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Utah Fire Damage Cleanup and Restoration

Experiencing a home fire can be stressful and life-changing. You might feel like you don’t know who to call to put all the pieces back together. But The Disaster Company is here for your fire clean up and repair needs.

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Our Utah Fire Cleanup Team is Standing By

As the highest-rated Utah fire damage restoration company, The Disaster Company will be by your side, walking through every facet of fire and smoke damage cleanup so you can go home and return to your life.

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We Have the Equipment & Experience to Get the Job Done

Call us now—we’re ready to answer your questions and get our emergency fire restoration team on the job.

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We’re Your Damage Cleanup Advocates

We create a plan and begin restoring the damage on your behalf. Working with insurance companies can be complicated, but we take all the guesswork by knowing how to maximize your coverage and provide value. Instead of wasting time trying to get through to your insurance company, give us a call, and we’ll handle it. Ultimately, we aim to provide exceptional Utah fire damage cleanup service while restoring your home to pre-fire condition.

What to Do if There is a Fire in Your Home

You might be trying to figure out what to do in the moments after a house, kitchen, or electrical fire. First and most importantly, follow all directions from professionals and firefighters who arrive to help you. They’ll also let you know if it is safe to enter a property to assess damage and retrieve any items. Here are other steps we suggest taking after a fire.

1. Assess Medical Needs

Assess family members and all pets to see if they need medical care. Shortness of breath, mental distress, and fatigue are common signs that medical attention is warranted.

2. Contact Your Insurer

Contact your insurer to begin the documentation process and determine what your insurance covers, such as hotel accommodations or vehicle coverage. Track all fire-related spending for reimbursement from insurance.

3. Find a Place to Stay

If your insurance covers hotel accommodations, find a place to stay. You can also ask friends and family if you can temporarily stay with them. In some cases, disaster relief organizations may provide housing.

4. Locate Important Documents

Locate important documents like passports, birth certificates, insurance policies, and credit cards. Assess any damage to these documents and start the process of replacing those that were damaged. It’s also helpful to request a copy of the fire report from the fire department.

5. Retrieving Your Belongings

If the fire department has deemed your home safe to enter, you can begin retrieving your belongings. Take photos of damaged items lost for insurance purposes.

Our Fire Restoration Services

Using only the latest technology, our skilled technicians offer various services to clean up your home and return it to its pre-fire state. Depending on the condition of your home, we offer a variety of services, such as:

  • Sanitizing and odor removal
  • Soot removal
  • Deodorizing
  • Cleaning your personal belongings
  • Removal of standing water
  • Covering holes in the walls or roof and securing windows and doors
  • Floor replacement
  • Repair Electrical Outlets
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Upholstery cleaning
  • Painting walls
  • Restoring woodwork
  • Repairing and painting ceilings
  • Storing your belongings while you are between living situations
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Your Trusted Source for Utah Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration Services

With our 24/7 emergency service, you can rest assured that there is not a time of the day when our Utah fire damage restoration services aren’t available. We’re quick to respond. When you hire us, you’ll take the guesswork out of restoration. We know precisely what needs to be checked, restored, and remedied. Our team quickly gets to work assessing the damage, including the following:

  • Water damage from fighting the fire, which can quickly cause mold growth

  • Smoke and soot infiltration across the entire house

  • Damage to windows, roofs, and other structures

  • Securing standing structures to prevent additional damage

  • Testing HVAC systems for smoke penetration

  • Damage to walls, carpets, furniture, and possessions

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Utah Fire Damage Cleanup and Restoration FAQ’s

Are house fires common?

Between 2012 and 2021, FEMA estimates that there was an average of 353,500 annual house fires, resulting in 2,840 average deaths and an average of 11,400 injuries each year.

What are the most common causes of house fires?

While many things can cause a house fire, kitchen fires remain the top cause of house fires. Unattended cooking, grease fires, appliances, and barbecue grills cause nearly half of all house fires. Other common causes include electrical fires, space heaters, smoking, and candles.

Who decides whether my home can be saved?

Sometimes a house will need to be rebuilt after a house fire. Ultimately, an adjuster working for your insurance company will determine if it will be restored or rebuilt entirely.

Will my insurance pay for fire cleanup?

Fire cleanup coverage will depend on your specific policy and insurance company. When you hire The Disaster Company, we’ll work tirelessly with your insurance to determine what is covered and make the most of your policy.

Do I need professional cleaners even after a small house fire?

Professional assessment after any house fire is recommended, even if you think it is a small kitchen or electrical fire. It’s recommended to receive an assessment from a professional contractor because smoke damage or residue could adversely affect your health. The sooner fire damage is addressed, the safer your home will be for your family.

Is it safe to handle belongings that did not burn in the fire?

Unfortunately, soot and residue can cause damage to many items in the home, such as computers, TVs, and other electronics. Because of this, they may not be safe to handle. Feel free to ask The Disaster Company about any specific items in your home.

Can we live in a house with fire damage?

Any fire damage in a home can make it unsafe for occupancy. After a house fire, it’s important to let the cleanup crews quickly and efficiently remedy the problem. Instead of tackling the problem yourself (which we do not recommend), let us take care of the restoration while you get your life back on track. Once we’re done, you can move back into the home.

What are the immediate concerns following a fire?

After you’ve assessed that all family members and pets are okay, you’ll want to call The Disaster Company to determine the damage, remove contaminated items from the home, and coordinate cleanup with your insurance company. We’ll also work to prevent further deterioration of your home by boarding up windows, doors, and other entry points. Then we’ll begin the restoration process.

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