Timely Fire Damage Cleanup For Maximized Restoration
Fire and smoke cleanup can be a stressful and overwhelming task to face in the wake of disaster to your home or business. ServiceMaster by Rice crews specialize in professional, immediate assistance to your property after a fire. Our expertise in correctly handling your damage in a timely manner minimizes long-term repercussions.
How We Can Help
- Fast response time limits damage to property
- Advanced equipment to effectively assess and restore
- Efficient use of time reduces cost of repairs for you
- We work with all insurance carriers
- Trusted name in disaster cleanup for over 60 years
- IICRC Certified Employees
Restoration for Commercial Losses
ServiceMaster by Rice capabilities are not limited to small, residential jobs. Our large variety and bandwidth of high-end equipment give our crews the ability to restore any fire-damaged property. Having years of experience in caring for businesses in the aftermath of fire, we work efficiently and carefully to clean soft goods, furniture and carpets, cabinets, ceilings, walls, floors, and more to reach maximum restoration. Have your business’ fire disaster needs responded above all others by signing up for our Commercial Priority Response Program.
Restoration for Residential Losses
The ServiceMaster by Rice family has made it a priority to take care of families in the aftermath of fire loss for decades. Our long-standing tradition of efficient restorative fire damage cleanup enables your family to return to a sense of normalcy sooner, with the maximum amount of property salvaged. Our comprehensive process takes care of not only fire damage, but smoke and water damage left from putting out the fire as well.The ServiceMaster by Rice team will leave your home free of any risk of further deterioration while eliminating odor and moisture from smoke and water.
Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration Procedure Guidelines:
Cover openings in building structure to protect from vandalism or weather elements.
Inspect lingering damage from smoke and water.
Treatment of damaged surfaces to prevent further deterioration and corrosion.
Identification of restorable and non-salvageable items.
Usage of special products, system, and equipment to remove odor.