Fire and Smoke Damage Prevention Advice

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Fire and Smoke Damage Prevention Advice

Fire and Smoke Damage Prevention Advice: Our restoration staff are experts when it comes to mitigating the effects of fire and smoke damage, but people also rely on them for help in preventing such outcomes too.

Here are some simple ways to prevent fires in the home or office:

  • Make sure to never place space heaters near or on any flammable surfaces as these can flash over and create a large fire extremely quickly.
  • Check your fire extinguishers around the home or office to see what kinds of fires they are meant to put out as some kinds of retardants are specifics to specific fire outbreak situations.
  • Never plug too many cords or appliances into the same singular outlet at once as this can overload the system and cause an electrical fire.
  • Check on old appliances or ones that experience regular use for any wear and tear on the cords as these can eventually split and cause shorts that inspire electrical blazes.

There are many ways to prevent fires in your home or office, and this list simply comprises some of the most common sources for fire outbreaks.

That being stated, these are not all of the methods for prevention, so if you have questions that needs to be addressed, then contact our fire and smoke damage restoration team for advice.

If your home or office has recently gone through a fire or smoke damage scenario, then don’t wait for the situation to get worse. Contact our fire and smoke damage restoration team with NWA Restore It, Inc. for help today!

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AT NWA Restore It, INC. WE protect
our customers and Employees

All of our professionals follow preventative safety measures

  • We stay at least 6 feet away from clients and others in clients’ homes, including pets, when possible.
  • We use an appropriate mask for the task.
  • We regularly wash our hands or use hand sanitizer, if soap and water are not available.
  • Before the visit, we discuss the details of the service and may request that you send photos via text or by email,  to help reduce the amount of time spent inside your home.

What you need to know Before scheduling services or repairs?

Per CDC Guidelines:
  • Ask the service provider to wear a mask.
  • You and other household members should wear masks.
  • Stay at least 6 feet from the service provider, and limit interactions between the service provider and other household members and pets.
  • After the service is completed, clean and disinfect any surfaces in your home that may have been touched by the service provider.

NWA Restore It Inc. also provides Covid-19 Cleaning & Disinfection Service Needs