Fire Clean Up • Board Up • Demolition • Debris Removal • Odor Treatment • Soot Removal • Restoration of Fire & Smoke Damaged Property to Pre-loss Conditions
Walla Walla, WA • College Place, WA • Touchet, WA • Dixie, WA • Dayton, WA • Milton Freewater OR • Pendleton, OR • Hermiston, OR • Surrounding Areas
Safety always comes first. As a fire strikes there are many things to think through in order to determine where you will need to stay if displaced, what belongings if any you are able to take that may make your displacement more comfortable, security of the property and so many other things. Your call to us right away as you are aware of the fire allows us to get moving by walking you through the process to get with insurance to support all your immediate needs, and to board up areas of your property for security. We know there is so much on your mind during this emotional time, we will be your advocate to assist you in thinking through the many needs at the start of this process.
When a fire strikes, the first thing that happens as you and your family or employees are safely away from the area is your Fire Department technicians combat the fire in all means necessary. That most often means damage to windows or entry points, roof and other areas of the property, as well as water damage. We're available 24/7 to take your call and respond promptly on site as the fire department releases us to do so.
Our highly trained fire damage restoration professionals have the skills and equipment to respond to the damage and start the process of mitigation work quickly. The process and timeline will vary depending on the severity of the situation, the release of the property from the Fire Department as well as your insurance in order for us to begin the mitigation. Our technicians are IICRC certified providing peace of mind for you.
Navigating insurance claims can be complicated and confusing. We are here to assist you along the way in working with your insurance on your behalf. We will work directly with your insurance agent and adjuster on your behalf for an easier experience for you.
Limit movement throughout the home to prevent soot from spreading. Protecting your lungs from soot or other related particulates from the fire is especially important.
Clean hands are essential to avoid soot particles spreading further.
To minimize damage, gently mop and blot away any excess water that was used to extinguish the fire.
If the power is out, empty the freezer and fridge and prop the doors open.
Carefully wipe off soot from metal faucets, trim, and appliances.
Avoid washing walls or painted surfaces without consulting CORE Restoration.
Leave carpet, rug, and upholstery cleaning to the experts at CORE Restoration.
Avoid cleaning electrical appliances that may have been near the fire or water without expert guidance.