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Fire and Smoke Damage

Effects of Fire and Smoke

The trained FIX Fire Damage Professional will survey the loss site to determine the extent of fire, smoke, heat and moisture impacted on building materials and contents. The complexity of property loss or destruction due to fire damage is due to the unique behavior of smoke.


  • FIX Team Estimators will provide you and your adjuster a full scope of the damages and estimate the cost of repairs.
  • The FIX team has the training and the access to specialty equipment needed in the complex restoration of a property damaged by fire.
  • FIX provides a full warranty coverage for your property.
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Inspection and Pretesting

The FIX Professional Team pretest while inspecting the property to determine the extent of fire damage and the scope of needed cleaning, restoration, and repairs.

Pretesting allows the FIX Restoration Team to focus on saving precious items and valuables that are most precious to families.

It is essential to the FIX Estimators to provide detail information to your insurance adjuster, city or county inspectors and engineers to determine the total restoration needs of the project in the following areas.

  • The full extent of the smoke and fire damage. How many materials are affected by smoke or fire? What is the proper method for cleaning? Will your personal belongings and contents need to be relocated while your house is restored?
  • Unaffected areas. It is always vital to protect areas that were not affected by soot and odor before the damage spreads to these areas. It always saves money and time!
  • What materials can be restored and what materials must be replaced. Are the smoke residues cleanable? Who completes the inventory of items that are damaged beyond repair? How long does the clean-up process take? How long will it take before restoration begins?
  • The most effective cleaning methods. What procedure must be applied to restore the damaged materials?

Once the fire damage mitigation begins, the FIX Professional Team will keep you informed and answer your questions.

Types of Smoke Damage

Once the FIX Specialists’ arrive at the scene, they will test the soot to determine which type of smoke damage occurred. Cleaning procedures will be based on the information identified during fire damage pretesting.

Types of Soot:

  • Wet Smoke Residues—Resulting from smoldering fires with low heat. Soots are sticky, smeary and are pungent. Smoke webs can be difficult to clean.
  • Dry Smoke Residues—Result from fast burning fires at high temperatures. Soots are often dry, powdery, small, non-smeary smoke particles.
  • Protein Residues—Virtually invisible residues that discolor paints and varnishes. Extreme pungent odor.
  • Fuel Oil—Furnace puff backs distribute fuel oil soot.
  • Other Types—Fire Extinguisher, tear gas, and powders.
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