Fire Damage

http://www.dreamstime.com/-image9465054A fire can be one of the most devastating disasters to impact your home and cleaning up the burnt material is only half the battle. As there are many different types of fire and smoke, the clean up can present restoration professionals with a significant challenge. All Phase is dedicated to employing highly trained individuals to clean and restore your structure to an odor-free, pre-loss condition.

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All Phase technicians are educated to recognize and deal with all types of smoke residue. In addition, we will protect the unaffected areas of your home and rebuild the damaged ones. Following a fire, we provide the following services to our clients as part of our overall commitment to quality:

  • Guaranteed Response Time
  • Board Up Services
  • Structural Stabilization
  • Temporary Roofing and Fencing
  • Emergency Electrical
  • Security Services
  • Heavy Equipment
  • Hazardous Material Handling
  • Victim and Relocation Assistance
  • Rehabilitation Services
  • Incident Command

Fire Prevention Tips For Home Owners

Your home is your castle, and you probably do everything you can to keep it and your family safe. But sometimes things that are out of your control happen, and a fire is one of the most destructive calamities your home can face. While there’s no way to guarantee with 100% certainty that your home will never face a fire, there are several things you can do that will help prevent fires and reduce their likelihood of occurring. Remembering these simple steps could save your life as well as your home.

  • Pay attention to your outlets. Don’t make the mistake of overloading a single outlet or running a huge spider web of extension cords to get power somewhere. Common sense helps here, and it’s fairly easy to prevent this type of fire from occurring.
  • Also be sure that you don’t run cords or wires underneath rugs, behind trim, over nails, or in other hazardous places. Keep cords to any appliance or electrical item where you can see them.
  • Watch for warning signs. Things like sparking, strange smells, and even odd smells are all signs that something could be happening to your appliance or other electronic component. Keep your eyes, ears, and nose peeled for such signs.
  • Be sure to unplug appliances when they’re not in use – especially when you’re leaving home. While some things like an oven or washing machine aren’t practical to unplug, things like a toaster oven or coffee pot can easily be unplugged. It may seem like a hassle, but it does reduce fires.
  • Heaters are one of the single most dangerous things in a home. While using portable heaters is a viable way to heat a room, you should use them carefully. Kerosene heaters need to be approved by proper codes and used only in appropriate places. If you use a fireplace, be sure to use a fire screen and keep your chimney clean. Also look into safer portable heaters, and be sure to keep all combustible items at least 3 feet from any heaters.
  • If you have kids, be certain to keep things like matches, lighters, and candles well out of their reach and explain to them the hazards of fire and that it isn’t a toy.
  • Be sure you have plenty of smoke detectors. While this may not prevent a fire from starting, it can quickly alert you to one’s presence and could save both your life and your home.


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