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(810) 255-8756
(810) 255-8756

Commercial Soot and Smoke Odor Removal

in Marion, Michigan

(810) 255-8756
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Commercial Soot and Smoke Odor Removal in Marion, Michigan, 48427

Call: (810) 255-8756

advance restoration reviewsWhile there are many commercial soot and smoke odor cleanup companies to choose from in Marion, we believe our commercial soot and smoke odor removal company will not only meet, but exceed your expectations. 

We are dedicated to providing every customer's job, large or small, with superior responsive service. As a designated IICRC Certified Fire Damage Restoration  Firm in Michigan, our commercial smoke odor air quality experts perform all work to IICRC's gold standard while utilizing industry standard pricing that is set and approved by your insurance provider.

Call us at (810) 255-8756 to set a plan in motion for total fire damage restoration today.


Rapid 24/7 Emergency Response To
Commercial Soot and Smoke Odor Removal in Marion, MI

Our commercial soot and smoke odor removal company takes pride in rapid response to all commercial fire damage property loss regardless of size loss, or the time of day, whether it is day or night, and scope of damages you are facing.  Your call in to (810) 255-8756 means our crews of commercial smoke removal experts will be at your property and ready to get to reconstruction we will be to your Marion, MI home or business within the hour or when convenient by appointment if non emergency.

Remember, time is critical and a quick restoration of your fire damaged commercial business is highly recommended,  call (810) 255-8756 now for service or questions.


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Commercial Soot and Smoke Odor Removal Properties We Service

Even the smallest of fires can cause a massive amount of smoke and soot damage like smells and odors that cannot be removed easily. Proper remediation of smoke, soot, and odors must be handled by a reputable commercial soot and smoke odor elimination company to prevent secondary damage due to toxins created by burnt materials. These toxins can pose health hazards as well as deterioration and odors in a building and its contents. Protective gear and the right cleaning agents are necessary for comprehensive remediation.

Commercial facilities we serve include:

  • Hospitals & Healthcare
  • Nursing Home
  • Schools, Colleges, and Educational
  • Strip Development
  • Retail Center
  • Restaurant Establishment
  • Gymnasium & Spa
  • Golf Clubhouse
  • Offices & Office Complex
  • Industrial
  • Multi-Family & Mixed Use
  • Condominimum, Townhouse, Apartment

Our Commercial Soot and Smoke Odor Removal Process

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Sometimes we see that a property owner tries to clean and their efforts could produce more damage if not done the proper way. Our techs are trained and certified in both residential and commercial fire clean up, knowing how to clean each type of fire we are dealing with as each has its own method to efficiently clean. Fire damage cleanup will involve removing debris, removing any standing water and resolving water damage, removing all the smoke particles and soot accumulation in the home and vents, removing and replacing damaged contents, as well as irradicating the smell of smoke and ensuring the air quality in the home is excellent.


IICRC Certified Firm

Your Commercial Soot and Smoke Odor Removal Guarantee

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Just as any professional performs at a higher level of competency in their field, IICRC Certified Firms and Technicians set themselves apart through training, experience, and comprehensive examination. The examinations consist of the successful completion of one or more of the 28 certifications courses available.

An IICRC Certified Firm must first employ one or more IICRC certified technician(s), and apply with the IICRC to become a Certified Firm. Certified Firms are the only cleaning, restoration and inspection companies listed in the proprietary IICRC locator. They also promise to adhere to the IICRC Code of Ethics, be current in their business insurance and licensee requirements, and can proudly display the IICRC logo on their company website and vehicles.

A fire in Marion, MI, 48427 can be costly to your commercial or residential property.   For example, our commercial smoke odor repair experts in Marion often remediate smells and toxins that make their way into cracks and crevasses permeating and deteriorating materials both soft and hard. HVAC units or upholstery are particularly susceptible to smoke and soot in the aftermath of fire. The consequences of fire are far reaching even for the smallest of fires. Oftentimes water is used to douse the flames which can lead to secondary damage by promoting the growth of mold, and effectively destroying furniture, carpeting, and the structure itself, if not adequately extracted.

Advance Restoration's commercial smoke removal experts use IICRC gold standard methods for Commercial Soot and Smoke Odor Removal on your property, attending to all the details to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients property.

Our IICRC certified commercial smoke odor cleanup experts are committed to four key objectives:

• Certification at all times
• IICRC professional on every job
• Maintain industry standards
• Commitment to ongoing professional training

When a fire has occurred and you have soot and smoke damage to your Marion, Michigan, 48427 business or property, your best option is to get help from trained and experienced commercial soot and smoke odor repair company experts in your area as quickly as possible. When you call Advance Restoration today at (810) 255-8756 for  commercial soot and smoke odor cleanup company, we will immediately dispatch a team to your location and begin working hard and fast to help get your company back in action quickly.


For Rapid Response Call (810) 255-8756 For Service In The 48427 Area Today!


FAQ

What to do after a house fire?

  • Do not turn on appliances, gas, water or electric until a professional has indicated it is safe.
  • If the fire is out and it is deemed safe to do so, open windows to let smoke and odors dissipate and to ventilate the area.
  • Take care to get everyone, including pets, out of the house and into fresh air while you wait for help.
  • Do not re-enter the home until you are certain it is safe to do so.
  • It is important to use a professional commercial soot and smoke odor removal company that services Marion for help with cleanup and repairs.

Can you stay in the house after a fire?

The short answer is, no. It doesn't matter how big or small the fire was, smoke damage can be a major health risk. While smoke seems to dissipate quickly after a small fire, it can be incredible invasive and corrosive causing the contents of your home and even the structure of your home in Marion, Michigan, 48427 to deteriorate over time. Call Advance Restoration immediately and one of our commercial smoke odor air quality experts will be happy to assist you.

Can fire smoke damage make you sick?

  • Common bi-products of smoke are Carbon and Tar which can be incredibly toxic if breathed in over a length of time.
  • Smoke can also contain toxins such as heavy metals and other toxins that are risk factors to your health.
  • Lungs and sinuses can be injured making breathing difficult. Residual particles that land on clothing, curtains, and other furnishings can irritate the skin and deteriorate that which it has landed on.
  • It is vital to health and wellbeing to contact a fire restoration company in Marion for a professional cleaning and decontamination of the entire property to prevent health hazards from occurring.


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