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Fire & smoke damage

Smoke and Fire Mitigation

There’s no need to explain how much damage a fire can do throughout a home. Indeed, there are few things in nature that can cause as much destruction as a fire not to mention its ability to strike anywhere at any time without warning. In addition, there are other harmful elements to a fire that many people do not even realize. For instance, areas that weren’t touched by flames may still reek of smoke; the soot can also leave deep stains on the walls. Unfortunately, people who have suffered through a house fire often have no idea how to restore their home and recover what’s left of their belongings. For this reason, we’ve put together answers to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding fire and smoke mitigation.

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Indoor Air Quality

The interior of your home can present special challenges when it comes to air quality. Because there are only so many ways to get whatever is polluting the inside your home on the outside of your home, it’s important to learn about indoor pollutants and how to determine if your home contains them. Indoor air pollutants can cause serious health problems, including fatalities, if toxins such as mold spores or carbon monoxide exist inside your home. Indoor air quality experts recommend education as well as home air quality testing in order to determine if your home contains pollutants that can cause health risks. Following is information concerning indoor pollutants and how to determine if your home contains the right indoor air quality.