Commercial Fire / Smoke Damage
Expert Commercial Fire Damage Clean Up in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts
A fire is one of the most overwhelming events any business can suffer. The effects of health hazards, physical and psychological harm can last a lifetime. Fire damage restoration requires a combination of cleaning techniques and very close attention to detail. We use emergency clean-up procedures, and make arrangements for the other required services, such as board up, duct cleaning, dry cleaning, or pack out. Odors from the smoke and soot can be absorbed by almost any surface or material, therefore they should be addressed as soon as possible. Smoke soot is quite acidic and within a short period of time it can permanently damage surfaces. Octagon Cleaning & Restoration uses nationally recognized guidelines and standards when approaching fire and smoke damaged properties. We adhere to IICRC Guidelines for fire and smoke damage repair.
Why Use a Certified Fire Damage Restoration Technician?
Professional restoration technicians understand the need for quick response. Immediate remediation is key to controlling any escalating costs. The longer the remediation is delayed, the higher the cost of restoration. As certified restorers, we have the knowledge to test materials and apply the restoration techniques required to return the items to their pre-loss condition.
Fire damage restoration requires a combination of cleaning techniques and very close attention to detail. At Octagon Cleaning & Restoration we follow nationally recognized standards when approaching fire- and smoke-damaged properties. We adhere to IICRC guidelines for fire and smoke damage repair, follow emergency clean-up procedures, and make arrangements for any other services that may be required, such as board up, duct cleaning, dry cleaning or pack out.
At Octagon Cleaning & Restoration, we approach commercial losses with an understanding of how business interruption and loss of revenue can affect an industrial company. Our experts will work with you and your insurance company to restore the property to its initial condition and you will be kept informed through each step along the way.