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Make Sure the Site of the Fire is Secure

10/30/2017 (Permalink)

Make Sure the Site of the Fire is Secure

Your business burning down is one of the worst things anyone has to go through. After establishing that everyone is safe and those who are injured have been attended to, the confusion sets in. The fire truck has left with its fire hose, and you don’t know what the next step is because you’re not a firefighter and don't know anything about the importance of having a good fire sprinkler system. Read on below for some basic tips on what to do after a fire.

People may steal from or vandalize the building even if there is extreme fire damage. The same goes for commercial fire damage. In fact, it can be worse for a commercial fire damage case than it is for your home. This is so because commercial buildings usually have expensive electronic equipment and furniture. If you are the owner of the building, you should secure the building to make sure no one can enter and cause further harm. Doing this will make the fire restoration process easy. You can also try to take any valuables that have survived the fire hose out of the building into a warehouse or any safe place close. Remember to note all of this down including any visible fire damage, soot damage, and details as to whether it might have been an electrical fire for fire restoration purposes. Sometimes a firefighter might give you some information regarding this. Don’t let the fire truck leave before you ask them a few questions for insurance purposes.

For more information please visit our website on fire http://www.SERVPROstgeorge.com/fire-smoke-damage-restoration

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