Southern California residents know all too well that when the temperatures rise and the Santa Ana winds blow, the threat of brush fires is all too real. Even if you don’t live in a high fire risk area, a fire on your property can cause thousands of dollars in repairs.
Whether Mother Nature or accident is to blame, Comfort 1 Heating & Air Conditioning Services provides fire damage restoration to Woodland Hills and Canoga Park, CA. We provide residents with safe, reliable fire damage rehabilitation, smoke remediation, and smoke odor removal. We will restore your home to its original state.
Fire damage reparation involves cleaning and repairing your home after a fire strikes. Contacting a fire restoration contractor like Comfort 1 Heating & Air Conditioning Services is the safest way to repair residential fire damage. We have the training and the tools required to bring your house back to life. Give us a call for 24-hour emergency service and guaranteed customer satisfaction on our fire damage restoration services.
Prevent a fire by taking safety measures, including annual furnace maintenance by a qualified professional.
Fire Damage & Smoke Remediation Services
Once the fire is out and everyone is safe, it is important to begin the process of repairing immediately. Fire damage is usually accompanied by water damage, created by fire responders trying to put out the flames. So it is important to repair the damage quickly to avoid the chance of mold and mildew breeding. Comfort 1 Heating & Air Conditioning Services will begin the cleanup process right away. We will use ozone generators and industrial-grade vacuum cleaners to extract every last bit of smoke and soot from your home.
We provide fire and smoke remediation services so you can begin to recover from the devastation. These services include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Repair Fire Damage
- Smoke Damage Control
- Smoke Odor Removal
- Restore Furniture, Fixtures, Walls
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- Water Extraction
- Structural Drying
- Desiccant Drying Trailers
- Mold & Fungus Removal
- 24/7 Emergency Service
At Comfort 1 Heating & Air Conditioning Services, we live up to our motto, “No Job Is Too Difficult For Our Highly Skilled Team.” Let us help you recover from the devastating aftermath of a fire so you can put it behind and move forward.
Smoke Odor & Damage Removal
The smoke odor and damage caused by a fire will continue long after the blaze has been put out. That is why you must hire a smoke remediation team who has the experience and equipment to remove smoke odor properly. Comfort 1 Heating & Air Conditioning Services uses high-grade equipment designed to remove smoke particles from the air, as well as musty odors from water damage and mildew.
If and when disaster strikes, call Comfort 1 Heating & Air Conditioning Services. We are always available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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What You Can Do to Prevent a House Fire
In addition to HVAC maintenance, here are some more fire prevention tips homeowners can take to limit the chance of a fire, in or around the home.
Inside the House
- Routine heating maintenance
- Regularly change furnace filters
- Remove lint from your dryer
- Keep dry leaves, firewood, and trash away from the structure
- Avoid using outlet extenders or plug-in power bars
- Keep the stove and oven clear
Outside the House
- Fireproof your roof – Embers flying from nearby brush fires will settle on your roof, and start a blaze. Cover exterior vent openings, doggy doors, and rooftop openings to keep embers out.
- Secure the outside perimeter – The National Fire Prevention Agency recommends moving combustibles 30 feet away from the house. Instead of a wood fence, consider a metal or concrete wall.
- Working with the community – If you live in an urban area where homes are closer together, your house is as fireproof as your next-door neighbors. If their house goes up in flames, chances are yours will too. Communities working together is the best form of fire prevention.