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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

After a Fire

3/8/2019 (Permalink)

Kitchen Fire that affected the entire house.

If you experience a fire in your Blackwood or Gloucester Township home or office, you get everyone out and let the fire department put it out. Fire is a danger to you and your family. Unfortunately, the dangers of fires continue long after the fire is out.

There are health risks involved with fires. Plastics, for one, can lead to a variety of health risks. When synthetic materials burn, they release toxic fumes in the air and should be removed from the house. Even a small kitchen fire is likely to burn things like plastic cups, milk jugs, and so on. Every plastic item that burns means your health is that much more at risk.

If you have an older home, one that was built somewhere between the 1950s and the 1980s, there is a risk for asbestos that was used in many buildings during that time. This can put your family at risk for serious respiratory issues as well as cancer. These reasons are why you should call SERVPRO of Blackwood/Gloucester Township for fire restoration immediately.

The risk can spread all throughout your home or office through the air conditioning system. This is because the particles of smoke and soot are so small that traditional HVAC filters cannot capture them. So when your air conditioning runs, it is actually circulating these toxic substances to every room in the home or office, meaning that a small fire may soon threaten your entire home or office.

SERVPRO of Blackwood/GloucesterTownship has trained professionals to make your home or office safe after a fire. We thoroughly inspect your home and remove any dangerous substances that may be circulating. Professional restoration is necessary when you experience a fire.

SERVPRO of Blackwood/Gloucester Township is here to help make it “Like it never even happened."

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