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Fire and Smoke Damage

Certified Fabric Restoration of New England Works With These Industries to Bring Textiles, Fabrics, Sports Equipment and Fire Fighter Gear Back to Life.

New England's Choice for Professional Soft Contents Restoration from Smoke, Soot and Fire Damage

Probably the most consistent reminder that a property suffered damage in a fire is the odor. Clothing and fabric that were in a home during a fire can retain smoke odor for years.

Smoke and Soot Problems

Even slight fires that don’t leave behind any primary structural damage accompanied by a pervasive aroma of smoke and a dusting of recurring soot. Water damage from fighting the fire or broken pipes can cause multiply damage. Items exposed to water, smoke, and soot after a fire will often leave the homeowner with no wardrobe, upholstered furniture, or undamaged carpets and rugs. Property owners working quickly and obtain the services of a fire damage restoration company might be able to save the majority of their soft contents or textiles like

Even if a fire will not directly injury home furniture or clothing, there are sizeable health problems linked to smoke debris that can end up in building components and materials. Even a small home flame, for example, one particular restricted to your home, can lead to substantial harm to the personal house throughout your property.

Smoke particles that stick around in clothes and furnishings, or maybe your HVAC program, can irritate.

Working with fire or smoke damaged items in your premises could be harmful. Breathing in soot can cause sinus troubles, lung issues, along with other respiratory problems down the line. Soot deposits also can trigger pores and skin problems, bothersome, and potentially harmful epidermis. Smoke damaged linens and clothes may cause irritation and free of moisture even after laundry. Eye tenderness can be another worry, as smoke debris could lead to the reddish and watering eye.

Even if the smoke injury is not apparent, it may turn into a health risk. Ensure your fire and smoke damaged items can be adequately restored should your property insurance carrier insist on getting these items repaired.

Restoring Your Fire Damaged Contents

In addition to the damage caused by the actual flames of a fire and the immense heat that can reach portions of the structure not directly affected by the flames themselves, household fires usually contain hundreds of noxious chemicals which can saturate the items within the garment. This smell is unpleasant for anyone, but is especially unbearable for anyone who has recently experienced a fire because it will often immediately trigger a powerful recollection of the tragedy. Our local business can restore your wardrobe.
That is why it is important to remove all of the odor-causing particles from clothing and other fabric items retrieved from a smoke and fire damaged building. An important way in which our fabric restoration specialists differ from other retail cleaners is that while the latter will charge for any attempts at cleaning – whether successful or not – our restoration specialists will only charge for our services if they are successful in restoring the items to their pre-loss condition or better.

Don't Hesitate, Get Your Items Cleaned and Restored

Working with fire or smoke damaged items in your premises could be harmful. Breathing in soot can cause sinus troubles, lung issues, along with other respiratory problems down the line. Soot deposits also can trigger pores and skin problems, bothersome, and potentially harmful epidermis. Smoke damaged linens and clothes may cause irritation and free of moisture even after laundry. Eye tenderness can be another worry, as smoke debris could lead to the reddish and watering eye.

Even if the smoke injury is not apparent, it may turn into a health risk. Ensure your fire and smoke damaged items can be adequately restored should your property insurance carrier insist on getting these items repaired.

What makes us different?

Accredited and highly trained staff restore your items with respect and care. The owner, Kevin Lee, is on every job and oversee the restoration process through personally.

Certified Fabric Restoration of NE uses the most advanced technology offered today when restoring and cleaning damaged contents. Our experience allows us to have an unprecedented amount of quality control in our everyday operations. This high level of care extends to property owners in a time of crisis, whether it is fire and smoke damage or water damage.

Whether we are in your home due to water damage, fire damage, or smoke damage, we are your neighbor and here to help you recover from your disaster. After the initial water removal from the property, our team at Certified Fabric Restoration of NE will handle their smoked and soot-covered item with attention during we use our skill and newest machines to clean and sanitize fabrics.

As your neighbors and active in the community, we are in Nashua, New Hampshire, but service a wide area of New England, including Merrimack, Hudson, Milford, Amherst, Pelham, Mont Vernon, Hollis, Brookline, and Mason.

We can clean all your fabric, textiles, and wardrobe after disaster.

We can clean all your fabric, textiles, and wardrobe after disaster.

Does my insurance Cover Fabric and clothing restoration?

Smoke problems after having a fireplace, and mold after having a flood, poses severe health risks to your family. In the case of partial fires or flooding in your home, smoke damage and dampness are often responsible for much of the damage done to your personal belongings. Smoke particles, in particular, can spread long after the fire, while mold thrives on building materials, furniture, and clothing affected by flooding. It becomes harder to repair smoke damage over time, and your insurance company should act quickly to successfully restore the contents in your home.

Frequently Asked Questions about restoring smoked damaged clothes

Will my homeowners insurance cover the cost of restoring my wardrobe?

Yes, It’s almost always less costly to restore clothing and other fabrics and garments than it is to replace them with new items, so the insurance companies are always happy when a company comes along who can restore smoke or mold damaged wardrobes.