Fire restoration in Doylestown, Oaks, and Philadelphia, PA

Fire restoration requires expert skills and specialized equipment

After a fire your life will be disrupted and your home will be in a right royal mess.  Getting your life and home back to normal will thus be a priority. Fire restoration is something you won’t want to put off. Scavello Restoration are disaster recovery experts in Collegeville PA, Devon PA, Exton PA, Gilbertsville PA, Harleysville PA, Malvern PA, Phoenixville PA, Pottstown PA and Reading PA and can help you with the whole cleanup, reconstruction and recovery process.

Fire Restoration requires experts who know what they are doing when it comes to securing, cleaning, drying, sanitizing, salvaging and rebuilding your home or business premises. In order to restore your home to its previous glory a fire restoration expert will first establish the type of fire and the extent of the damage. This way he can devise a proper restoration plan and accurately estimate the costs involved.

After a fire your property will likely be compromised in terms of access and safety. Fences, windows, doors, roofs and other exit or entry points might be left exposed to the elements as well as potential intruders. The structure of your property might also be weakened and could pose additional safety risks.  The disaster recovery team will do what is required to secure your property and protect it from the elements and intruders. This could involve board ups, roof tarps, temporary fencing and similar precautions. Live electrical points will also need to be neutralized.

Removing water, smoke and odors are also an important part of the restoration process. Standing water can promote the growth of mold and can quickly become contaminated. Getting rid of water, smoke, odors, soot and debris is one of the priorities in the cleanup process.  Fire restoration experts use specialized equipment to perform these tasks and to prepare your home for the actual building work. Once your home has been cleaned and sanitized the building and reconstruction phase will begin, after which your home will be as good as new.