SERVPRO Can Remove the Effects of Fire and Smoke Damage from Dallas Properties
Dallas Area Fire Damage Professional Explain Possible Problems with the Heating And Ventilation Systems
After a fire takes place, the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning or HVAC system inside your Dallas home could have got negatively affected. Contaminated HVAC systems can become a large part of any fire damage restoration project. Even small blazes can produce smoke that can spread throughout your house. Once smoke cools, it can leave behind soils and soot residues. When this occurs, it is smart to call in a professional mitigation company like SERVPRO.
Our team of experts can handle many of the problems you might find during a fire damage problem in Dallas. Once we receive a call from you indicating that you have had an emergency problem, our SERVPRO technicians can arrive promptly. The initial step we take is to inspect your entire property for possible issues. We look for signs of soot residue contamination, and we can also use our test cleaning kits to conclude which items we can save and what methods can work best during restoration.
As a part of our initial inspection, we can also check your HVAC system. We start by discovering if the fire started near any of the HVAC intake vents. We then look for evidence and question you to find out how long the blaze inside your house burned. We also try to find out whether your HVAC system was powered on and in use while the fire took its toll.
If the HVAC system has been negatively affected, then we take further steps during our initial inspection phase. We can check your HVAC venting to see what type of soot residues are present inside your ducting. We can also look inside the ducts to ascertain if the residues are light, moderate, or heavy and the degree of odors present.
We can then determine the best mitigation methods with the final scoping to minimize any secondary damages, including water removal, mold remediation, and air quality work. During some restoration projects, we can seal off your HVAC system and use an ultra-low volume or ULV fogger to dispense chemicals inside your air ducts. The chemicals get broken down into a fog that replicates how smoke moved throughout your HVAC system.
Call SERVPRO of Northwest Dallas at (214) 361-7887 for professional fire damage restoration and cleanup. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.