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Tackle Fire Damage with SERVPRO

1/10/2022 (Permalink)

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Fire damage is no joke! The National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) reports that heating is responsible for the majority of U.S. home fires, deaths, and injuries. In fact, December, January, and February are the peak months for heating fires! This makes it extremely important to keep professionals in contact.

SERVPRO of East Bradenton / Lakewood has the training and expertise to help make any fire damage look “Like it never even happened.”

Give us a call on our 24-Hour line at (941) 747-2333.

Why Call SERVPRO for Fire Damage

Fires in Manatee Country are more common than people assume. While most home and business owners will be glad to hear that they are unlikely to experience smoke or fire damage, this is not a guarantee. Far from it! In fact, Manatee County experiences a little over two fires a day.

Backed by a national system of over 1,700 franchises, SERVPRO of East Bradenton / Lakewood Ranch can get you the resources you need quickly before a single fire destroys everything you’ve worked hard for.

In addition, we work with your insurance to address any issues and help bring costs down for you. For a stress free claims process on your fire damage, call SERVPRO for details at (941) 747-2333.

Fire Damage Tips

To minimize the chances of fire damage, we have brought together some ideas which can help you.

  1. Keep objects away from heaters and fireplaces! Flammable objects like papers and beauty products should stay at least three-feet away from heating equipment.
  2. Set up a carbon monoxide detector. Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas. Since it can be produced by a number of fuel-burning devices, it's important to have carbon monoxide alarms on every level of your home. This will ensure every person in the home can hear and be alerted to the emergency.
  3. Clean your appliances regularly! Big or small, kitchen appliances ought to be kept in good repair. Grease buildup is a major problem for interior oven walls, your stovetop, and even your exhaust hood. All of these can trigger fires.

Ready to tackle storm damage? Call us at (941) 747-2333.

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