Fire Damage Can Cause Water Damage Also in Your Deer Creek Area Home
When fire damage strikes your Deer Creek area home, not only will the structure be affected by fire and soot, but also likely water. During the firefighting efforts, firefighters can use up to 100 gallons of water a minute. Though completely necessary to contain and extinguish the fire, this can also cause secondary damage related to water flooding into the structure.
Our teams at SERVPRO of Lakewood-Ken Caryl were able to quickly get on-site and begin to work. Due to the extensive fire damage, our teams had to remove sheetrock and simulation that had become damaged by both the fire and water. SERVPRO of Lakewood-Ken Caryl teams work to remove all damaged materials so that repairs can take place and the home can be restored to preloss condition.