Creating a Clear Restoration Plan for Your Damaged Brandon Home
The job scoping phase helps create a custom recovery design for your Brandon property.
Structure fires are violent and overwhelming emergencies that expose the vulnerabilities of your home's construction and leave deep physical scarring behind. As restoration professionals, we must determine what can be done to return your property to its original condition as quickly as possible. Initially, emergency services can help to overcome immediate threats before restoration work can begin like:
- Structural damages
- Harsh odors
- Water damage
- Carcinogenic airborne particles
Establishing the Work Areas
To create a plan for fire damage restoration in Brandon homes, our experienced production manager and crew chief must first identify the work areas. This evaluation determines the size of the individual spaces, the condition of these rooms, and if there are off-limits areas that might be used for investigating the origin of the fire.
Determining the Priority of Actions
As you would expect, there is a definite order of restoration and recovery for fire-damaged properties. The initial evaluation determining where cleaning and mitigation are needed also categorizes the work often done by the rooms requiring the most restoration effort. Customer input could change these priorities.
Identifying and Disposing of Unsalvageable Materials
The job scoping phase will showcase some of the exposed building materials and contents in a fire-damaged home that restoration efforts cannot recover. These unsalvageables are inventoried in the same manner as restorable items until the necessary documentation gets filed with insurance providers. Once this happens, we can safely discard these items and bulk materials according to industry-standard practices.
Post-fire recovery is made more efficient and focused with a custom restoration plan created from data collected during a job scoping phase. Our experienced SERVPRO of Brandon / North Riverview team can provide effective mitigation and restoration based on priorities this assessment reveals. Give us a call today at (813) 741-3473.