Kitchen Fires & The Lingering Odor
Soot & Smoke Damage
In fires which contain materials such as wood, paper, and plastics burn. You will have a dark, sooty smoke that often leaves a thick film of soot behind. It might be dry, oily, or wet, depending on the temperature of the fire and what materials were involved.
A protein fire, burns at a much lower temperature and produces a clear, fine mist. After the fire is put out, there might not be any visible soot at all. However, it still needs to be cleaned carefully. The burning protein and fat creates a colorless thin film that can spread throughout the area.
The Odor Won't Go Away!
The biggest problems with a protein fire is the smell. The tiniest amount of burned protein can leave an unpleasant smell lingering for days.
It’s a much bigger problem when you have a bigger protein burn. Without expert clean-up, that smell can spread throughout the entire home. It’s critical to make sure the air ducts are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County's fire damage restoration professionals may use an ozone machine, air scrubber, and other techniques or equipment to make sure the odor is eliminated.
A fire can break out at any time. When cooking we tend to forget how easy it is for a simple meal to turn into a disaster in just a few moments. SERVPRO of Santa Rosa County works directly with your insurance company from the initial inspection through the final billing phase.
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