How Does Burlington Commercial Fire Damage Restoration Address Burnt Proteins?
SERVPRO Fire Damage Restoration Mitigates Malodors in Burlington Businesses
In 2019 alone, reported non-residential structural fires caused over $4.3 billion in damages, according to a National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) survey of US fire departments. After adjusting for inflation, the property loss per structure fire from 1977 to 2018 increased a whopping 43%. Fire damage restoration needs have also increased due to an uptick in fires over time.
SERVPRO fire damage restoration professionals serve Burlington property owners with services performed quickly and to code, 24/7. Highly-trained techs, staff, and franchise owners undergo thorough education to stay current on restoration industry best practices and better aid community members in need.
Commercial Protein Fire Damage Cleanup and Odor Control Methods
Cooking fires are common in commercial kitchens, many of which occur while cooking proteins. Cleaning up smoke and soot is one issue. Still, burnt proteins leave behind great, odorous residues that require very specific cleanup measures to mitigate fully.
- SERVPRO technicians treat protein residues with enzyme digesters, which eliminate proteins and convert them into water-soluble byproducts
- Technicians clean these byproducts with EPA-registered antimicrobial solutions
- Further odor control after a protein fire in a commercial kitchen includes abrasion cleaning on heavily charred surfaces with soda ash, time-release odor removal pellets, and thermal fogging with commercial-grade, solvent-based deodorizers
If food items are affected by fire, SERVPRO can dispose of these items after they are inventoried for a proof of loss claim and a Disposal of Belongings Release is signed.
SERVPRO of Bristol leaves businesses looking “Like it never even happened,” after a disaster. Call (860) 582-3330 to begin the restoration process.