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Posted by: Chris Laney on February 1, 2019
A house fire is one of the most devastating things that a family can experience. Even after the fire is under control and you can return to your home, the damage that is left to deal with can be overwhelming.
Some of the damage that you will deal with is the lingering smell of smoke on clothing and fabrics that were caught in the fire. This smoke smell can stick around for a long period of time and be incredibly strong and invasive.
If you are particularly sensitive to odors, the smoke smell could even irritate your lungs and cause respiratory issues. While this is the last thing you want to deal with while recovering from fire damage, there are a few steps to try to remove the smoke smell from fabrics.
Remember that fire restoration should be left to the professionals as much as possible. At Water Out, we respond quickly and are open 24/7for emergency services. Our Fire Restoration team will review the damage, inspecting the issues, and create a customized action plan for your home.
Once our plan is in place, our team will remove carpeting, charred beams, or cabinets to make sure that all surfaces are clean and return to the way they were before the fire. If removal isn't an option, we'll clean every surface until there is no trace of fire damage.
Call us today for more information on how we can assist you during this difficult time.
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