After a fire is put out and a home is declared safe for return, homeowners often discover that their fire-related problems are not over. Fires produce smoke and the odor of smoke can linger for a long time. Removing smoky smells after a fire is extinguished can be a daunting task, especially if materials like plastic and rubber were burned in the blaze.
Several factors impact how challenging it will be to remove the smell of smoke from your home. Those issues include the size of the fire, the materials that were burned, and the items that were exposed to the smoke. Here are some tips that may be helpful in getting rid of smoke odors after a fire:
If you find that doing all this on your own after having to suffer through the trauma of a fire is too much, there is an easier way. When you need to have your home in Little Rock, Hot Springs, Conway & Benton, Arkansas treated for smoke and soot damage, you can call for professional help. The company that can help you with this is Chenal Restoration.
We specialize not only in fire damage restoration and water damage restoration but also in smoke odor removal, and smoke & soot restoration. We also deal with mold remediation and general odor removal. Contact us today to schedule an assessment and a free estimate so we can get started on your restoration needs.