Fire Damage

Putting out the fire is just the beginning

A fire can be one of the most traumatic and devastating events for a property owner. Once the fire has been put out by emergency services and the smoke clears, the emergency fire response team from Restoration & Recovery Contractors of America is here to help.

The damage caused by fires does not stop after the flames have died out. To recover as much of your property as possible, an effective emergency response during the first 24-48 hours after a fire is imperative. 

Smoke and soot, and the odors from both, will continue to cause damage to your property, possessions, and health after a fire has been put out. They must be neutralized and removed as soon as possible. 

Reliable fire & smoke damage restoration services

The residue left behind by a fire can be dangerous and cause health problems if not taken care of properly. You do not want to attempt to clean up your property on your own in order to avoid causing more damage to the property or your health.

Our experienced team knows how to handle fire and smoke restoration correctly, and possesses the proper tools to do so. 

Contact us immediately if you have recently experienced a fire on your property and have fire damage, and let us help you lessen the damage from this devastating experience.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Typically, it’s best to wait for our restoration technicians to arrive. They have the proper equipment, products, and resources to safely restore your building materials and items. One thing you can do to aid the restoration process is set items aside that must be restored first, such as electronics. This allows us to be more efficient during the recovery process.

This will depend on the extent of the damage. Destruction across multiple floors will take days or weeks to restore compared to one roof of a home. Also keep in mind that commercial buildings like offices and warehouses will take longer than homes due to their size, and they also have to pass an inspection code with the city.

This will also depend on the extent of the damage. If the structure is not stable or you are left without running water or electricity, you should relocate temporarily. But for smaller fires that affected a single area of the home, small factors like noise disruption and smoke smell will be present. It’s ultimately your decision whether or not you choose to stay.

In most cases, the contents will be restored on-site, but sometimes the property has suffered extensive damage which makes this impossible. If the structure is not stable or does not allow for ideal conditions, we will have your items inventoried, packed, and delivered to our climate-controlled facility for proper restoration.

Any items with personal or high monetary value should be kept with you at all times, like:

  • Family valuables
  • Personal documents
  • Checkbooks, cash, and credit cards
  • Medications

No. We ask that you please leave the HVAC unit off until it has been inspected by one of our technicians. Without even knowing, fire damage may have affected the unit and turning it on can lead to spreading soot particles throughout the property. Please wait until we have inspected and approved the unit for use.

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Learn more about our simple, convenient, & efficient process


Contact us to schedule an assessment. We will gather the necessary information from you, and can have a tech out to your location in as little as one hour for emergencies.


Our certified technician will arrive on-site to inspect the damage and give you an estimate to determine the scope of work needed. We will work directly to your insurance to simplify the process.

Mitigation & Restoration

We get to work extracting, cleaning, drying, dehumidifying, and anything else required to prevent further damage to your property. It’s important to start this process as soon as possible to avoid causing irreversible damage, which is why we work to offer the quickest response times in the area.

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