Fire Damage Mitigation/ Restoration Services
Property fires are among the most dangerous and damaging natural disasters. There are several things that can start a fire including candles, stoves with open flames, gas leaks, and fireplaces.
While it might be tempting to handle fire damage restoration services yourself, it’s not advisable to do so. Instead, we recommend contacting professional fire damage restoration services.
At American Restoration Professionals, we have a team of highly-trained restoration technicians, cutting-edge tools, and go above and beyond to help you regain total control of your life.
Our IIRC-certified professionals in Stoughton, Massachusetts, can eliminate soot and smoke smell to restore your property to its pre-fire state. We are available around the clock to clean up, repair, and restore any affected part of your home or business space.
Why You Need Professional Fire Damage Restoration Services
- Fire damage to your Stoughton, Massachusetts, property is best left to professionals. Here at American Restoration Professionals, we hold a local contractor’s license, insurance, and certification for fire restoration.
- Our team is IICRC certified and receives continuous training in all forms of fire restoration techniques, equipment, and diagnostics to return your property to its pre-fire state.
- Even though we cannot replace the items destroyed in the fire, we can at least offer you some solace by promising to make every effort to return you to your everyday life as swiftly and painlessly as possible.
- To speak with a fire damage restoration technician for emergency help, call (617) 945-4510.
Our Stoughton, Massachusetts fire damage restoration services
A fire can be terrible and needs to be cleaned out, restored, and repaired by experts. American Restoration Professionals is available 24/7 to help you return to your Massachusetts property.
Our fire restoration services include:
- Fire damage restoration
- Fire damage repair
- Fire damage cleanup
- Emergency roof board/wrap up
- Smoke damage restoration
- Odor removal
- Contents restoration
- Structural damage repairs
Our Step-by-Step Fire Damage Restoration Process
Every fire damage is different, and we’re dedicated to offering fire damage restoration services tailored to your specific requirements. However, our professionals adhere to these procedures to guarantee that you get the best services when you need them.
1. Service Request
When you contact American Restoration Professionals, our experts will swiftly visit your property. Our experienced specialists are available round-the-clock and can reach the damaged area in under an hour. Our technicians will set up an appointment for you if you need a specific time to assess the fire damage.
2. Damage Assessment and Repair Estimation
An expert estimator will visit your home or place of business, assess the damage, and offer a prompt restoration estimate. We can even work with your insurance to get the job along swiftly so you can return to your normal life.
3. Fire Damage Restoration & Cleanup
A specialized project manager will manage every step of the restoration process for your property. We’ll keep you informed every step of the way, and we’ll treat your house and business with the same respect and care we would our own.
American Restoration Professionals is your best option for fire damage restoration in Stoughton, Massachusetts.
We are available to assist you 24/7, 365 days a year, regardless of the scope or severity of the damage.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you get the smell out?
We can remove the smell by air scrubbing with HEPA air scrubbers, removing all porous materials, cleaning with approved soot removing agents, dry chemical sponges, demolition and encapsulation of areas that are non-porous.
Do I have enough coverage?
Check your policy or talk to your insurance agent to make sure you have coverage. with time, prices of materials and labor go up and we should make sure that our coverage is enough to cover a loss in today's market.
Will you have to replace all porous materials like insulation and carpets?
Yes, porous materials are not recommended to be left in place by the IICRC. Carpets need to be replaced if they are delaminated or damaged by fire, smoke, or soot. Smoke damages them even if they don't look charred.