Unfortunately, disasters happen on a daily basis. Grease fires in the kitchen, lightning striking, electrical fires... these traumas leave people in a state of chaos. Getting your life back to a normal state as quickly as possible is the ultimate goal of Complete Restoration, Inc.

Even the smallest fire can be damaging and completely devastating to a household. Complete Restoration, Inc. provides professional, hassle-free care that includes burn damage restoration, smoke odor removal and much, much more.

Besides the resulting damages, the stench of smoke is a serious issue even from small fires. When larger fires occur, sometimes porous items - such as dry wall or roof trusses - need to be treated and/or replaced. The catalyst of the fire itself dictates the different type of residue that remains on surfaces. Each type of residual deems its own unique processes for a complete restoration. Cabinets and other woodwork may or may not be salvaged depending on their finish. Nevertheless, if smoke and soot are not removed with proper methods, the stale smoke odor will be ever present when you open cabinets, closets, go into your attic, or turn on your central heat and air unit.

Not all items or structures can be restored, but Complete Restoration, Inc. will assess those issues with a case-to-case evaluation. Removal, repair, restoration, and rebuilding of your structure is our number one priority. Restoring what’s possible has saved insurance companies millions of dollars over the years. That result ultimately saves you (and other home and small business owners) on a daily basis with the availability of lower premiums.

Hiring Complete Restoration, Inc. puts us in as your “middle man” to negotiate with your designated insurance adjuster. Insurance company policies may vary regarding replacement/restoration. Complete Restoration, Inc. strives to assure that you are receiving the best choices for your job estimate - for quality work, replacement products, and restoration decisions - to return your property to its original condition.

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• Change the filter for your central
   heat and air unit.

• Duct vents should have two layers
   of cheesecloth (do not substitute)
   taped over them.

• If electrical service has been
    disconnected (normal procedure
   during a fire), empty freezers and
   refrigerators and prop doors open.

• Chrome may be protected from
   further damage with an applied thin
   coating of oil or petroleum jelly.

• DO NOT attempt to clean the area.
   Washing walls, cleaning carpets or
   upholstery may result in additional
   damage if not handled correctly.

• DO NOT clean or turn on ANY
   electrical appliances without them
   first being inspected by an authorized
   repair service. Extreme heat and
   water can cause damage far beyond

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