Fire Damage in and Minneapolis and St. Paul
Fire Damage Restoration Services
A fire disaster is all but enough to make your life fall apart. The amount of fire and smoke damage resulting from the flames could leave you wondering what to do and where to turn. Advance Companies is an elite fire restoration service, specializing in fire damage in Minneapolis and St. Paul, ready to help you restore your home. Advance Companies will clean your home after a fire quickly and professionally to help you get your life back to normal in no time.
From the moment you contact us, our around-the-clock technicians will immediately go to your home, business, church, or school to begin the fire cleanup and restoration process. Our cleaning agents are environmentally friendly and non-toxic so you can stay in your home while we work. Our highly-trained staff are experts in all aspects of the fire and smoke damage restoration process, including:
- Contents Restoration
Contact Advance at 763.572.2000 to see how we can help with your fire damage!
Our Fire Restoration Process
We offer an extensive fire restoration process to restore your home back to its former glory. Each step we take ensures the quality of the restoration. We strive to keep you informed about what we do at all times, but here’s what you can expect from a typical fire restoration job:
- Open windows for ventilation
- Bring in fans
- Cover dry, clean items with plastic
- Remove soot from items, carpet, and walls
- Remove smoke odor from textiles
- Clean furnishings
- Use thermal fogging to remove smoke odors
Maintaining the unique aspects of what make a home a home is important to us. Our experts will work tirelessly to ensure your home’s structure and contents are restored to pre-damaged condition as fast as possible. Contact Advance Companies today for details and questions about our fire restoration services and other services including water damage in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN!
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