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How Else Do Fire Damage Restoration Services in Daytona Beach Help Hotel Facilities Apart From Fixing Damages?

9/21/2020 (Permalink)

Burnt house after the fire SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange tackles all aspects of a fire loss incident, “Like it never even happened.”

Management of the Loss Site Is One of the Key Roles SERVPRO Plays during Fire Damage Restoration in Daytona Beach Business Facilities

When a fire breaks out at your hotel, you have to fix the damages and take care of other logistical issues. In many cases, closing down and sending your staff and customers temporarily away is inevitable to give space to those doing the restoration. However, logistical aspects of the restoration can still cause problems. When SERVPRO manages restoration at your Daytona Beach facility, you do not have to worry about such challenges.

What are some necessary steps that fall under management of fire loss sites?
Before you embark on fire damage restoration at your Daytona Beach hotel, you might need to perform some checks or take some preparatory steps. While such steps may not fix the damage, they can reveal useful information or help prevent some adverse outcomes. A few examples of such steps that our SERVPRO technicians undertake include:
    •    Checking electrical safety issues like frayed or bare wires
    •    Confirming physical integrity of structural components
    •    Restoring heat to the structure
    •    Boarding up any openings in the structure

Various aspects of the fire incident, including the flames, heat, and water used to quell the flames, as well as the accumulation of corrosive elements such as soot, can affect your electrical cables, sockets, and other installations. Flames and water exposure can also weaken structural supports. Starting restoration processes without inspecting the structure can pose risks to those doing restoration.  Our SERVPRO technicians perform various checks, including:
    •    Checking the level of charring using char depth gauges
    •    Using circuit checkers to confirm there are no short-circuits
    •    Checking moisture levels in structural supports using moisture meters

What restorative role does heating play in a burnt structure?
Maintaining ideal temperature levels in a structure after fire damage can help protect the contents. For instance, the high humidity in the air from the water spilled during fire suppression can damage television sets and other electronics by corroding internal parts. Heating helps keep them from cooling to the dew point, thus avoiding such damage.

SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange tackles all aspects of a fire loss incident, “Like it never even happened.” Call us at (386) 788-0358.

Is it Possible to Rid Mold from a Home?

9/8/2020 (Permalink)

damaged ceiling and walls from black mold and water SERVPRO Says--Don't Procrastinate when mold appears in your South Daytona Home--Call us fast for remediation and damage mitigation

To Restore Your South Daytona After a Mold Infestation, Call SERVPRO

Why SERVPRO? How Badly Can Mold Damage My Home?

An active infestation of mold spores can penetrate the wood, drywall, and even the carpets of your home in South Daytona. Expert mold removal by SERVPRO requires stopping active mold growth, removing most spores, and reducing the risk of future infestations.

Can’t SERVPRO Eliminate Mold in My Home?

Not completely. Mold spores are nearly as common as dust. Usually, they are dormant, which means they are not growing or a threat. In a South Daytona property mold spores can start germinating with only a few drops of water, developing further, then extending hyphae to search for more water and a source of food, which almost every type of building material in the structure.

Our technicians begin restoration by determining the extent of the growth. That includes finding any nearby water and removing it with cloths and sponges, using extraction wands for larger pools and puddles, halting growth.

Next, they remove the visible mold colonies from affected surfaces with dry or damp sponges. If the mold layers are very thick, technicians use hand-scrapers and an antimicrobial cleaner to loosen them. If the hyphae had time to penetrate the surface of wall framing, for example, technicians can use hand-sanders to scrape off the top layers to get to the mold. For hyphae deeper into the wood, we have an additional option of a soda-blasting machine to remove them.

After removal, technicians spray an antimicrobial agent over the affected surfaces to reduce the risk of returning mold. Once it dries, they check for water and active mold.

Are There Other Risks About Mold

In some people, mold can cause health effects. These are rare occurrences, and SERVPRO technicians concentrate strictly on the physical damage.

To get started with your home here or in Daytona Beach, call SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange at (386) 788-0358 for your mold restoration needs. We are here for you and your family.

How Does Water Get Removed from Different Materials in South Daytona?

9/7/2020 (Permalink)

Flooding Room With Blank Frame Hanging On The Wall “Like it never even happened.”

We always seek to restore your South Daytona home over the replacement of materials, so understanding how to dry exposed elements can make this process successful.

As overwhelming as a water disaster might seem in your South Daytona home or business, swift action from professional water restoration companies like our SERVPRO team can help. We approach every emergency with the urgency it is due, as standing water and exposure can irreparably harm structural elements and contents of the house. While some of the restorations for exposed materials can happen without much trouble, several construction choices have a rigid restoration timeline.

Homes are not constructed with a single type of material, meaning that the water damage restoration for South Daytona properties involves multiple approaches, equipment, and strategies. The way that wall systems get dried and restored varies from the damage that flooring materials might endure after prolonged exposure. Despite the changes in how we address and overcome drying obstacles in a property after a disaster, we must evaluate and assess impacted structural elements with the same categorizing factors. These include the porosity of the material, the steps for drying it, and at what point controlled demolition becomes inevitable.

How Does Drywall Become Damaged?
Because of its typical use in modern homes, drywall is often one of the universally exposed construction materials in both residences and businesses. While internal elements like the framing might change with commercial construction, drywall is the cheapest wall surface that can be painted or covered to the preferences of the owner. With how easily gypsum can fall victim to pooling water or heightened moisture contents, it is critical to understand the best approach to protect these materials when possible and the rest of the structure when it is not.

    •    Porosity/Permeance – In the realm of construction materials, drywall is among the most porous and able to pass water. This high porosity means that complete exposure and eventual oversaturation can happen on a short timetable.
    •    Drying – If it is deemed possible to dry out sheetrock after exposure, this often happens with centrifugal air movers positioned at the problem areas.
    •    Controlled Demolition – Drywall is often removed after exposure because this is a low-cost material. It usually costs more to attempt to restore it and clean it than it would to replace it with a new sheet.

Can Carpeted Floors Get Successfully Dried?
Carpets are also a staple of modern construction for their feel and look in the living space. Water damage occurring around these materials can show the high sensitivities of carpet materials to pooling water and moisture concerns. Evaluating the likelihood of removing this water damage before irreparable harm occurs saves time for restoration and recovery.

    •    Porosity/Permeance – Carpets are hygroscopic materials, meaning that they are immediately impacted by water exposure and can absorb water vapor in the air.
    •    Drying – When the drying process begins quickly, hygroscopic materials are among the first to recover when irreversible damages have not already taken place.
    •    Controlled Demolition – The need for controlled demolition might not always exist for the upper surface layer. The carpet itself is more resilient to damage and drying than the padding underneath.

Do Wooden Elements Like Flooring and Framing Fair Better?
Wood is not impermeable, so this material can also show signs of damage and harm after exposure to water damage effects. Because many water disasters begin in structural cavities, framing can often become exposed to water before flooring materials or drywall.

    •    Porosity/Permeance - Wood in either flooring or framework is considered semi-porous. While these surfaces do not absorb moisture as fast as carpets and sheetrock, they can experience the same absolute damages.
    •    Drying – For flooring that becomes damaged by exposure of standing water, we can remove surface threats with squeegee wands and extractors. Pulling moisture from the flooring or framing involves drying mats, air movers, and dehumidifiers.
    •    Controlled Demolition – If approached quickly enough by our qualified SERVPRO team, controlled demolition is not often necessary. Prolonged exposure can lead to warping and distortion of the wood, which requires removal and replacement.

Do Unfinished Materials Become Damaged Faster?
When damage to unfinished materials like the framing and plywood in an attic or supports in a basement becomes exposed to water and vapor, they can be more readily damaged. Without treatments or coverings for the materials, such as a finish on wood flooring, you have no vapor barriers to protect the material substrate, so absorption and subsequent damage occurs at a more accelerated rate.

Understanding how different materials get dried and protected after a disaster ensures that professionals like our SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange are doing the most to restore and repair the property. Give us a call anytime at (386) 788-0358.

Is SERVPRO a Good Water Damage Restoration Service For South Daytona?

8/27/2020 (Permalink)

A SERVPRO employee getting equipment out of a van. Let SERVPRO prove your water damage is safe with us.

SERVPRO is One of the Better Water Damage Restoration Companies in South Daytona.

Although several local companies restore water damage in South Daytona, few do the job as well as SERVPRO.  This effectiveness is due to our extensive training, experience, and dedication to customer satisfaction.

We consider ourselves to be more than just an impersonal South Daytona water damage restoration business.  Our skilled professionals are members of the community and truly want to help their fellow neighbors recover from the effects of leaks and other water issues.  This mindset and intense dedication to customers has been illustrated in various ways over the years, including by:

  • Our high customer satisfaction ratings on Facebook and Google Reviews; currently 5-stars and 4-stars, respectively
  • The several exceedingly positive testimonials satisfied customers have left on the company’s website
  • Our strong reputation in the local community for fast, quality service
  • The many Gold and Silver awards our franchise has received from SERVPRO’s head office for its strong sales performance

Through our interactions with the local community and all those we do business with, we have developed a reputation for being trustworthy, caring, and committed to professional excellence.

What Advanced Water Damage Restoration Expertise Do SERVPRO Technicians Have?

Company technicians receive a great deal of restoration industry training and accumulate impressive amounts of hands-on experience.  They hold certifications from the standard-setting Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) in such areas as water damage restoration, applied structural drying, applied microbial remediation, carpet cleaning, upholstery & fabric cleaning, carpet repair & reinstallation, and odor control.  Their advanced knowledge and skills in restoring water damage have been recognized by the IICRC.  The organization has awarded them the distinction of being “master water restorers.”

Regardless of what causes your water damage, rest assured that there is a friendly neighborhood service that can help you restore it.  In the event of leaks or other water issues, call SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach/Port Orange at (386) 788-0358 for help.

How Does Flood Cleanup Work?

8/14/2020 (Permalink)

Home in flood water Flood damage can result anywhere in your home. Call the professionals at SERVPRO today for remediation assistance.

SERVPRO Has Proven Flood Damage Techniques to Execute Prompt, Reliable Restoration of Your South Daytona Property.

Storms in the South Daytona area can bring on excess wind and rain, which often leads to flooding. The water from a storm brings contamination, soiling, and much cleanup if it makes its way inside your home. Calling in SERVPRO helps ensure you limit the loss and restore your interior back to pre-flood condition faster. We are ready to work and available to respond in as little as four hours from your initial call. Our team always arrives with the latest equipment and techniques to ensure the job gets done right the first time.

How Does Restoration Begin?

Flood damage in South Daytona should get addressed as soon as possible. Once you go past the 24 to 48-hour mark, you can run into a wide variety of secondary damages:

  • Water migrating away from the flood-loss zone, creating hidden moisture pockets
  • Deterioration of various materials from extended moisture exposure
  • Potential microbial growth and mold development

Will Work Commence Within the Timeframe?

SERVPRO is available 24/7 for rapid flood damage service, ensuring you have the team and technology on your side. We know that time is of the essence, so we arrive fast, develop a plan, and begin executing it as soon as possible. Throughout the cleanup, water removal, and drying, we adjust our equipment accordingly to achieve the best results while working to meet our goals. 

The severity of the flooding in your home and the type of water are significant factors in how we proceed. We always work to:

  • Carefully scope the loss to select the right tools and methods
  • Remove materials and contents from the flood zone
  • Extract all standing water and remove all debris
  • Finish up all impacted areas with proper cleaning and disinfection with EPA-registered products

SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach/Port Orange is here to ensure your flood damage is taken care of promptly. Call (386) 788-0358, and we send out a team to get started fast.

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Things are Getting Complicated -- Who Can Help with Unexpected Issues During Fire Damage Restoration in Daytona Beach?

8/9/2020 (Permalink)

inside of a home that sustained fire damage Fire damage can leave hazards material left over in your home. Contact SERVPRO for fire damage restoration and remediation to get rid of the material.

SERVPRO Is a Full-Service Fire Restoration Company, Ready to Help with Routine and Advanced Mitigation and Remediation Issues for Dayton Beach Residents

Disasters can reveal some secrets within the structure of your that require special handling. When a fire damages your Daytona Beach house hazardous materials you might have been unaware were inside your dwelling can become an issue. When you are already dealing with an unsafe and chaotic situation, discovering additional serious problems can be overwhelming. Some biohazards like lead, asbestos, and mold might require specialized and licensed technicians to remove them. If the fire damage company you hire has advanced certifications, you avoid seeking out and hiring additional contractors.

I Was Not Prepared for the Vast Quantity of Water After Fire Damage -- Who Helps with This?

When you hire SERVPRO to help with fire damage restoration in your Daytona Beach home, you also gain access to our highly-qualified water removal and structural drying team. Our managers and technicians train with the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the restoration industry-standard developers. Many of our Fire and Smoke Restoration Technicians (FSRT) also hold a Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT) certification. Our technical resources allow us to safely manage the contaminated firefighting water before moving on to clean up of fire residues and deodorization.

You Mentioned Biohazards -- How Does the Team Handle These Concerns?

If we discover dangerous materials during scoping of the job or as we begin to complete tasks, our specialized crews arrive to take charge of these significant roadblocks to the overall project. The risks associated with mold damage, asbestos, and lead-based paint must resolve swiftly. Exposure can cause immediate as well as long term health issues. Both federal and state regulatory agencies have specific directives for abating the risks. Typically the remediation of a biohazard includes:

  • Locating all of the hazardous material
  • Containing the materials pursuant to best practices and applicable regulations
  • Disposing of the materials and any contaminated structural components and contents according to hazardous waste protocols

Are "Normal" Fire Debris Also Hazardous?

When the flames and the fire's heat moved through your Daytona Beach home, the fuel was everyday building components and contents. When these materials combust, a broad range of toxic gasses and particulates result as the structure and items undergo chemical transformations. The soot covering every surface and the chunks of charred materials are hazardous, containing known carcinogens and irritants. Our crews move through your home, collecting and bagging the debris and cleaning the residue-covered surfaces with propriety cleaning products and tools matched to each type of residue and surface.

How Do Restoration Companies Protect and Improve Air Quality?

During a residential fire in your Daytona Beach home smoke billows, a combination of volatile gasses, water vapor, and soot, which is the incompletely combusted remains of the materials burned. The fine but abrasive particles can remain airborne for quite a while before settling. Capturing the soot in the air is a proactive way to not only reduce the residue that coats surfaces but also to get ahead on odor control. It is common for us to use these chambers during biohazard containment as well. We use the following strategies to attempt to clear the air:

  • We wrap the affected areas in 1.6 mil polypropylene -- conduit is used to support the heavy-duty plastic creating the smaller areas
  • We employ negative pressure air scrubbers inside the chambers to seal the perimeter of the "room" and force the contaminated air through HEPA filters before exhausting the filtered air to the outdoors

What Is the Process for Restoration of Residue-Encrusted Surfaces?

Building materials affected by soot undergo an evaluation that considers the type of soot and the durability of the surface. Our technicians then choose an appropriate cleaning product (oil or water-based) and a method to loosen the residues, so they suspend in a solution for rinsing or wiping away. We take care to adjust the agitation and abrasion level to ensure the cleaning process does not damage the surface. Other adjustments include the temperature of the cleaning product and the dwell time. If the soot-covered item is loose or can be detached, we consider the use of immersion or ultrasonic cleaning in tanks at our production facility.

Have confidence in the comprehensive training, experience, and customer service SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange brings to every fire damage restoration project, including yours. Call (386) 788-0358 with a timeline for when the firefighters will be leaving the scene so we can be ready.

Contractor Licenses:

Mold Remediation: MRSR515 Florida License

Biohazard: 64-64-1785570

What is the Best Way to Get Rid of Mold After a Pipe Leak?

7/20/2020 (Permalink)

view of bridge and palms in south daytona SERVPRO Provides Mold Remediation for South Daytona Commercial Enterprises

SERVPRO technicians bring their experience and advanced remediation methods to your South Daytona business property

A slow leak can leave a complicated mess to clean up in your business property. When the water damage includes mold colonies, it can create an unhealthy environment and needs professional remediation to ensure the property gets the colonies removed.

What are the Signs My Business Needs Commercial Mold Removal? 

Even when the colonies reside behind the walls or under floors in your South Daytona business, the need for mold removal has clues to announce its presence, such as:  

  • A musty odor
  • Staining on sheetrock
  • Visible mold colonies in the vicinity on walls, paper or wood

The techs scope the property to determine the loss area to inhibit the spread of any airborne spores that get disturbed during the abatement process. With their mold remediation: #MRSR515 certification, the technicians understand the nuances of safe handling of both building materials and contents.

Packout of Undamaged Stock Items

If there are boxes, papers or items in storage within the loss area, it is a common practice for SERVPRO techs to remove the item and put them in a secure area until the mitigation process completes. Any removed articles get returned to their precise placement once the restoration services complete.

It is easy to miss a slow leak in a commercial property when regular inspections do not get done. Once a moist environment gets established, naturally occurring mold spores can germinate and spread throughout the area. The techs can discover the area that requires treatment using their moisture detection equipment, and limit the amount of controlled demo needed to lessen the repairs to get the business ready to reopen. Let's get you back in business.

SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange at (386) 788-0358 is ready to help local properties with any size commercial mold removal. The techs use the latest equipment and advanced methods to restore your property to its preloss condition.

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Flames Engulfed My Property and I Have to Handle the Fire Damage. Where Should I Seek Help?

7/14/2020 (Permalink)

House on fire Call our experts after you experience a fire disaster, we have training in fire & smoke restoration, odor control, upholstery & fabric cleaning.

Seek Professional Help from SERVPRO to Deal With the Fire Damage in Your Port Orange Residence

The sad thing about a fire is that even firefighters extinguish it, damage can continue occurring in your Port Orange residence. Mold may grow in 24 to 48 hours because of the water used to fight the blaze, odors may persist, and smoke and soot residues can discolor various surfaces. Thankfully, SERVPRO technicians can prevent these damages from taking place if you contact us on time.

Why should I choose SERVPRO?  

Not every fire restoration company can handle the fire damage in your Port Orange home quickly and efficiently. We have a licensed and certified team of technicians who have the expertise required to handle fire loss incidents of any magnitude. With decades of experience, training, advanced equipment, and products, we can restore your property to its pre-emergency state. We follow the standards of the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) during the restoration process. Our restoration process involves:

Soot and smoke residue removal

Water damage restoration



We understand that fire damage is an emergency that requires prompt attention. Our 24-hour response team responds quickly when we receive an emergency call. We perform a thorough assessment to ensure a property is safe to enter before we start the restoration process.

How can you clean the affected surfaces?

Before we clean the structures of a home, we perform tests to determine which cleaning method is appropriate. This means the technique that can eliminate residues from the surfaces or materials without ruining them. Our SERVPRO team categorizes materials as washable or non-washable. We clean washable materials using water-based cleaners. We use dry-cleaning methods to clean non-washable surfaces and materials.

We can use liquid crème cleaners such as stain scrub to remove debris on high-gloss surfaces. The product contains a mild abrasive, which cannot damage the surface. For high-gloss surfaces, we can use a damp sponge. We can rub the surfaces gently to avoid scratching them.   

What about my flooring?

Due to extreme temperatures during the fire, plastic materials can melt and stick on your flooring and walls. Removing the melted plastic is difficult without proper equipment and tools. Our technicians can use roto pads and brushes to remove the debris on a wide range of surfaces. Depending on the debris, we can attach various types of pads to the roto’s drive block. The rotating pads and brushes buff, agitate, or polish flooring surfaces.

If you are dealing with a fire loss, contact SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange at (386) 788-0358 to restore your property and valuables. After our restoration process, the fire loss can seem, “Like it never even happened.”

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Can Under an Inch of Water Cause Damage to My Daytona Beach Home?

7/12/2020 (Permalink)

Water leaking and flooded on wood parquet floor The certified technicians arrive quickly and return your home to its preloss condition.

SERVPRO technicians know it is not only the amount of water in a Daytona Beach home but also the speed of the restoration services

Water can hit your Daytona Beach home in a lot of ways. Pipe bursts, appliance failures, toilet backups, and human error such as bathtub overflows. Water does not have to cover a room in your home to do a great deal of damage. If it seeps under the floors or wicks within the sheetrock on the walls, it increases the need for professional restoration for the best outcome.

What are Common Losses From Waiting for Water Cleanup?

When a water-based loss happens in your Daytona Beach home, water cleanup cannot wait. Putting down towels merely blots moisture from the surface, and when water runs down into the carpet pad or seeps under tile, it creates other issues that have the potential to be more damaging to your structure and contents. Waiting to begin the cleanup or doing a poor job leads to deterioration of building materials, the ruination of carpet and glue-down tile, and the potential for mold growth in any of these areas if other elements are favorable for germination of spores and growth. SERVPRO has the professional equipment to:
    •    Extract any amount of water
    •    Detection equipment
    •    Drying devices
    •    Proprietary cleaning agents

What Happens to Water that Waits for Removal?

Holding off on getting a professional job done for water extraction in your home is a huge mistake. The longer water sits, the more it degrades. After 48 hours, the potential for contaminants or harmful bacteria to be present is so likely that it requires handling and disposal as a category three biohazard, also known as "black water." Any items that absorbed the water generally are a loss as they have no way to return to a sanitary standard for reuse. The exception being washable clothing and fabrics, which can get cleaned through the use of the powerful Esporta Cleaning System. SERVPRO techs have extensive training and hold a certification #64-64-1785570 for the safe handling of biohazard materials of all types.

How Do I Know If I Have Mold I Cannot See?

Mold can be a side effect of a longtime leak or water removal that waited too long. Signs that mold is part of the home cleanup equation are:
    •    An earthy, musty odor that does not diminish
    •    Stains or discoloration on walls or ceilings
    •    Hardwood flooring may show visible evidence between the boards

SERVPRO techs know that mold remediation should be handled with care, and to avoid spreading airborne spores during the process, containment around the loss area is a common tactic. The techs have comprehensive training and carry certification for mold damage mitigation #MRSR515 Florida License. Protective clothing is a must, including respirators.

Building materials compromised by mold require disposal. It is not unusual to see a wall with interior mold damage reduced to the studs to stop the infestation. After ensuring the structure has an indoor humidity level below 50% to stop the cycle of mold growth, the techs wipe down the exposed structure. SERVPRO techs have access to a large selection of cleaning agents, many of which are exclusive. Antimicrobial solutions get used in areas where mold abatement has taken place. If there is any danger of mold setting back up before any repairs get completed, the application of antimicrobial sealants assures there is no germination or growth.

After any type of water loss, odor control may be necessary with or without the additional issue of mold. The techs have a diverse selection of odor control applications for combating light odors to more robust methods that neutralize odorous particles at the molecular level.

How Does SERVPRO Know What Actions are Covered During the Restoration Services?
When the techs come on-site to clean up your water loss in your home, they communicate closely with both the homeowner and adjuster. Nothing gets disposed of without approval, and before restoration actions get taken, the techs verify that the work is under the scope of coverage. This attention to detail ensures the property owners do not get hit with surprise out-of-pocket expenses. Once the mitigation efforts complete, the homeowner and adjuster (if available) get an overview of the actions taken and anything left to do to bring the home back to the same state as before the water loss.

SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange at (386) 788-0358 is ready 24/7 to assist local properties with any size or type of water cleanup. The certified technicians arrive quickly and return your home to its preloss condition.

Can Restoration Services Remove Smoke Odors from My South Daytona Business?

6/23/2020 (Permalink)

Burning flame isolated on black Fire damage restoration is something that we specialize in at SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange.

SERVPRO Arrives at Your South Daytona Business Ready to Remove Tough Smoke Odors with Expert Fire Damage Restoration Service

Within any commercial space, even the smallest fire leaves behind foul odors and damage that may keep you from regular operations. Knowing that you need prompt action to get your business back up and running, calling in the help of trained restoration technicians to your South Daytona business is the best move. At SERVPRO, we have IICRC-certified technicians and the advanced technology necessary to get the job done fast.

How Does Smoke Odor Removal Work?

When called for fire damage restoration in South Daytona, we arrive at your place of business to begin the initial assessment. Once the plan of action is in place, we remove all charred building materials and any interior contents deemed unsalvageable. Any water left from extinguishing the flames gets extracted, and we start to focus on soot and smoke residue.

•    Dry sponges allow us to pick up powdery soot
•    Wet sponges and industrial-grade cleaning solutions help remove sticky, stubborn smoke residue
•    All areas are tested before cleaning, which helps to ensure the best method gets used for the type of residue present

For tough smoke odors, we often use thermal fogging technology. With this process, our thermal fogging equipment puts out a chemical fog with odor-neutralizing power that reaches particles deep down in crevices and cracks. We also use air scrubbers to help remove odorous elements and particles from the air.

Whatever building materials are deemed unsalvageable, our team removes them, and everything is replaced with brand-new materials to bring your business back to preloss condition.

Fire damage restoration is something that we specialize in at SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange. You can call us 24/7 to have a team deployed to your location in as little as four hours. We can be reached at (386) 788-0358.