What is Fire Restoration? | DriTech

What is Fire Restoration? | DriTech

When fire strikes, the aftermath can be devastating, and the fire restoration process can be very complex as not all damage may be noticed immediately by the naked eye. Whilst you will find the fire flames and intense heat cause the most obvious damage, remember the old saying ‘there is no smoke without fire’, taking this into consideration you now find yourself with smoke damage to your property. Remember that smoke is a silent killer and will find its way into almost every nook and cranny in your property and indeed the surrounding area. DriTech can also provide you with more information, why not have a look at their website: https://www.dritech.co.uk/fire-restoration-damage-repairs/

Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there, soot damage which is caused when wood, coal or oil based substances are burned, releasing carbon particles into the air which eventually settle down, leaving a coat of very fine black dust, which can have a deadly outcome if inhaled. If any items are contaminated in such a manner, a fire restoration professional must assess any the damage and will advise if restoration is possible.

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Water damage may also be a factor and will cause additional damage that will need urgent attention to avoid any further issues, such as mould which can grow in colonies within 48hrs. Water damage is often overlooked when you think of fire restoration, even though water is a key component to extinguishing fires.

Fire Restoration Services

DriTech are experts with a wealth of experience when it comes to fire restoration, and can offer you the reassurance that our team will complete a full assessment of all types of damage, and will work in conjunction with your insurer throughout the whole process. We are aware of the urgency when fires strike and will endeavour to be on site within 4 hours, and all of our work is insured and guaranteed. Contact DriTech today and let us take some of the strain, and stressful experiences that arise when disaster strikes.


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