Fire Restoration in West Lafayette Involves Your Entire Residence
Why SERVPRO Is Trusted to Do Fire Restoration
SERVPRO’s technicians know how to keep costs low while getting you the results your family deserves when your West Lafayette home needs fire damage restoration work. Our team combines tested techniques, experience, and industry-leading equipment to make everything “Like it never even happened” for our customers.
Your West Lafayette home might need extensive fire restoration work or just a thorough cleaning. We can scale our services to your specific situation, saving you money. Smoke and fire damage can leave soot, odors, and even water after a house fire. We have specialized equipment and products to conduct fire damage restoration work for our residential clients:
- Specialized erasers and sponges that pull soot particles off smooth surfaces
- Fogging machines that neutralize airborne particulates
- Hydroxyl generators that pair with odorous compounds and never stain or discolor damp furnishings
Our SERVPRO FSRT fire and smoke damage restoration technicians have IICRC certifications. Expertise in utilizing our equipment, cleaning, and deodorizing products results in restored homes with improved IAQ indoor air quality. Fire damage specialists understand that heat can make areas of your floor weak. Water from firefighters’ extinguishing efforts can add to the damage. We check such sites and can recommend experienced contractors to repair such deficits. Your roof also can sustain severe damage from a fire. We can tarp any areas that require it, making your home less likely to sustain additional damage before repairs occur.
Before ending all work, we perform a walk-through with you, answering your questions and providing you with the necessary information you need to update any records regarding your home.
Our dedication in the form of training, experience, and education is why families in West Lafayette trust SERVPRO of Lafayette for their fire restoration needs. Call (765) 420-0077 – We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.