Experiencing a fire can be a devastating and disorienting event, leaving individuals with a profound sense of loss, and an overwhelming feeling of helplessness. That's where Double Clean comes in - offering assistance and expertise to help you emerge from the rubble, renewed and resilient.

Serving clients all over Canada, our dedicated team of skilled professionals will guide you through the complex and intricate journey of fire damage restoration. With our cutting-edge methods and timely emergency support, Double Clean is your unwavering ally, as you reclaim your home or business from the aftermath of a fire.

What is Fire Damage Recovery?

The first 24 to 48 hours after a fire are crucial for regaining control of your property. To ensure the best possible outcome, trust a Double Clean Restoration emergency response team to secure your assets and minimize further deterioration.

Keep in mind that soot and smoke don't just cause corrosion; they can damage vital components too. Don't forget the additional complications from unpleasant smoke odours and fire-extinguishing products – we've got you covered.

Fire Damage Restoration Process

Our fire damage restoration process includes:

  • Assess the Property – Welcome to our Fire Damage Restoration Services! Our skilled experts will meticulously assess your home or business, pinpointing the ideal equipment for a successful restoration. We go the extra mile by detecting harmful toxins, ensuring safety, maintaining structural strength, and reviving your property’s functionality. Trust in our professionalism and friendly approach for an outstanding recovery experience.
  • Cleaning and Removal – We’ll carefully handpick damaged items and whisk them away for deodorization and revival. Together, we’ll prioritize salvaging furniture and cherished belongings while bidding farewell to the unsalvageable.
  • Safeguard Property – Post-fire, dwellings and establishments may suffer from structural harm. To shield against leaks and reinforce weakened parts, we expertly deploy tarping and boarding techniques for roofs and other affected areas.
  • Water Damage Restoration – Our advanced tools and techniques specialize in restoring your property from water damages caused by fire extinguishing products. Trust us to thoroughly dry and protect your home or business from potential mould and bacteria, ensuring a healthy, rejuvenated space.
  • Soot and Smoke Damage Services – Experience the Transformation: Eliminate unsightly tarnish, lingering odours, and stubborn stains caused by smoke and soot with our exceptional services. Utilizing top-tier products, we conquer the most tenacious traces and banish smoke odours from your property, leaving it pristine and welcoming.
  • Cleaning and Disinfecting – Our meticulous cleaning and disinfecting process tackles even the tiniest detail in fire-damaged areas. We revive appliances and structural elements, bringing them back to their original splendor.

How Do You Repair Fire Damage?

Discover the comprehensive fire damage restoration process! Not only does it efficiently address visible structural damage, but it also tackles the hidden consequences of fire.
With factors such as:
• cost of replacement vs. restoration,
• smoke and heat effects,
• loss of use,
• value,
• sentimental worth,
you can be confident that your precious contents will be thoroughly evaluated for recovery. Act quickly to restore normalcy and preserve your valuable assets with our professional, friendly services.

Professional Fire Damage Restoration Services

Experience a fresh start with Double Clean Fire Restoration! We offer:
• Emergency Board-Up
• Site Containment (safety barriers)
• Demolition
• Smoke and Soot Removal
• Thermal Deodorization
• Complete Reconstruction

Breathe easy with our Thermal Deodorization and welcome transformation with our Complete Reconstruction solutions. Trust Double Clean Restoration – your professional and friendly partner in fire damage recovery.

Fire Damage & Smoke Cleanup FAQs

  • What is Fire Damage Restoration?

    Fire damage restoration is the process of repairing and restoring a property that has been damaged by fire. Smoke and soot can be difficult to remove, and the fire restoration process often includes repairing any damage caused by the fire, as well as cleaning and restoring the property.

  • What You Can Do on Your Own?

    Fire and smoke damage can be very disorienting and overwhelming. However, there are some steps you can take on your own in the early stages after the fire to help minimize further damage and speed up the restoration process. Here are a few tips: 1) If possible, stop the fire from spreading. This may include putting out remaining flames with a fire extinguisher, closing all doors and windows to contain smoke and fumes, and shutting off the main breaker if there is extensive fire damage. 2) Remove as much of the soot as you can with a dry cloth or vacuum cleaner. Soot will stain surfaces and attract moisture, which will lead to further damage. 3) Keep wet items separated from dry items. Preventing wet items from coming into contact with dry items will help them both dry faster. 4) Open all windows and doors to allow fresh air inside. Smoke odor can become trapped in closed spaces and quickly become overwhelming. 5) Contact your insurance company as soon as possible after fire damage occurs. They will be able to provide you with guidance on what steps need to be taken next.

  • How long does it take to repair fire damage?

    It can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to repair fire damage, depending on the severity of the damage. Smoke and soot can be difficult to remove, and may require special cleaning methods.

  • How to repair fire damage?

    Smoke and soot will often coat surfaces and belongings in a home after a fire. In order to minimize damage, it is important to clean these surfaces as soon as possible. Soot can be removed with a dry cloth, and smoke can be removed with a mixture of water and dish soap.<br /> If there is any fire damage to the home itself, it is important to repair it as soon as possible. This may include replacing walls, ceilings, or flooring that was damaged by the fire.