In Photos: Anatomy of a Fire Damage Restoration Project
Abbotts is ready to jump into action to quickly safeguard and restore your property when disaster strikes.
A recent Denver house fire left a family’s home with catastrophic damage. While fast-responding Denver firefighters saved the home, the fire still did significant damage to the structure, as well as smoke damage throughout the house. Fortunately, Abbotts is experienced in all types of fire damage restoration and was able to quickly get on the scene, clean up the mess and start helping a family put their life back together right away.
When the call comes in for a major fire restoration project, Abbotts mobilizes a well-equipped army of experts.
The fire started on the first floor, climbed the wall and moved through the walls to other parts of the house.
Cleanup after the fire was a tough, dirty job.
Once the fire got upstairs, it gained access to the attic and spaces between walls, spreading rapidly and quickly inundating the home with smoke.
Plastics and other synthetic materials used in modern construction produce highly toxic fumes when burned and present serious cleanup and restoration challenges.
Moving through spaces between walls, the fire threatened the entire structure.
Smoke traveled throughout the home, leaving foul-smelling, toxic soot behind.
Even parts of the home that seemed unaffected bore the signs of the disaster, as smoke coated and saturated surfaces.
Abbotts arrived on the scene and immediately began the process of cleaning up, safeguarding the undamaged parts of the structure and restoring the fire damaged home.
Abbotts experts always protect people and property during fire damage restoration projects.