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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration


4/14/2020 (Permalink)

Commercial Fire in Portage County Bathroom closed business for 24 hours SERVPRO assisted a Portage County business to quickly reopen following a bathroom fire.

Experiencing fire damage in your commercial building can be devastating.  SERVPRO of Portage County will quickly respond to all emergency request.  SERVPRO’S team will immediately assess the extent of damage, areas of contamination, and rapidly develop a structured mitigation plan to implement for your facility.  SERVPRO of Portage County has  over 35 years of fire damage cleanup, restoration training, and indoor environmental health experience.  SERVPRO of Portage County is focused on protecting your employees, your customers, and minimizing disruptions to your operations so that we can help keep your business running smoothly.

Heavy extensive deposit of soot and ash will require professional cleaning to remove soot particulates, contaminates and staining.  In the Portage County fire loss, SERVPRO responded to restore after a bathroom fire.  SERVPRO’s professional team of restorers used air scrubbers and containment to protect cross contamination to the non-affected area of the building.  The methods and equipment used will depend upon the type of combustible substances. Smoke and soot from wood, protein or synthetic material will each create a different kind of cleanup problem. SERVPRO was able to clean and restore this commercial property with the use of professional cleaning agents, IICRC certified cleaning technicians, and quick response.  Our Portage County customer was able to reopen their business within 24 hours of this event.

While fires are scary, professional fire damage restoration services can help minimize downtime and quickly return you to business as usual.

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