Smoke and Soot Removal After Commercial Warehouse Experiences Vehicle Fire
Our Torrington office is regularly called by business owners who have had a fire in their facility. Often, the structure of the building has not been severely damaged however the smoke and soot that remain are substantial and require professional clean up.
Soot is comprised of miniscule carbon particles which have been created by the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels such as wood, oil and coal. Soot contains a mixture of acids, chemicals and metals as well as soils, and dust. When there has been a fire, soot spreads throughout the structure and sticks to the surfaces.
In a commercial building, soot can cover not only the contents but also the walls, floors and ceilings. We recently had a job in which a vehicle fire occurred on the loading dock of a warehouse. Inside of the 100.000 square foot warehouse, the walls were covered with soot. Not only is soot messy and smelly, it can also pose a health risk to those in the building.
Professional clean up of soot is necessary after a fire at your commercial property. When you call our office for restoration, we understand that yours is an emergency situation. Our team, who is on call 24/7, will arrive onsite quickly after receiving your initial call. One of our project managers will conduct an inspection and assessment of the situation and advise you on their recommendations for restoration.