Fire Damage Restoration in Fort Myers
Experiencing a fire in your home is devastating and can put an immediate hold on all your daily activities. You may begin wondering how you can get your life back to normal. Our team of fire restoration experts here at Jenkins Restorations are ready to help you do just that and more! Not only do we work with you to repair and restore your home, we also utilize the latest technologies to restore many of the precious contents of your home previously thought to have been lost.
When it comes to house fires, no two incidents are the same. To create a unique plan of restoration for your home, your dedicated project manager will assess all aspects of the fire damage including the cause, composition, size, and waste. We will then walk through every step of the process with you and help you handle the claim with your insurance carrier. Our priority is to restore your property and life as quickly as possible after a house fire!
Three Steps To Restoration
We provide a customized estimate and schedule.
An experienced estimator will come to your home or business, review the damage, and provide a timely estimate for restoration. As experts in the restoration industry, we even work with your insurance to get your project moving quickly so you can get your life back to normal.
Your damage is repaired with quality and care.
A dedicated project manager will oversee every aspect of your home or business restoration from start to finish. We will communicate with you every step of the way and give you the same care and attention to detail we would our own homes and businesses.
Smoke Damage Restoration
When it comes to smoke damage, there’s no time to waste. Smoke is a silent killer that lingers in your furniture, flooring, and walls and leaves long-term effects. If you have smoke damage in Fort Myers after a fire or suspect you have smoke damage in your home from any other source, call Jenkins Restorations to keep your family safe and get back your peace of mind.
Cleaning Smoke Damage in Fort Myers
It’s not just the fire itself that can cause damage to your home. Smoke and soot from the fire can seep into the walls, ceilings, and other hidden spaces in your home.
While smoke damage primarily occurs during a fire, that is not the only reason you may find evidence of smoke damage in your house. Home furnaces that have been improperly calibrated or are malfunctioning can also cause smoke damage that often goes unnoticed. Soot, the byproduct of combustion, is carried through the home by smoke. This allows it to seep behind walls, ceilings, attics, or into other areas that may not be obviously affected by a fire.
If proper smoke remediation is not performed, damage from a fire, a faulty furnace, or any other cause of smoke and soot in the home can lead to safety and health risks. Leaving smoke damage untreated can cause:
- Health issues, particularly with asthma and similar conditions.
- Etching, caused by low PH in soot, can be found in metal and/or furniture pieces in your home.
- Staining, especially on porous or lighter colored materials, can permanently change the pigmentation the longer it sits untreated.
If you have smoke damage after a fire or suspect you have smoke damage in your home from any other source, call Jenkins Restorations to keep your family safe and get back your peace of mind.
How To Contact Us
While we hope you never experience a fire in your home, Jenkins Restorations’ team of experts is available 24/7 in the event that you need us. Let us bring you peace of mind, and help get your life back to normal!
Jenkins Restorations – Fort Myers, FL
4750 Bayline Drive
North Fort Myers, FL 33917
Fire Prevention Methods
You may not be able to predict a fire, but you can take preventative measures to decrease the risk of one occurring in your home.
- Check your smoke detectors regularly to ensure they are functioning properly.
- Always have a fire extinguisher on hand.
- Be sure that lithium batteries and other specialized batteries are stored properly according to manufacturer recommendations.
- Have your HVAC system inspected once a year.
- Keep your outdoor grill at least 12 feet from your home.
Taking the time to create a fire safety plan for your household in case of emergency will help keep your family informed on what to do if a fire occurs.