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Additional Fire Services SERVPRO Provides

11/21/2019 (Permalink)

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Additional Fire Services SERVPRO Provides


In some cases it may be important to secure openings to your home or structure using sturdy, durable materials designed to protect it from both weather intrusion and intrusion by outsiders. SERVPRO® Franchise Professionals may perform the board-up themselves, or outside subcontractors may be utilized.


Utilizing Contents Claim Inventory Service (CCIS) technology, SERVPRO® Franchise Professionals can generate comprehensive room-by-room inventories. Contents are categorized as salvageable, non-salvageable and questionable - allowing for easier contents settlement.


If prolonged exposure to the loss event could cause additional damage to your contents, your contractor requests relocation of the contents, or the safety of your contents is a concern, a move-out may be recommended. In these situations, SERVPRO® Franchise Professionals are trained to properly inventory, move out and control the contents from the structure during the cleaning, restoration and deodorization process.

Electronics Cleaning 

Smoke residues can contain acids that corrode metal surfaces when moisture is also present. If the residues are not removed, corrosion can eat away at the metal casing and can ultimately cause electronic failure in the device. A SERVPRO® Franchise Professional can clean the outside casing correctly, as well as refer your equipment to a qualified electronics vendor.


Artwork ranges from inexpensive framed pictures to extremely valuable fine art. Restoration of valuable art requires the use of a trained art restorer (known as a conservator), while less expensive art may not warrant these costly specialized services. A SERVPRO® Franchise Professional will usually subcontract fine art restoration to a conservator. If desired, the SERVPRO® Franchise Professional may attempt to remove smoke residues and odors, after qualifying with the customer that such cleaning procedures may affect the visible appearance of the item.

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