Lake Hiawatha NJ
Puff Back & Soot Cleanup Experts
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- We have a 60 minute average response time
- 24 hour emergency service
- Locally owned and operated
- FREE Estimates, Most Puff Backs are covered by your insurance!
- IICRC Certified Firm and highly trained technicians
- Certified in Fire, Smoke, Odor, Water, Lead….
- State of the art restoration and cleaning equipment
- Deal directly with your insurance adjuster
Lake Hiawatha NJ Puff Back & Soot Cleanup Experts
Lake Hiawatha NJ Puff Back Cleanup
What is a puffback?
- Odor Removal
- Water Damage Restoration
- Hard Contents Cleaning
- Soft Contents Cleaning
- HVAC Cleaning
- Inventory Documentation
Puff Back Cleanup in
Lake Hiawatha NJ
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Why are puffbacks dangerous for your home?
Puffbacks typically occur when the oil burner does not immediately ignite, causing a buildup within your furnace that can lead to an explosion. Older furnaces and homes are at more at risk than newer systems and constructs.
- Do not attempt to wash wallpaper or flat-painted walls, as improper cleaning will further compound the soot residue
- Do not use retail cleaning solutions or soap. These will only smear and spread the soot, not fully remove it
- Do not try to clean carpets and upholstered furniture
- Avoid touching items in the home. Soot on hands can easily permeate upholstery, walls and woodwork, causing additional damage
- Thorough assessment and documentation of your soot emergency.
- Photographs and measurements will be taken during this phase.
- Record and document the disposal of necessary food and medications.
- Immediate placement of HEPA air scrubbers and hydroxyls to begin soot and odor mitigation
- Contact insurance carrier/adjuster to give them the size and scope of the project.
- Deploy 8-12 people almost immediately to clean and decontaminate the affected structure and contents.
- Schedule HVAC air duct cleaning and sanitation for soot and odor.
- Replace all air filters in the HVAC systems.
- Coordinate the cleaning of soft goods, such as clothing, bedding, draperies, furniture, etc.
- Discuss rebuild options (such as, painting, carpeting, cabinetry, etc.) with homeowner if necessary after PDQ meets with your adjuster regarding your claim.
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