We’ve all heard of the dangers of smoke inhalation during a fire. What many people don’t realize is that smoke damage after a fire if left untreated, can cause long-term damage to your property, your possessions and your health.
When it comes to flood, fire and water restoration in Lethbridge, ServiceMaster Lethbridge believes that the better informed our customers are, the better prepared they are when it comes time to choose a restoration company. For that reason we have started this blog to inform our clients about how they can best respond when disaster strikes. Be sure to check back often, as we expect to add more information as it becomes available.
You can lose as much as 400 litres of water an hour if a pipe bursts in your home. To put that into perspective, your average bathtub can hold up to 200 litres, meaning that two full bathtubs of water will be entering your house every hour.
While preventative measures like smoke detectors and caution using flammable materials go a long way in keeping our homes and businesses safe from fires, sometimes disaster still strikes. If your residential or commercial property falls prey to the flames, dealing with the aftermath may seem like an overwhelming task. That’s why it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the best course of action to take immediately following a fire. Here are some guidelines from your fire damage restoration experts in southern Alberta, ServiceMaster of Lethbridge.
Water truly is a force of nature. It can also be highly destructive. It can ruin your belongings, bring contaminants rushing into your home and threaten the structural integrity of your entire house. If your home has suffered water damage, you need restoration. The team at ServiceMaster Lethbridge can help you every step of the way. Our experts are experienced with restoration services from fire to water damage. Here are some steps for you to do first.