Fire Damage Restoration Toronto

Has your home or business been damage by fire due to house fire, business fire or outdoor fire?

A fire can destroy the structure of your home or business in a matter of minutes. This is one of the most unpleasant things that can ever happen. In addition, a fire can leave disastrous consequences and fire restoration can be very complex. United Water Restoration Group of Toronto is professional trained and equipped to mitigate damage and salvage your property using advanced fire and smoke cleanup procedures. 

Did you know that fire damage is accompanied by smoke damage and water damage due to firefighting efforts? You can depend on our highly trained technicians to restore your property to its original condition or even better. United Water Restoration Group of Toronto uses the best deodorization products to get the burn and smoke smell of out of your home or business. 

Fire Damage Restoration Toronto

What Is Fire Damage Restoration?

Fire damage restoration starts with the most accurate assessment of the damages in your home or business. We take into account the square footage of the structure that has been affected by the fire and the extent exposed to soot or smoke damage. 

United Water Restoration Group of Toronto has over 14 years of experience in fire damage restoration and smoke damage restoration. Our highly trained technicians can help you restore your property and assist you through this very difficult time.

We recognize and understand the devastating emotional effects a fire has on home and business owners, so we work with speed and consideration to mitigate damage and salvage your property. 

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What Causes Fire Damage?

As a home or business owner, it’s important to understand the basic principles of fires and fire safety, in order to avoid common fire damage causes. 

Did you know when a pot or pan overheats or splatters grease it can only take seconds to start a fire? Most kitchen fires occur because people get distracted, leave their cooking unattended, and keep combustibles such as oven mitts and paper towels close to heat sources.

Did you know most house fires occur because of the homeowner’s failure to maintain and inspect their chimneys or heating equipment? In addition, portable heaters also account for household fires because they aren’t kept away from anything that can burn such as curtains and furniture, as well as people use portable heaters to dry shoes and clothes too.

Did you know lighting sources are responsible for most electrical fires? You should ensure that your outlets aren’t overloaded with plugs, you’re not running electrical wires under rugs or furniture, and your electrical appliances don’t have loose or frayed cords and plugs.

What Can You Do To Prevent Fires?

Understanding the basic principles of fires and fire safety can prevent most fires from starting or intensifying. This will help you make potentially life saving decisions when faced with a fire that has already started. We recommend that you have a fire extinguisher or other suppressants such as baking soda and salt to help you put out a minor to moderate blue yourself. 

Your home or business should have multiple number of alarms, smoke detectors and sprinklers. 

You should come up with multiple ways to evacuate from any room in your home or business and practice these routes on a regular basis.

It’s important to understand the basic principles of fires and learning simple fire safety skills such as avoiding doorknobs and crawling to avoid heat and smoke.