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Methods of Cleaning Your Jacksonville Property after a Fire Damage Experience

7/8/2018 (Permalink)

Fire Damage Methods of Cleaning Your Jacksonville Property after a Fire Damage Experience When you are facing fire damage and soot, it's best to have a professional company like SERVPRO handle the remediation. Call immediately.

Team SERVPRO Uses Appropriate Cleaning Methods When Dealing With Soot and Other Damage After a Fire

After a fire damage incident, the smoke particles that move around the structure can negatively impact ceilings and walls in many ways. To prevent permanent or further damage, you need to take immediate action, and it is not advisable to do the cleaning by yourself. Not all fire events are the same, and that calls for professional help to determine the most suitable restoration procedures for your Jacksonville property.
 
Specific factors guide our SERVPRO technicians when selecting the most appropriate technique after a fire damage incident in Jacksonville. For instance, if we are cleaning walls and ceilings, we look at the type of smoke residues, the nature of the surface, and whether the area is dry cleanable or wet cleanable. Peroxide active cleaning, wet cleaning as well as well dry cleaning are the primary cleaning methods that we use.
 
Our SERVPRO technicians use dry cleaning when cleaning surfaces that have non-oily smoke residues. In this method, we use a dry clean sponge to do the job, and it is among the initial steps that we perform before extensive cleaning starts. If we need to remove light to heavy smoke residues from wooden, metal, and painted ceilings, then wet cleaning is an option.
 
Peroxide active cleaning is a suitable method for cleaning greasy particles that are on acoustical ceilings and other forms of nonporous and porous ceilings. We prefer this method when there are chances of dissolving the coating on textured ceilings through aggressive wet cleaning methods. The method also preserves the appearance of blown tiles.
 
When our SERVPRO technicians are dry cleaning your property, we usually start by cleaning the ceilings before moving to the walls to avoid introducing dirt to clean areas. To avoid streaking the walls with the cleaning solution during wet cleaning, we start by cleaning the walls and then move to the ceilings. We also clean walls from the bottom to the top when performing wet cleaning.
 
To learn more about your options, call SERVPRO of Arlington at (904) 721-2230. Our highly trained technicians offer 24-hour emergency services, and our work is made easier by the state-of-the-art facilities which we use.
 
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