Recover from a Fire in Bivalve
If your commercial property sustains damage from a fire, you can expect to slow work for several weeks and use thousands of dollars to recover from the damage. Fire can scorch a building, but other damage caused by fumes and soot can stay for years after the fire has died. Additionally, the odor left by these substances can hang in the atmosphere for years if left untreated and harm your business’ brand
The experts at Paul Davis understand how devastating fires can be to your commercial property and livelihood. Smoke, soot and fire damage treatment are just part of the things our service can do for you after a tragedy. Whatever the size, Paul Davis of Bivalve performs prompt removal and restoration of fire damage to businesses across the Bivalve market.
How We Help You
- We arrive onsite to help within hours, 24/7
- Correct damage analysis, pretesting and estimations
- Emergency boarding and structural stabilization
- Green techniques for cleaning soot and other residue caused by fire damage
- Cleaning, smoky odor neutralization and air purification
- Careful cleaning for any harmed items, equipment and other contents inside
- Commercial grade dryers, dehumidifiers, fans and other technology designed to remove water resulting from quenching the flames
- Rebuilding for the harmed areas
- Professional Sanitation used to prevent mold and mildew
Reach your Bivalve Franchise
The Paul Davis professionals understand how difficult fires can be on businesses, so we work fast to get your property back to its original state. Our education, cleaning techniques and years of experience help us complete the restoration correctly the first time. We can salvage any inventory using specialized tools and cleaning techniques, often being able to revive the items inside your commercial property to their original condition. Additionally, we will guide you through the insurance provider’s process to make it as easy as possible for your business.
Let our business help yours. Reach Paul Davis of Bivalve if you experience fire or smoke damage on your property.