Fire, Smoke & Water Restoration


318 Bethel Drive
Woodstock, GA  30189

16775 Oakmont Ave.
Gaithersburg MD 20877

246 West Ashland Street
Doylestown, PA 18901

14644 N Cave Creek Rd., Suite 7-8-9
Phoenix, AZ  85022

P.O. Box 13764
Milwaukee, WI 53213

5205D Starkey Road
Roanoke, VA 24018

6974 Corsica Drive
Germantown, TN 38138 

5143 Bellewood Ct. Suite B
Buford, GA 30518 

918 S Westwood Ave.
Addison, IL 60068 

111 Main St.
Whitehouse Station, New Jersey 08889

7183 West US 40
Cumberland, IN 46229

6240 E. Interstate 20
Aledo, TX 76008

49349 Seven Mile Rd.
Northville, MI 48167

860 Piner Road, #24
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

7922 Santa Ana Rd.
Ventura, Ca 93001-9723

708 West Bay Ave.
Barnegat, NJ 08005

712 Franklin Street
Natchez, MS 39120

253 Briar Dr.
Martinez , Ca 94553

726A S. Westland Dr.
Appleton, WI 54914

PO Box 786
West Warwick, RI 02893

Fire, Smoke & Water Damage Restoration

The very first consideration in Water Damage Restoration is to always turn the power off. Turn off the main braker. Water and electricity is a deadly pair. Next is to stop the flow of water if it is occurring. You can shut off the main valve. You cannot start cleanup until those are performed. It truly is important to remove the water as quickly as possible so you can get a head of mold and mildew growth. You should protect yourself by wearing rubber gloves and a mask during the clean-up process.

Smoke and soot can damage your home and belongings and cause odors that linger for years, so when it comes to repairing fire damage, call PRI restoration experts to get your property, and your life, back into shape.

You may be anxious to clean your home after a fire, but unless you take the time to get professional advice, you may be wasting your efforts or creating further damage. Contact your insurance agency immediately once the fire is out. He or she can provide advice on replacement of damaged items. Call an expert PRI member for advice on restorations. If you rent, also notify the owner so both of you can assess the damage.

Fire restorers can provide hints to prevent further damage, help determine which items can or cannot be refurbished, and provide estimates and services for thoroughly cleaning and deodorizing your home and furnishings. These services can be expensive, but the cost may be substantially less than the cost of replacing damaged furnishings and floors.

Specializing in deodorization, smoke and soot removal, refinishing and restoration PRI technicians respond to emergencies quickly to assess the most effective process for restoration, and they keep you informed along every step of the way. Whether you need emergency damage control or restoration services for your home or business, PRI members approach every job with the immediacy and diligence it requires.

Call one of our experts to get the peace of mind that only comes with speedy service and a job done right, the first time.

Fire & Smoke Damage

Even if you don't hire a professional fire, smoke and water damage restorer, you can minimize further damage by following these guidelines. Be sure you have permission from your fire marshal to safely re-enter your home before doing so.

Get the air moving. Open windows to ventilate areas. Install a fan to circulate air. Note: if there has been substantial water damage and the weather is warm, you will probably need to keep the windows shut and run a dehumidifier. In cold weather, your heating system is operating and the cold air will usually help remove the moisture. In this case, change your furnace filter daily until it shows no soot.

Dry wet items as soon as possible. Use fans and dehumidifiers to dry carpets and draperies. If not thoroughly dried, carpets and floors underneath may be quickly damaged beyond repair by mold and mildew.

Remove brass and copper items and clean them using brass or copper cleaner (smoke can etch brass or copper in 24 hours).

Place aluminum foil or plastic food wrap under furniture legs to protect carpets from stain and rust spots. Remove oriental rugs or other colored rugs from wet wall-to-wall carpeting.

Cover dry, clean items with plastic while other repairs are in progress.

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Professional Restorers International
Members in this category can provide major restorations and repairs on light to heavily damaged furniture, antiques or fine art items caused by fire, smoke or exposure to water. If you have had a fire or flood call a professional as soon as possible. To minimize damage, time is of the essence.