FIRE, SMOKE & ASH CLEANUP RESTORATION IN TORONTO
Restore your home and belongings from ash and smoke residue.
Ash and Smoke Leaves a Residue
Cleaning ash and smoke after a fire requires special equipment and attention to detail. A fire in your home or business can be a disastrous event. Within minutes, plastic melts and fiberglass finishes on appliances begin to yellow. Furthermore, ash that sits on walls for days can cause permanent stains. Metal appliances will also tarnish if they’re not cleaned thoroughly after a fire.
Smoke can travel throughout your property, affecting every room it passes through. It can also be trapped indoors, causing permanent damage to walls, floors and appliances. In addition, the presence of ash after a fire can lead to health complications such as respiratory issues, skin irritation, and dryness.
Appliances Affected by Fire and Smoke Damage
Contact us if If you detect the smell of smoke in your home or business. Leftover smoke and ash can also leave dark or yellowish stains on floors, walls and appliances. We’re equipped with specialized tools and detergent to remove the residue and odor of smoke stains. In addition, offer a specialized restoration and cleaning for appliances that have been affected by smoke and fire damage.
Emergency Fire & Smoke Restoration
Ash and smoke residue causes more corrosion over time. Luckily, we carry over ten years of experience restoring burnt and smoke stained properties in Toronto. As well, our emergency response team services surrounding areas such as Thornhill, Vaughan, and Newmarket. We understand the devastation after a house fire, and we’re equipped with the the resources to promptly restore your fire-damaged items.
Icon Restoration has removed ash and smoke residue for hundreds of homeowners and businesses across Toronto. We only hire licensed, insured and trained restoration professionals. As well, we’re fully certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. which oversees restoration and inspection standards globally.