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New London Fire Damage Restoration for Commercial HVAC, How Can Help?

2/1/2022 (Permalink)

dirty duct--fiberboard New London area commercial buildings rely on SERVPRO for cleaning ducts after a fire damaging incident, "Like it never even happened."

SERVPRO Fire Damage Restoration Provides New London HVAC Soot Cleanup

According to 2019 data from the U.S. Fire Administration, non-residential building fires impacted over 110,000 structures across the country. Cooking mishaps caused almost a third of these fires. Fires in New London facilities that handle food, whether they occur in restaurant kitchens or office break room kitchenettes, require a high standard of fire damage mitigation that can minimize business downtime.

New London SERVPRO fire damage restoration professionals respond within hours to commercial property owners’ calls to remove debris, eliminate the presence of soils and odors, and perform necessary repair and replacement tasks per the standards set by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC.)

HVAC Cleaning and Restoration for Commercial Facilities

While HVAC systems do not always require cleanup after a fire, SERVPRO technicians do inspect them for smoke residue buildup or other soils related to fire damage. Vent systems can spread hot, smoke-filled air throughout a commercial property that can impact indoor air quality without careful cleaning with EPA-approved cleaning agents designed for air ducts.

  • Sheet metal ducts are typically restorable. Insulation that may be surrounding ducts may require replacement if it cannot be deodorized
  • In areas where ductwork is inaccessible for cleaning, SERVPRO professionals can seal these areas. In areas that require more thorough cleaning, technicians can perform disassembly of components
  • HVAC duct cleaning after fire damage entails vacuuming loose, dry soot and dust from inlets, outlets, and any other surface inside the duct. Agitation tools and OSHA-approved sanitation solutions can be used for toucher residues
  • SERVPRO odor control professionals can use ULV fogging for effective odor control inside ductwork, especially in areas that require sealing

Business owners can count on SERVPRO of New London to provide “Like it never even happened” restoration services. Call (860) 443-2222 to get started.

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