Helping commercial clients recover and remediate the damage in their buildings caused by fire and smoke
Wildfires, kitchen fires, electrical fires... no matter the cause, the damage impacts your business continuity
The destruction from fire and smoke can be highly distressing and severely impact your entire business, putting specific departments or your whole operation out of commission for weeks or months. Even a small fire can cause intense smoke and fire damage, soot, and strong odors in your commercial property that require specialist support to remove.
Wildfires in your area can wreak havoc on your building, from soot everywhere to the lingering smell and indoor air quality of your building.
Removing this damage on your own is next to impossible, and janitorial crews are not trained and are not equipped to handle the detailed process of adequately improving the air quality, removing the residual water from putting out the fire, odors and soot, and the damage to your building. Corporate Care can help your business remediate the damage and get back to business after a devastating fire.
Our emergency fire and smoke remediation team offer nationwide 24/7 coverage, providing the rapid response you need to deep clean, restore, and revitalize the smoke and fire-affected areas, get you back in business, and look as good as new!
Reverse the effect of fire and smoke damage
Get back to business as quickly as possible
As IICRC®-certified surface specialists and emergency remediation responders, we’re here to help you recover from a fire and smoke incident in your building. We use advanced restoration, cleaning, and deodorization techniques to rid your commercial property of compromised air quality, including odors from water-logged flooring and drywall and the lingering smell of smoke.
The fire itself and putting out the fire may have caused leaks, pools of water, and flooding in affected areas of your commercial property. Don’t worry – our water damage remediation experts have the skills, specialized equipment, and experience to remove the water, dry out your building, and help you recover and build back.
Water used to put out the fire can result in water damage, which, left untreated, can cause mold growth.
Recovery, post-remediation, and beyond
Your trusted fire and smoke remediation team will provide detailed data reporting and photographic documentation, not only proving the damage and microbial contaminants have been eradicated but also helping to safeguard against future claims of liability. You can use these reports to substantiate your EHS compliance, use them for insurance claims, and protect your business against future liability claims.
Removing fire and smoke from a business is not a single-step process. Many steps go into ensuring a business is free of any signs of damage after a fire has ripped through. Some of the various fire and smoke remediation services that Corporate Care offers include:
- Water remediation
- Smoke deodorization
- Removal of soot and particulates
- Floor and textile cleaning and restoration
- Decontaminate, disinfect, and sanitize
- Air quality testing
- Air scrubbing with forced filtration systems
- Setting up containment areas – sealing rooms with forced-negative air filtration
- HVAC cleaning – decontaminating
- HVAC intake from internal and external smoke
- Build back - flooring replacement, drywall repair, and painting
Corporate Care clients gain access to fast and efficient disaster remediation to ensure they can get back to business as quickly as possible after a disaster. If a fire has caused damage to your building, you need a professional who removes the visible signs of fire and soot and knows how to eliminate the non-visible signs, such as smoke odors. Corporate Care can do it all. Call us to schedule an appointment for fire and smoke remediation services today.
Your trusted team for odor removal and emergency build back
High quality. Fair price. Legendary service.
Specialty surface care is about augmenting and supporting your current cleaning protocols. As deep cleaning specialists, we pride ourselves on delivering stunning results with sustainable solutions that are easy to maintain.
Corporate Care has the highest staff retention rates of any specialty surface care company in the US. Our Care Team averages 12+ years with the company!
We show up on time. Keep our promises. No Excuses.
Fire, smoke, and soot remediation services – Corporate Care
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Frequently asked fire and smoke damage remediation questions
The remediation process requires a lot of equipment and training to do the job right. Dealing with a fire is stressful. Placing your trust in a team that does not have the knowledge or skills to remove water and clean the air, decontaminate and sanitize your space, and recover will cause even more stress you don't need.
Yes, we recommend moving valuable property away from the affected areas to make room for our remediation experts to carry out their work and log inventory for your insurance claims.
If there is structural damage, you will need a general contractor to deal with build-back related to electrical, plumbing, or carpentry damage. Our surface specialists can replace or restore damaged surfaces from flooring and furnishings to metal and wood.
You should hire a fire and smoke remediation service as soon as you are given the all-clear to enter your building again. The longer standing water, smoke, soot, and other types of damage are allowed to sit, the harder they are to remove.
Smoke can infiltrate many parts of your commercial building, including your HVAC system and ducts. Water can seep into your floors and drywall. We can test your indoor air quality and run an infrared moisture scan to ensure your space is throughout dried out.
It’s difficult to provide you with an accurate estimate for the emergency remediation of your water, smoke, or infection-related situation. The remediation cost will vary from case to case based on the extent of help necessary. However, we can offer you a Not to Exceed (NTE) price for our initial emergency response and will then get back to you with a more comprehensive estimate.