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Fire and Flood Damage Restoration

The consequences of ineffective restoration – including possible health effects – are far too great to leave damage improperly restored.

Fire and Flood Damage Restoration

Residential / Commercial / Government / Institutional

Fire
Restoring your home after water damage is a frustrating experience. Fortunately, natural disasters don’t occur every day, and chances are you’ll never have to deal with water damage from rising water or flooding. However, simple plumbing leaks or overflows are far more common. Although dealing with water damage may seem simple (mop or wet vacuum; fans used to promote evaporation), what is not considered is the degree to which water can penetrate into structural cavities and assemblies, creating trapped pockets of saturation.

Often it is to late before property owners become aware of the on-going effect of this trapped water on structural and contents materials, which may include: discoloration, warping, splitting, delamination, and musty odor and mold growth.

Flood

Most property owners are not familiar with the essential steps and tactics for proper restoration, and naturally, they have many questions. That’s where the certified water restoration professional comes in. He or she will be qualified through formal training and experience to remove excess water efficiently, to promote efficient evaporation and to establish the dehumidification conditions necessary to stop on-going damage. Moreover, they can document the return of your property and contents to normal conditions to ensure that future problems will not be experienced.

Scope Of Services

Fire will engulf anything in its path, destroying homes and possessions in an instant. After a fire, the damages left behind are numerous. The water or foam used to extinguish a fire creates an entirely separate set of problems, along with the residue of soot, ashes, and smoke damage. Puff backs from a faulty oil burner can create similar issues. Regardless of the source of damage, QMI can clean, repair, and rebuild it. Our experienced staff is IICRC trained and certified to restore your property after fire, soot, and smoke damage.

We first document the damages and extract any water or foam. We use industry standard, scientifically proven cleaning methods and products to thoroughly clean and sanitize salvageable parts of the structure and contents. To restore the air quality of your home or business, we use state-of-the-art equipment and odor neutralizing treatments to remove any smoke damage. QMI offers a full array of specialized cleaning and repair services for clothing, upholstery, carpeting, and oriental rugs. Typical household cleaning methods and products may create further damage so we always recommend calling in an experienced and respected company like QMI.

Certified Cleaning Technicians

QMI is IICRC Certified

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is a non-profit certifying body for the flooring inspection, floor covering and specialized fabric cleaning, and disaster restoration industry. Organized in 1972, the IICRC currently represents more than 3,500 Certified Firms and more than 33,000 Certified Technicians in 30 countries. The IICRC, with participation from the entire industry, sets standards for inspection, cleaning, and disaster restoration.

As part of its commitment to industry-wide customer service, the IICRC actively pursues relationships with fiber producers, fabric manufacturers, furnishing retailers, insurance companies, equipment and chemical manufacturers and suppliers. The use of IICRC Certified service professionals is specified in leading manufacturers’ maintenance brochures. We communicate with consumers through television, radio, newspapers and our Web site.