Fire, Smoke, and Water Damage to a Property in Charleston
Fire and smoke damage is often significantly compounded when large amounts of pressured water from the firefighting efforts are needed. This multi-level house in the Charleston area still shows smoke stains on the walls that are saturated with water along with the staircase. SERVPRO technicians can work at removing the water and the ruined drywall panels to expose the framing for drying. Ozone machines can be placed during the night of this vacant structure to neutralize the pungent, foul-smelling odors from the smoke and water. The After Photo depicts a controlled demolition of a wing of this house that has been verified and documented as dry and has been treated with an antimicrobial agent to help prevent the growth of mold. Our FSRT fire and smoke damage restoration techs can fog with a thermal process to fully eliminate lingering odors. The property is now ready for the reconstruction.