistent flow of smoke odor into your home or business.
Going the Extra Mile
As a leading fire damage restoration company in Wichita, Kansas, we will fully remove all soot stains and debris on or around your structure. We can also check the air quality and install air filtration systems to further clean the air in your home or business.
If you need emergency fire restoration services, give ACT a call and let us help you put your world back together.
Fire Damage Tips
1. Safety First
Before you begin cleaning up, always put safety first. Make sure the affected area is safe for you, your family and pets. If floors, ceilings or walls are affected, they may be dangerous to be around.
2. Call the Pros
Start with your restoration provider ACT at (316) 262-9992, and we will dispatch to your home 24/7/365. Time is of the essence with fire and smoke damage — the quicker you can start the cleanup, the more you can save.
3. Document the Loss
Take pictures of affected areas and be sure not to disturb the room that the fire started in so that insurance and fire investigators can determine the cause of the fire.
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