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How do you clean soot off walls after a fire?

Wipe the stains away with a dry cleaning sponge. Such sponges can be cleaned and reused. Dip a clean cloth in rubbing alcohol and use it to dab and blot the stains if some soot is still left on walls. Combine three or four squirts of liquid dish soap with 1 quart of...

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Is it safe to live in a house with smoke damage?

Smoke can linger in your home after a fire and can damage your belongings. Even if a fire that occurs in your home is just a minor one and does not cause a lot of fire damage, it can still cause smoke damage. Smoke damage is very difficult to remove from your home and...

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How do you clean your house after a flood?

Use fans to circulate air in the house. If mold and mildew have already developed, brush off items outdoors to prevent scattering spores in the house. Vacuum floors, ceilings and walls to remove mildew, then wash with disinfectant. Wear a two-strap protective mask to...

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Can a flooded home be saved?

It may be possible to save a flooded house based on how minimal the damage is, but there are many reasons the house might not be salvageable. A flood can cause lasting damage to your home, even if it's not hit by an impact load like a wave. Get a hold of a specialist...

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How Do I Clean My House After A Fire

Ensure the area is properly ventilated. ... Wear safety goggles and heavy-duty gloves. ... Place a drop-cloth on the floor. ... Get rid of loose soot on the surface of the walls. ... Remove soot with Trisodium Phosphate (TSP) solution. ... Look for a commercial...

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I Had A Fire, Now What Steps Do I Take?

Find a Place to Stay. House fires are a terrifying experience, especially for children and pets. ... Contact Your Insurance Agent. File your claim immediately. ... Contact the Police. ... Plan Your Finances. ... Create a List of Damaged Items. ... Check on the Safety...

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What You Need to Do After a House Fire

Here are the six things you should do after a home fire. Call your insurance agent immediately. ... Ask about restoration companies that can help with cleaning up soot, boarding up windows, and other construction. ... Separate damaged property from undamaged property....

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What should you do if your house is on fire?

Decide whether to fight or flee. Don't attempt to extinguish any fire if there is a threat to your safety. ... Priority is to get yourself and your family members out. ... If you encounter smoke, crawl to the nearest exit. ... Don't open a hot door. ... If your...

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What Will the Fire Restoration Technicians Do?

Fire restoration technicians will thoroughly clean your building to ensure all of the ash is neutralized. With the help of industrial chemicals and substances, they can neutralize the ash and smoke quickly. They may use thermal foggers to eliminate smoke odors....

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What type of restoration jobs do you most often complete?

Many contractors will tell you they can do the work to get your home restored from fire or water damage, but some don’t actually have the experience, tools and skills to actually do it. The technology and tools needed are different than those for general construction....

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Things To Do After A Fire

Moving on after a house fire can seem overwhelming—in fact, sometimes it can feel downright impossible. But it doesn’t have to. Knowing where to begin and who can help you is a vital first step in putting your life back together. If you’ve just suffered a house fire,...

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CAN WE STAY IN OUR HOME DURING FIRE RESTORATION?

Lingering residue and soot can pose health hazards and affect the quality of air. Even if the damage does not appear to be severe and there is no significant structural damage, it may not be safe to reside in until restoration is complete. A licensed professional can...

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Is Water Damage An Emergency?

The short answer is yes.  Excess water can cause very serious structural damage because building materials like wood and drywall absorb the water and allow it to spread.  The longer you ignore water damage, the further it will spread which will make the damage worse. ...

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What To Do In The First 24hrs After A Flood

Whether a flood is caused by ground water, falling water, or home water system malfunction, there are some best practices you’ll need to employ within the first 24 hours after the flood to ensure the safety of your home and family and give you the outcome possible...

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What Will A AZ Fire Water Do?

AZ Fire Water professionals start by addressing the source of the excess water.  These professionals cannot complete the restoration effectively without first stopping the water at its source.  They will then remove materials affected by the water which may include...

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What Are The Common Causes Of Water Damage?

There are many potential causes of water damage which is why it is so common.  Natural disasters such as flooding, heavy rain, and high humidity can lead to water damage in a home or building.  There are also many internal causes including leaks in the roof or...

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Dos and Don’ts After a Fire

Dealing with the aftermath of a house fire is overwhelming. There are things to do, and things you absolutely don’t want to do or even attempt to do. Here is a list of helpful tips to take some of the stress out of a house fire recovery. The Do’s and Don’ts: Do hire a...

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Tips For Filing A Claim

The growing threat of fires makes familiarizing yourself with how to file fire insurance claims more important than ever. Losing your home and personal belongings to a fire is already a devastating experience. The last thing you want is your homeowners' insurance...

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Who determines the amount of my loss?

Most insurance companies will prepare a dwelling repair estimate and then provide it to you to forward to a contractor of your choice. The contractor may write his own estimate and negotiate with the insurance company for more money. Some insurance companies have...

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How is my loss measured?

Most homeowner policies are written on a replacement cost basis, which means that the loss is measured by the amount of money it takes to repair the house or replace the damaged personal property. Some policies are written on an actual cash value basis, which means...

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What does my homeowner insurance policy cover?

All homeowner policies cover loss by fire. Most policies pay for three types of damage: (1) dwelling loss (damage to the house); (2) personal property loss (damage to your household contents); and (3) additional living expenses (the cost of living elsewhere while your...

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What will happen when the insurance adjuster arrives?

An insurance adjuster is accountable for judging the damage to your home for the insurance company. The adjuster will take a recorded statement from you, give you an advance so you can buy new clothes, set you up in a rental unit if your house is unlivable, and...

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I’ve had a fire. What do I do now?

Call your insurance agent right away. If you cannot reach your agent, most insurance companies have a toll-free number that can be called 24 hours a day. If you get a recording, make a note of the day and time that you left a message. When you speak to an agent, write...

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What To Do With Smoke Damage After A Fire

A house fire is one of the most devastating things that can happen to anyone. Once the flames have died down and you’ve begun the recovery process, there’s very little you’d rather do than resume your ordinary home life. But regrettably, the damage from a fire can be...

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Choosing the Best Restoration Contractor

Insurance agents have to keep policyholders happy while meeting professional goals and ensuring their company's financial success. How can you be sure you’re getting the best restoration company? Were you provided with a list of approved service providers? Can you...

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When Planning A Vacation in Arizona

Many people who visit Arizona are oblivious that the region is home to not four seasons but five, the fifth being monsoon season. Every July and August, the climate changes dramatically from the dry arid climate of May and June to one of humidity and seasonal rains....

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Some Facts About Mold

Mold is a fungus that is found everywhere – both indoors and outdoors all year round. Concern about indoor exposure to mold has increased along with public awareness that exposure to mold can cause a variety of adverse health effects. There are many thousands of...

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Mold Remediation And What To Do

Prompt mold remediation can spare you and your family a multitude of health hazards as well as consistent discomfort inside your house. Cleaning mold may be a more difficult task than you had imagined, however, so it helps to find a qualified team of professionals to...

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Tips for Monsoon Season

Arizona’s monsoon season is a violent force of nature. To help weather the storm, take these provisions: Plan ahead by creating an emergency supply kit that includes non-perishable food items, water, a first-aid kit, a battery-operated radio, flashlights, extra...

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Tips For Water Damage

Before walking into an affected area: Turn off the power Attempt to locate the source of water and shut it off, if possible. Use caution when walking on the wet floors Once the area has been secured: Remove as much water as possible Wipe furnisher dry. Lift any Window...

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What You Need To Know About Water Damage

When a pipe breaks, a drain backs up, or a flood occurs in your home, it can be hard to see past the mess. A ton of questions will run through your mind. What do I do now? What’s going to happen? Is my stuff ruined? Will my homeowner’s insurance cover the damage?...

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Arizona Monsoons

Be Prepared for Arizona Monsoon In Arizona we experience monsoon season of high temperatures, high winds, and high moisture, resulting in potentially fatal weather. The term "monsoon" comes from the Arabic "mausim" meaning "season" or "wind shift." When Is Arizona's...

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The Clean Up Process

  Restoration Process The water restoration process is an important one. Using the right procedures and materials can help people save belongings and even prevent their homes from being condemned. Water restoration companies specialize in modifying the effects of...

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Learning About Water Damage

Water damage is a problem that most property owners fear. When it rains heavily or snow melts quickly, the risk of this type of damage increases. Water damage also increases the risk of mold growth, which is a very expensive problem to get rid of. Hiring a water...

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What Causes Black Mold

Moisture joined with warmth in any environment is the major black mold. Bathrooms, especially showers, are not the only prime locations for mold. The basement, if there is any water leakage, is another common area for black mold to flourish. Another place to watch out...

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What Is Mold

Black mold is distinct from other molds because it tends to be dark black. Black mold, is also known as Stachybotrys chartarum or Stachybotrys atra, and can be found indoors growing on a variety of surfaces, especially things with a high cellulose content like wood,...

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Where Mold Can Grow

Basements are famous for providing the perfect conditions for the growth and sustainability of mold colonies. Basements usually have poor air circulation as well as damp and humid air. These factors make the basement an ideal breeding ground for mold. Bathrooms get...

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Mold Growth After a Storm

Storms can cause constant problems for a property owner. One of the main problems that occur after a storm caused by the moisture in the area, and that problem is mold. There are strategies to help prevent mold damage from occurring after a storm. Mold’s primary...

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Interesting Facts About Monsoons

A monsoon is a seasonal change in the direction of the prevailing wind. This is a huge sea breeze which occurs when the wind blows from the cooler ocean to the much warmer land mass. This wind shift usually brings about a significant change in the local weather....

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Hurricane Floods

Hurricane season is a complete nightmare because hurricanes can develop quickly and damage hundreds of properties. This damage is primarily by the water, which can destroy people’s homes and businesses. What are the potential problems that hurricane season can create...

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News You Can Use: 5 ways to grow your insurance business

We see a common trend in mature practices, and seven years of a relatively up market has strengthened it, especially in the B2B space. Mature practices are the kind run by someone who has been in the business for a few decades, has a client list of a few hundred...

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What is Asbestos?

The following information we would like to credit the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality for. Arizona Fire and Water Restoration does Asbestos Abatement, but we would like to also educate you on what Asbestos is and the costs of removal. We believe that...

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