Walkthrough of How Our Techs Overcome Fire Damage in a Colorado Springs Home
As you can see from this video, the damage to this South Colorado Springs home spread quickly once it began. While the fire originated in the basement level of the residence, every area of the house ultimately became affected by smoke damages, soot, and other hazardous effects. These conditions remain a testament to the essential role that trained professionals like ours play in restoring homes after a fire, even when they could be unsafe or unfit for your family.
Our Marketing Manager Dave Kraszewski briefly touches on the work that has to happen to this South Colorado Springs residence to bring it back to preloss condition. Part of this process is the removal of overly damaged materials throughout the house, as you can see from the short clip. Our technicians wore full Tyvek suits and respirators while performing the tear out of the unsalvageable components, and our team worked to bring the home back to a point where we could rebuild and recover the loss.
The fire began with an electrical short which occurred in the now highly damaged basement area, from this ignition, the flames and effects spread quickly throughout the house. The basement suffered the worst of the immediate damages, though effects like smoke and soot spread through the first floor and attic space, which requires concentrated cleaning and deodorization techniques to restore. Once the tear out of damaged materials ends, our SERVPRO technicians can get to work on cleaning, deodorizing and build back to make this situation “like it never even happened.”
Fires in your home can spread quickly throughout the floors and open areas to affect a much broader area than you might believe. Overcoming these effects is often not a safe thing for a homeowner to attempt on their own, and our SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs technicians have the training and advanced equipment to do it efficiently. Let us help you restore your home back to the way it used to be as efficiently as possible. Give our emergency response team a call today at (719) 574-2789.