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Fire Damage Cleanup

Fire and smoke damage can be traumatizing.  Being a partial owner of the company, I know first hand how devastating it can be when my personal home caught fire, while I was trapped inside.  After weeks on the ventilator, and years of rehabilitation I am now certified in Fire and Smoke Remediation, odor control, and many other similar certifications set out by the IICRC. 


Being that fire damage had such a huge impact on my life, I'm very passionate about how we approach every single job.  With one priority:  help the owner / tenant.  

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A certified fire restoration company is essential in restoring your home to its original condition after a fire or smoke damage. Certified fire restoration companies are specially trained to handle the unique challenges of fire and smoke damage restoration. They are equipped with the knowledge and experience to handle the complexities of the job and they use specialized products and equipment to ensure that the job is done quickly and correctly. Certified fire restoration companies also have the knowledge and skills to recognize and address any potential safety hazards that may exist in your home, such as hazardous materials or structural instability.

A fire restoration company can provide expert advice and guidance to help you navigate the insurance claims process and navigate any potential disputes with your insurer. They will also provide access to a network of experienced and qualified contractors who can quickly and effectively restore your home or business to its pre-fire condition. In addition, a fire restoration company can help you with the complex paperwork required for an insurance claim, and help you get the most out of your policy.

Kwik Dry has been in fire and water damage cleanup for 22 years, a certified IICRC firm. This means that they have the experience and training to effectively restore homes after a water damage or flood. They have a team of qualified technicians who have been trained to properly identify, assess, and manage water damage. Kwik Dry also works with 1-800-BOARDUP, a non-profit organization that provides emergency board-up services to families and businesses. By teaming up with 1-800-BOARDUP, Kwik Dry is able to help restore homes in their community and provide aid to those affected by water damage or flood. Kwik Dry’s partnership with 1-800-BOARDUP ensures that their clients receive the best possible service and that their homes are restored to their pre-damage condition.


Fire damage can cause extensive damage to a property and can often lead to secondary damage if not cleaned up and restored quickly. That is why it is important to have a fire restoration company available for 24 / 7 emergency service to prevent any further damage. Kwik Dry LLC has been in business for over 22 years and is certified in Fire and Smoke Restoration through the Institution of Inspection Cleaning, Restoration Certification. We are available 24 / 7 to help clean up and restore your property after a fire.

1. Identify the risk: Identify the areas of your home or business that are most vulnerable to fire.


2. Create an evacuation plan: Develop an evacuation plan that outlines the steps everyone should take in the event of a fire.


3. Remove combustible items: Remove any combustible materials, such as paper, wood, and fabrics, from the premises.


4. Install smoke detectors: Install smoke detectors in all areas of the home or business to alert occupants of a potential fire.

5. Install fire extinguishers: Install fire extinguishers in key areas of the home or business, such as the kitchen and garage.


6. Conduct regular fire drills: Conduct regular fire drills to ensure everyone knows the evacuation plan.


7. Check electrical wiring: Regularly check electrical wiring and outlets to ensure they are in good condition.

8. Practice proper storage: Practice proper storage of combustible materials to reduce the risk of fire.


9. Educate occupants: Educate occupants on the importance of fire safety and proper fire mitigation techniques.

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