Soot is the flaky, black substance that is made up of burning organic matter, and is scattered around your property during a fire. Not only does soot settle into your possessions, but also your walls, furniture, carpets, and more. At Midwest Carpet and Restoration, you can be confident that our soot damage restoration team will clean, restore, and secure your property effectively and in a timely manner.
Soot Damage Restoration Services
When you are in need of soot damage restoration services, our team offers effective and professional results utilizing the following services:
- Assessment of Damage: We assess any soot damage that is present in your home or workspace and prevent any additional issues. Our team also evaluates your damaged personal items to determine which ones can be restored or refurbished, ultimately saving you money on expensive replacements. Once the assessment is complete, we can then decide on the most effective plan to clean and deodorize your property.
- Complete Cleaning Services: Properly cleaning and removing all signs of soot from your belongings, walls, curtains, furniture, and more is essential for your safety and health. Our expert team uses only the best technology and tools to ensure that your property will undergo a deep clean.
- Deodorization: Soot damage can also lead to an unwanted odor that lingers in your home or office. Our technicians provide quality deodorization services to remove any unwanted smell due to lingering soot.
At Midwest Carpet and Restoration, we understand that soot damage can be an unforeseen and unwanted issue following a structure fire. That is why we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide you with convenient, fast, and professional service whenever you need it.
To ensure that all soot is removed from your property and to reduce the risk of further damage, a professional should be called immediately following a fire. If you are in need of soot damage restoration services, contact our office today. Our team will be on site within one hour of your first phone call.