Cleaning Services That Save Your Myrtle Grove Business From Fire Damage
Fire Damage Cleaning Services
Fires started in small restaurants often get put out before significant damages occur. However, as with most fires, the smoke and residue damage is far worse than what those caused by direct heat or open flame. Making the cleaning services offered during a restoration critical to restoring your business after a fire.
When dealing with fire damage in your Myrtle Grove restaurant, make sure that you consider all of the services offered by the company you choose for restoration. They should have 24-hour emergency support services, to fit a time table that is best for you. Be able to present you with a full list of technical certifications, while also having the ability to explain the services they offer in detail.
SERVPRO technicians hold a series of IICRC certifications in fire, smoke, water, mold, storm, and emergency restoration services. Including studying IICRC standards and best practices in carpet and upholstery cleaning, along with cleaning and restoration concerning a variety of contents required for you to operate a business. While SERVPRO operates within standards set by OSHA and the EPA, our company insists on thorough Employee Certification Training, e-Learnings, as well as Continuing Education Classes. So that our staff remains focused on the standards that the cleaning and restoration industry demands.
Obviously, restoring the contents, assets, and appliances used for the operation of your restaurant is often a far less costly option than replacement. Therefore, we utilize several methods to assist with cleaning a broad range of items involved in your fire event.
SERVPRO performs dry cleaning for use in the removal of light to medium non-grease-based soils. While feather dusters or clean dusting cloths can remove initial surface dust, dry cleaning sponges or vacuuming helps remove light debris and particulate soiling.
Wet cleaning helps remove moderate to heavy residues, often involving cleaning using water, with or without a cleaning agent, thoroughly saturating the item during the cleaning process. SERVPRO technicians also utilize a spray and wipe wet cleaning process that involves applying cleaning products with a spray bottle and wiping the surface clean with a clean white towel. Giving the restorer more control over the amount of cleaning product applied to each item and preventing possible chemical damages on sensitive materials.
There are far more cleaning methods offered to each client that we respond to, contact SERVPRO of West Pensacola today for additional information on how our cleaning services can help restore your business today (850) 469-1160.