Rebuilding Your Life (and Home) After a Fireby D.O.N.E. Restoration on 08/28/14
A fire can happen at any time. No matter how old or new your home is, a fire could occur for a number of reasons. Many homeowners are not prepared for a disaster caused by fire. So, if this disaster strikes at your home, what should you do next?
Do not enter your home until permission is given by the fire department. It is dangerous to enter your house after a fire, even if minimal damage was done. Structures may be compromised, and sometimes fires can re-ignite. Contact family members that were not with you during the fire to let them know what happened and that everything is okay. If you are the homeowner, call your insurance company as soon as possible. Your insurance company will help you take the next steps in the process of rebuilding your home and life. Your insurance provider will help with minimizing damage to your home, make a list of contents damaged in the fire, secure your home from vandalism, and locate temporary housing. They will also have a home inspector come assess the damage to your home. You need to know what your insurance policy covers.
Depending on how bad the fire was to your home, you may have to re-build from the ground up or just remodel. The professionals at D.O.N.E. Restoration will be able assist you through the entire process of containing and mitigating fire damage, as well as rebuilding your home. Fire damage is one of the most unpredictable disasters and requires an experienced team to restore areas visibly affected by the fire, systems running during the fire, and the smell of the structure and contents in the fire. D.O.N.E. Restoration has the cutting edge expertise and experience to fully recover your home from fire, smoke, and soot damage. Our team of certified contractors is rigorously trained to restore your property in the event that a catastrophic loss has occurred.
If you've experienced a fire, call D.O.N.E. Restoration today at 770-422-1604 for immediate assistance.