Fire and Smoke Restoration

See the dramatic difference soda cleaning can make.
Fireplace and hearth after fire damage
Fire-damaged fireplace after soda blasting has removed smoke and char.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Once a burned building has been cleared of salvageable possessions and ruined drywall, carpet and furnishings, it’s time to remove fire and smoke residue from the building’s remaining structure. It’s time for soda cleaning.

Soda cleaning effectively removes greasy smoke residue, char and unpleasant odor from fire-damaged buildings.

• Inside or outside.

• Walls, ceilings, fireplaces, floors or substructure.

• Effectively cleans wood, brick, concrete, stone, metal or ceramic tile without damage.

• After soda cleaning, you’re ready for re-building to begin.

Look at the highest barn rafter in the photo below to see the dramatic difference soda cleaning makes. This job is almost complete; the lower rafters have already been cleaned.

Soda Clean technician removes smoke damage from barn rafters.
Soda Clean technician removes smoke damage from barn rafters. This job is almost done; almost all the rafters were darkened by fire like the ones at the top of the barn.

Soda is the only media that can remove the odor left behind after a fire.

Baking soda is environmentally friendly.  It can be dissolved in fresh water, leaving only the contaminants for disposal.  In most non-hazardous applications, the residue from soda cleaning can be rinsed into sanitary drains or sewers. Soda is an excellent de-greasing media that eliminates the use of solvents in most cleaning processes.  It does not “dissolve” grease and oil but coats the particles, causing them to release from the surface.

The before and after photos below show the results of soda cleaning the exterior of a fire-damaged brick building.

Soda cleaning removed the smoke and fire damage.
Soda cleaning removed the smoke and fire damage, returning the wall to its original condition.
Fire-damaged brick and concrete block building
Fire and smoke leave major damage, even to the unburned parts of a building, like this brick and concrete block wall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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