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Commercial Fire Damage Restoration

When a fire breaks out in your facility, all operations come to a halt. Not only does the fire cause structural and smoke damage to your building, but water damage from the sprinkler system or firefighters’ hoses can also occur.

It is recommended that restoration work be done during the first 24 to 48 hours after fire damage occurs. This allows for the quick, efficient stabilization of your facility and minimizes the downtime of your business.

As soon as you call Claria Clean, our 24/7 emergency response team mobilizes to restore your building. We have the capacity to handle disasters at any size of facility, regardless of the type of fire.

Our fire restoration services include:

  • Emergency Board-Up
  • Demolition
  • Soot Removal
  • Thermal Deodorization

We also remove and secure damaged contents during the cleaning and restoration process. Claria Clean’s certified training and cleaning methods help make cleanup more effective and cost-efficient.

Fire Damage Blog

  • Grease Fire? This Is When to Call the Professionals

    Grease Fire? This Is When to Call the Professionals

    If you’ve ever had a flare-up happen in the kitchen, you know how startling the experience can be. Grease fires, however, are more dangerous and even more difficult to put out than regular fires. They can spark within seconds and can cause a great amount of damage within a short period of time. That’s why it’s always a good idea to be prepared and know when to call the professionals should a grease fire ever erupt in your kitchen.
  • 4 Fire Safety Tips to Keep Your Building Safe During the Winter and Throughout the Year

    4 Fire Safety Tips to Keep Your Building Safe During the Winter and Throughout the Year

    As winter marches on through St. Louis, facility owners and building managers are busy trying to keep their employees and tenants warm. Although we may not readily associate the winter months with accidents involving fire, it’s crucial that building owners and facility managers keep fire safety in the forefront of their minds now and throughout the year.