Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration | Dry Effect Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati 513-763-2121

Northern KY 859-757-2055
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Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration

Cincinnati’s Best Choice for Fire & Smoke Damage Cleanup

Experiencing a fire or smoke damage in your home is already stressful enough. Our Cincinnati technicians understand the trauma of a fire and will work with you so your possessions are handled like you want them to be.

Fire and Smoke Restoration Cincinnati

Often fire and smoke damage done to your home is a horrific event.  It is even more aggravating that now someone must come into your home to the prized possessions left to remove them to be salvaged if possible.  Many questions come to mind if they will value those items and not damage them further or will they be able to properly restore them or will they be lost.  Be confident in the choice you make with choosing Dry Effect for your Cincinnati fire and smoke remediation needs.  Our highly trained IICRC certified firm and technicians understand the traumatic event your family has suffered and wants you to be a part of each decision that is made to ensure your possessions are handled properly as you would want them to be.  During this time we are here for you to restore your life and Cincinnati home back to normal. The only way to do that is a fresh kind of cleanup! Call us today.

Additional Services Offered

  1. Mold Remediation
  2. Residential and Commercial Water Damage Restoration
  3. Carpet Water Extraction
  4. Flood Cleanup
  5. Specialized drying methods- (hardwoods, plaster, etc)
  6. Bed Bug Thermal Remediation Treatments
  7. Odor Control
  8. Hoarding
  9. Emergency Board-up
  10. Fire/ Smoke Damage
  11. Roofing

We also offer FREE ESTIMATES FOR EMERGENCY BOARD UP and complementary glass clean-up on site by our trained Cincinnati professionals.

 

Fire & Smoke Damage Facts

The three elements necessary for combustion are:

  1. Fuel
  2. Oxygen
  3. Heat

The size of particulate matter produced by fire is extremely small.

Particles range from 0.1 to 4 micrometers or microns in diameter. A micron is a small unit of measure and is invisible to the naked eye.

Both soot particles and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons have been reported to be carcinogenic.

This is why it is very important for all personnel at the fire damage site to wear properly fitted respirators with HEPA-rated filters capable of removing the VOCs- volatile organic compounds. Additionally HEPA air scrubbers with activated carbon filtration need to be placed within these spaces to reduce airborne contaminants.

There are generally three types of soot residues that are produced in a fire. They are as follows:

  1. Protein residues- results from overcooked or burned meat, fish or beans.
  2. Natural substance odor and residue- resulted from burned paper or wood.
  3. Synthetic residues –resulted where the burned material is oil based.

What influences smoke’s behavior?

  1. Combustion temperatures
  2. Air pressure changes
  3. Magnetism
  4. Ionization
  5. Impingement

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