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Common Questions About Fire Damage Restoration


1. How soon can fire damage restoration begin after a fire? Typically, fire damage restoration can begin as soon as the fire department grants access to your property. Immediate action is required to prevent further damage from soot and water and then the cleaning, sanitizing, and deodorizing processes can start.


2. Is it safe to stay in my home during the restoration process? During the restoration procedure, it is generally not advisable to remain in your home. Smoke and soot residues can pose health risks and compromise the home's structural integrity. A professional evaluation is required for this determination.


3. Will my insurance cover the cost of fire damage restoration? Insurance coverage for fire damage restoration varies depending on your policy. The majority of homeowner's insurance policies cover fire damage, but it is essential to review your policy and consult with an insurance agent to determine the extent of your coverage.


4. How long does the fire damage restoration process take? The length of the restoration process can vary depending on the extent of the damage. It may take a few days to a week to repair minor damage, whereas extensive damage could take weeks or even months. For an accurate timeline, a thorough evaluation is essential.