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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

When They Call You, Call SERVPRO

10/1/2019 (Permalink)

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Mitigation requires quick action. The faster SERVPRO professionals arrive on-site to perform fire, smoke, and soot cleanup and restoration, the better the results- including lower claim costs. Within four hours of a loss notification, a SERVPRO professional will be on-site to help ensure a fire damage is handled properly by utilizing the following services.

Structural Cleaning

After a smoke or fire damage, ceilings, walls, woodwork, carpeting, and floors will often need a thorough cleaning. Your experienced local SERVPRO professionals will pretest to determine the extent of damage, then use the specific equipment and cleaning products required to clean and protect the different types of surfaces found within the structure.

Contents Cleaning

All of the restorable contents in the affected areas will be professionally cleaned and deodorized. This included area rugs, furniture, draperies, and upholstery. SERVPRO of Lancaster East can provide wet or dry cleaning services. Additionally, all of the other restorable contents will be cleaned and deodorized to preloss condition. This includes electronics, art, wood furniture, kitchen items, clothing, bedding, and much more. Finally, SERVPRO professionals can provide an inventory list of all "to be claimed" items for agents and their policyholders.

Deodorization

SERVPRO of Lancaster East provides specialized services that rid your insured's home or place of business of offensive odors left behind by fire or smoke damage. SERVPRO professionals do not merely cover up lingering odors with a fragrance; they seek out the sources of the odor and remove them.

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