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Living with any type of smoke damage is not only uncomfortable but it can also pose potential risks to your personal health. Knowing the things that can risk smoke damage in your home can pose to your health now and in the future.
Published on: 10/17/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
In 2021, there were more than 450,000 home structure fires reported in the US. Even with modern safety equipment, the risk of fire in the home is still a significant one. It is something that can happen to any of us.
Published on: 10/03/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
Whenever you have an electrical fire, kitchen grease fire, or another fire happening in your building, smoke is one of the major contributors to create damage. Even if the fire is quite small, localized and put out quickly, you could still have extensive smoke damage throughout the property. You do not want to let smoke and related odors linger too long because they will soak into furniture, carpets, and into the walls. The longer you leave smoke damage, the harder it is going to be to do the repair work.
Published on: 09/26/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
In the event of a home fire or another home emergency, it’s important to be prepared with a plan to keep you and your family safe. Pet owners should be especially prepared because they have a few extra furry family members to consider. Here are some important pet fire safety tips to consider when making a fire or emergency plan for your home.
Published on: 09/19/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
According to the National Fire Protection Association, there are an estimated approximately 350,000 home structure fires per year. Depending on the severity of the fire and what caused the fire, the damage can be cleaned up easily or require a professional restoration team. While there are many causes of home fire damage, there are a few that happen most often like cooking grease fires, electrical problems, unattended candles, and smoking-related fires. Let’s learn a little more about each of them below, brought to you from all of us at California State Restoration in Santa Rosa, CA.
Published on: 09/05/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
Homeowners worldwide fear the consequences of a severe house fire because of the level of damage that can occur in a very short period. House fires can begin for various reasons, some preventable and others that cannot be predicted. From a sudden fire in the kitchen, while cooking to frayed electrical wiring, the causes of a house fire are too numerous to list here on this blog.
Published on: 07/18/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
During an evacuation, it can be difficult to remember what supplies you may need to take with you. At California State Restoration servicing Santa Rosa, CA and the North Bay, we suggest that you should put together an emergency supply kit in advance and follow these car preparation tips if your area becomes in danger. Remember, your safety is what matters most, so please listen to authorities when they ask you to evacuate and do not wait to leave the area.
Published on: 06/20/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
The National Weather Service sends out Red Flag Warnings & Fire Weather Watches to alert fire departments of the onset, or possible onset, of critical weather and dry conditions that could lead to rapid or dramatic increases in wildfire activity.
Published on: 03/21/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
Fires can have disastrous effects on a home or business. They can spread quickly and cause severe damage in a matter of minutes. Even smaller fire damage can cause permanent damage to a building. Smoke and soot damage are common in every size of fire and can cause lingering damage.
Published on: 03/07/2022 | Category: Fire Restoration
A house fire is surely one of the most stressful events that anyone can ever experience. Whether it’s a tiny kitchen fire or a larger event, seeing your place in flames is extremely distressing. Once you know that everyone is safe and that the firefighters have extinguished the blaze successfully, the stress levels will likely taper off slightly – but there is still a new, overwhelming job ahead of you, and that’s getting your life back to normal.
Published on: 10/25/2021 | Category: Fire Restoration