Fire and Smoke Restoration
Few events are as traumatic, or as damaging, as a fire in your home. With even the smallest fire, you must contend with not only the immediate damage of the fire and smoke to your home, furnishings and personal property, but also the loss of the sense of security and comfort so important to transforming a house into a home. After the fire department has left and the flames extinguished, National First Response can start to rebuild your home and peace of mind.
Although a fire may have been contained to a small area, like a kitchen or laundry room, the smoke created from that fire often travels throughout a home. Smoke contains microparticles of corrosive acids—and potentially all manner of toxins in a house fire—that attach to virtually every surface in your home. As time passes, those acids eat away at whatever they are attached to, causing plastics to dry and yellow, countertops to stain, metals to tarnish, furniture finishes to erode, glass and crystal to pit, and clothing, carpeting and upholstery to permanently stain.