When fire strikes your home or business, it can be devastating. Prompt assessment and damage control by a professional restoration company can help to minimize your loss. At Werner Restoration, our fire damage restoration service is at the core of what we do. With over 25 years of experience, you can count on us for our expertise, and a sympathetic shoulder to lean on.
If your property has suffered fire damage, or fire-related smoke or water damage, our experienced team has the knowledge, specialized skills and latest equipment to help return your property to its pre-loss condition as quickly and efficiently as possible.
"Our experience with Werner Restoration was exceptional when we experienced our house fire in February of 2015. From the time we called stating what had happened they were there within hours to put a tarp over the non-existent roof and board up the walls so no snow/ice would get into the remaining part of our home that was not fully destroyed. It has been amazing working with them, they are always on time and extremely hard workers to get the project complete on time or before the completion date. There were many times when we would see them on a section of the house and the next day it would be complete and then they were onto the next. I would highly recommend them to anyone who has any damage to their property, as they are a great company to work with."
Thomas & Julia Anderson, Sherrard IL
You do not plan a fire, so when one happens it can be a very emotional time. Take the time now to do a few simple things and make a plan. According to the American Red Cross, Fires can spread quickly and every second counts. Having a plan in place can help you escape every room of your home.
• Select a meeting spot at a safe distance from your home where
family members can meet after a fire.
• Home fire plans should include at least two ways to escape from
• Discuss the plan with everyone in the household and practice it at
least twice a year
The Red Cross also says that smoke alarms save lives. Statistics provided by the National Fire Protection Association show working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire in half. Use them on every level of your home, including bedrooms, and test once a month. Replace batteries annually – try using daylight savings time as a reminder to make the change. And, detectors should be replaced every 10 years.
Emergency Board Up
Contents Pack Out
Contents Cleaning and Storage
Smoke and Odor Removal
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