Fire Emergency? What to do until help arrives?
What to do until help arrives!
Did you know …?
Every Fire Damage Emergency might be different but regularly the process to overcome the issue stay the same. At SERVPRO of Martin County we hope that your family and your business do not experience those difficult situations, however when this type of emergency arise, we have you covered with our Fire Damage Restoration Process.
No matter how worried you are about your house or business, to be in the safe place it is very important to ask yourself if it is not dangerous to stay in the property. If you do, be alert of electronic devices, they might drop putting your safety in risk. As you might know some supplies are better conductors of heat and can start the fire again, so pay special attention to those materials.
Second, try to avoid the movement in the place to prevent the smoke particles from being drive into upholstery and carpets as well touch the less possible and keep your hands clean so you do not transfer the oil and dirt from your hands, making it worst materials such as upholstery, walls, and woodwork. To protect the carpet from more damage we recommend putting some old linens or clean towels on carpet traffic areas.
Avoid consuming any food that have been in the place during the fire and keep the power off do not try to operate any electrical device at the place. And make sure that the electricity is completed off to avoid short circuits. We also recommend emptying your freezer and refrigerator, and keep doors open, do not consume any food that have been in the place during the fire, do not try to operate any electrical device at the place.
We also recommended when Fire Emergency and wondering what to do until help arrives! To wait for SERVPRO of Martin County so we do the cleaning, do not effort to clean walls, carpets or painted surfaces. Do not try to clean any electrical appliances that have been close to fire, water or heat.
SERVPRO of Martin County will be at the place as soon as possible. We attend emergencies of restoration the 24/7 no matter how big they are. In case of fire emergency the damages will be not just for fire, there will be water and smoke damage too.
Have Questions About Fire Emergency? And what to do until help arrives! Call SERVPRO of Martin County Today – (772) 334-8762 or visit our Blog online for more information: https://www.SERVPROmartincounty.com/blog