According to the National Fire Protection Association, approximately 300,000 – 400,000 thousand home structure fires occur each year in the US. The leading cause is found to be attributed to cooking equipment related issues, accounting for 43% of all residential home fires. The aftermath of a residential fire damage can leave homeowners and other property owners with the burden of facing extremely difficult and complex decisions. Issues related to property damage of items such as drywall, flooring, insulation, HVAC systems and other interior finishes are just some of the many concerns one should have when dealing with fire and smoke claims.
Properly identifying and investigation other potential issues such as soot removal, deodorization, structural damage restoration & repairs may create larger obstacles to the simple apparent cosmetic damage to finishes that an insurance company’s adjuster may just consider. Property owners are also faced with the delicate and emotional toll that damage to personal property such as cloths, furniture, electronics, and items of sentimental value can take on one whose house just burned. Displacement of one’s home in many cases is the biggest loss to someone dealing with a fire damage and smoke damage claim. Navigating and understanding the process of a fire claim will be overwhelming, the assistance of an experience and qualified public adjuster can prove to be essential to the policyholder.
From the destruction of personal belongings to property damage, a fire can be devastating. Smoke can seep into every area of your home or business, making it difficult to know what to do. At One Stop Restoration, we are here to help you pick up the pieces. Don’t let our name fool you. When it comes to smoke damage restoration, you won’t find more knowledgeable or qualified professionals. If disaster strikes, you can count on our certified specialists 24/7 to help you restore what matters most.