Luckily, not many fires result in complete destruction. However, even small fires can leave behind far more nasty soot and smoke residue than one would expect in Muir, MI. Spreading out easily, smoke and soot often coat a variety of surfaces, affecting both structural elements and personal possessions. Let’s be honest—it’s gross. But it doesn’t mean that all is lost. With the right help, by the right people, many of your objects, and your home or business in the West Michigan-area can be fully restored.
Utilizing the most innovative techniques, equipment and solutions, our smoke removal and fire restoration specialists thoroughly clear all interior spaces and structural elements of all traces of soot. But we’re not done yet. Unlike other fire damage mitigation and soot removal companies, we’re sticking around to make sure we can help relieve the stress and reduce the confusion that the insurance claim and fire restoration process often causes.
Following up with additional inspections, or filing detailed reports and line-item claims with your insurance company, we simply work to help you put the fire and its damages behind you.
After the fire inspectors tell you that it’s safe to enter the property, give us a call. We promise a prompt, courteous response, delivered with compassion and professionalism. As your trusted friend in the smoke removal and fire restoration industry in Muir, MI, we stand by our commitment to your satisfaction.
God bless each of you and your company. We were impressed by the professionalism of your employees’ demeanor. They were very polite and helpful (and patient regarding our many questions).
They always dealt with the situation immediately! Every time I called the Disaster Response to speak with Ryan or anyone else, they always dealt with the situation immediately or quickly got back with a response.
Ryan and his crew were phenomenal! They helped us get back to normal as quickly as possible. They were professional, here on time every morning, and cleaned up behind themselves daily until the job was complete.