A fire can be a huge disaster for both homeowners and commercial businesses. It can result in the loss of precious memories, housing, or the ability to carry out one’s professional activities. Added to this is the weight of emotional pain.
In May 2009, a fire broke out on the roof of the main building of the University, causing the destruction of the bell tower of the central pavilion and heavy damage caused by a fire on the roof and by the fire, water in the lower floors. The restoration company comes perfectly there.
The pavilion housed the Procurement and Printing Services, the Rector and Vice Rector’s Offices, Student Services, Student Co-op, Finance and Human Resources, as well as classrooms and spaces of work for graduate students.
Restoration experts intervened quickly to control the situation, gather the necessary resources and contribute to the resumption of the activities of the establishment. His work included the restoration of more than 3,000 boxes of student and staff records as well as furniture and computer and electronic equipment. After seven months, the building was rebuilt and fully functional.
Situations follow each other and are not alike. Experts have the training, experience and compassion to assess and remedy your damage. They also have the technical knowledge and advanced equipment needed to clean, disinfect and recover furniture, electronics, clothing, photos, documents and other items damaged by fire. Whether you are a customer of our residential or corporate services, our mission is to restore your peace of mind.
In case of fire, you could end up with stains, burns or even chemical reactions in the house. Get tips on preventing and reducing fire and smoke damage, including carbon monoxide leaks.
Detector Installation Tips
A well-installed smoke and carbon monoxide detector can save your life and the lives of others in the event of a fire or carbon monoxide leak.
- Click on the info-graphic for a recommendation on the preferred places to install your alarms.
- Fire Alarm or Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector Rentals
- Prevention of carbon monoxide
- Carbon monoxide is colorless and odorless. Therefore, the prevention of leaks of this toxic gas and the presence of a detector installed in the right place can make the difference between life and death.
- Click on the info-graphic to know the most common sources of this gas.
- Common Sources of Carbon Monoxide (CO)
- Reduced damage from fire and smoke
After suffering damage from a fire, it is natural to want to clean your home without delay. While it is essential to act quickly, it is important to know the right steps and follow them correctly to avoid aggravating the damage.
Contact the insurer immediately. Fire claims are given priority because of the serious impact they may have. If possible, open the windows to ventilate the house. If any items are wet, including carpets and furniture, dry them as soon as possible to prevent mold growth. Place aluminum foil or wooden blocks under furniture legs to prevent stains from forming on wet carpets or rugs.
Clean and protect the chrome surfaces of kitchen appliances, bathroom faucets, bath accessories and towel rails with a thin layer of petroleum jelly or other oil. Carefully remove loose particles of soot from upholstered furniture, drapes and carpets by blowing or vacuuming.