Fire Damage Restoration Toronto

By Canada Restoration Services
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Fire Damage Restoration Toronto
Did your neighbour in Toronto have a fire?
Were you affected by it?
You are not alone.
 
The majority of those affected by fire damage are usually not the home-owners having a fire - what does this mean? It means that either the building, home, or property near you had a fire and your residence resulted in fire damage. This is very common especially in town houses in close knit subdivisions in Toronto. 
Usually this is covered by your insurance so do not worry! However, it is very important to choose the right company to handle the situation. Typically there will be structural damage and an engineer may need to be involved.
 
First Steps Towards Fire Damage Restoration:
 
1. Ensure that you and your family are safe.
2. Stay out of the property until it is deemed safe to return.
3. Depending on the extent of the fire damages, you may have to relocate for the time being.
4. Contact your insurance provider.
5. Contact a fire damage restoration contractor who is licensed, certified and trained.
6. The contractor and your insurance will work together to remediate and fix the fire damage.
7. Enjoy your newly renovated home.
 
Fire damage is not something anyone wishes to encounter, but if it does, you know who to call. Canada's Restoration Services is your #1 Emergency Fire Damage Restoration company in Toronto. We work with all major insurance companies across Canada and are equipped to handle any situation. To read more about our fire restoration work, see the link below:
 
 
Call us today at 1-888-551-0514
 
6 comments
Level 1 (XP: 50)
Thank you for the positive feedback. Remember to contact the Canada Restoration team today for more information about the fire restoration services we have to offer.
Level 3 (XP: 650)
last year
Wow! CRDN does some awesome work! Thanks so much for the interesting reply!
Level 3 (XP: 650)
last year
How do you remove the smoke smell from fabrics on furniture and upholstery? I recently went camping and my jacket still smells a bit like campfire. I wonder how much things in your home would smell from smoke damage....
Reply by Canada Restoration Services
last year
Yes, smoke is one of the most potent smells and is very difficult to remove. Anything with fabrics is taken to a 'glorified' drycleaner and which is then put through several processes to remove the smell. There is also a process called ozonation where the furniture is put in chambers with controlled temperatures and the odour particles are removed. A popular company across Canada is CRDN, see below for a link to their website:
http://crdn.com/en-us/SitePages/Welcome.aspx
Admin
Canada Restoration Services
last year
Yes, especially down town Toronto where the homes are right side by side. It is important to discuss with insurance to make sure that you have proper coverage!
Smoke damage is a major repercussion of fire damage! Sometimes all that is affected is only from smoke damage. It soaks into everything, couches, fabrics, clothes and is very hard to get rid of. It takes proper isolation, equipment and cleaning to fully remove the damage.
At Canada's Restoration Services we are fully trained to handle any damage whether it be fire or smoke damage.
Level 3 (XP: 650)
last year
I heard that another repercussion of fire damage is the smoke damage... Is that true?
Level 11 (XP: 6400)
last year
It's pretty scary most fire damages aren't the home owner's fault... especially in Toronto where there are many homes in tight spaces.
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