Fire & Water Damage Restoration Services
The fire’s out, but the smell of smoke is still in the air, everything’s wet, and the cleanup has just begun.
The immediate work of saving your home or business from fire means you’ll also need to save it from smoke damage and water damage. Such damage can become a bigger problem than the fire that endangered your property in the first place.
Cleanup may seem overwhelming, but timely and appropriate action can prevent dampness and odors from causing new problems that require more extensive repairs.
Trust DAI to handle your fire, smoke and water damage restoration safely, quickly and effectively. Our experts can bring your property, your routine, and your life, back to normal, fast.
DAI’s professionals know speedy, informed action is crucial to preventing unnecessary damage. We’ll arrive equipped with the expertise and technology you can depend on.
Contact us today. Our knowledgeable staff is standing by 24 hours per day, 7 days a week to respond to your fire, smoke and water damage emergency.
Fire Damage Restoration
Toxic gases, smoldering ash, electrical hazards complicate damage resulting from a fire. Incorrect handling of these dangers can make matters worse.
Timely, professionally informed action on fire restoration can prevent heat, smoke and water damage from causing additional problems.
Water Damage Restoration
Taking action in first 48 hours after water damage has occurred is pivotal to avoiding progressive, pervasive, long-term property destruction.
Shop-Vacs and carpet cleaning equipment are not up to the task. Professional equipment, including industrial driers, high speed air movers and HEPA vacuums, is required to ensure complete drying.
Mold Damage Restoration
Mold thrives in moist environments, and can spread quickly if not professionally isolated, causing respiratory health problems and compromising building materials.
DAI’s experts can root out the source of the problem, and treat it with commercial grade products and processes. We’ll seal off the affected area to prevent further damage, save what’s salvageable, and safely dispose of the rest.