Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration in Rochester, NY
The first thing needed is a thorough safety inspection of your Rochester, NY home or business. Electrical hazards, structural instabilities, weakened floors and walls all pose a serious threat. "OKAY TO ENTER" DOES NOT MEAN SAFE TO ENTER. Taking the necessary steps to make sure the Rochester, NY property is safe comes first. We then contact local electrical and utility inspectors to safely get electricity, gas etc back to the structure. After that, we put together a plan for restoring your space. We work closely with both client and adjuster to make sure everyone is on the same page with timelines, expectations, coverage etc. Proper planning in the beginning is probably the most important step in executing a smooth and successful Rochester, NY fire restoration.
For full-service fire and smoke damage restoration in Rochester, NY, call (585) 738-1826 now.
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Phase 1: Mitigate
The mitigation phase is used to demo, clean, dry and treat so the structure can be successfully re-built. The first thing typically is cleaning and placing of any salvageable contents in storage. An assessment is then made as to what building materials (drywall, flooring etc) have been damaged, and if it was damaged to the point of repair or demolition. The building materials that can't be saved are demolished. After the demo we do a thorough cleaning of the structure. Hepa vac, odor counteractants, plant based anti-microbials, fire sponges, primers, sealers, air duct cleaning, sanding, soda blasting etc are usually typical during this process. After the contents are out, the demo is done and the structure is clean, we can start the commercial drying process. The water used to put out the fire has saturated the remaining building materials and in order to properly rebuild, we need to pull the bound water that's now trapped inside them. This is critical. Installing drywall, flooring etc over framing that feels dry, but holding bound water will result in serious problems down the road.
Phase 2: Rebuild
At this point we're ready to re-construct your structure. We sit down again and outline a plan to put your Rochester, NY home or business back together. Our goal is that you walk away with a far more beautiful space than you started with. We take immense pride in the finished product and don't skimp on the details. Countless referrals are available upon request to see our breathtaking transformations!
Why Blue Bear Loves Rochester: Places of InterestThe Strong National Museum of Play
The Strong is a highly interactive, collections-based museum devoted to the history and exploration of play. It is one of the largest history museums in the United States and one of the leading museums serving families. The Strong houses the world's largest and most comprehensive collection of historical materials related to play. The Strong's multifaceted array of research, exhibits, and other interpretive and educational activities serve a diverse audience of adults, families, children, students, teachers, scholars, collectors, and others around the globe.George Eastman Museum
Founded in 1947 as an independent nonprofit institution, it is the world’s oldest photography museum and one of the oldest film archives. The museum holds unparalleled collections—encompassing several million objects—in the fields of photography, cinema, and photographic and cinematographic technology, and photographically illustrated books.Highland Park
Highland Park rests in a beautiful setting of hills and valleys created from glacial deposits. Best known as the home of Rochester's famous Lilac Festival, Highland Park has a history as colorful as its 500 varieties of flowering shrubs. The Lilac Festival, held in May each year, draws visitors from all over the world to see Highland Park's collection of lilacs in full bloom.