Fire Damage Restoration in New Jersey

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Fire damage can be devastating for your home or business, and the complications don’t end once the fire has been extinguished. Restoration Partners can help.

Our team of technicians is IICRC-certified in assessment, repairs, and fire damage restoration in New Jersey. We’re prepared to go above and beyond the abilities of a standard contractor. We’ll resolve any damage related to fire and smoke, including electrical, plumbing, and structural issues.

Call us first! Contact Restoration Partners today at (856) 323-6460, and our New Jersey team will be on-site within hours to begin our specialized fire damage restoration services.

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How Restoration Partners Can Help You

After a fire, it can feel as if your life is changed forever. You may have lost personal belongings, important documents, or worse. We understand what you're going through, which is why it’s our mission to make restoring your home or business as painless as possible.

Our IICRC-certified team will be by your side every step of the way. We'll help you document damage for your insurance claim and communicate with you until the job is complete. We strive for honesty and transparency with our customers, so you'll know exactly what is being done and why.

Whether you've had a small fire localized to one room or your property has been completely destroyed by fire and smoke, we can help. To fully restore your residential or commercial property back to its original condition, we offer:

  • Structural rebuilds, repairs, and demolition
  • Professional cleaning services
  • Smoke odor removal
  • Microbial decontamination

Our Fire Damage Restoration Process

Once you are in a safe location and the fire has been extinguished, call Restoration Partners. We offer rapid response times in the event of fire damage emergencies, and someone from our team will be at your property within hours to begin the fire restoration process.

Once we've inspected your home or business, we'll provide you with a comprehensive estimate of our services. This includes any removal, cleanup, repairs, and demolition work that needs to be completed to restore your home.

We'll get to work right away on cleaning and restoring your property. We'll deodorize your home, clean and sanitize your crawl space and HVAC system to prevent smoke inhalation, and totally rebuild and restore any area of your residential or commercial property that has been damaged by heat, soot, or smoke.

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Why South Jersey Chooses Restoration Partners

The fire damage restoration process can be tedious and often takes more careful work than a standard contractor can deliver. Our team is IICRC-Certified in Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration, Odor Control, and Applied Microbial Remediation to remove smoke odors, clean soot from your furniture and walls, and remediate structural damage.

Our team offers 24/7 emergency services, free inspections, and boarding and tarping services to protect your home from the elements as we work. We are licensed, bonded, and fully insured in the state of New Jersey to provide high-quality, lasting results.

Areas We Serve

We are proudly headquartered in Haddonfield, NJ, which allows us to be on-site within hours of a fire emergency in the following areas:

What Causes Fire Damage?

There are a number of ways a fire can start in your home or business. Faulty electrical wiring, cooking accidents, and malfunctioning space heaters are some of the leading causes of indoor fires. When a fire occurs, heat, soot, and smoke can destroy your property from the inside out.

Health and Safety Risks of Fire Damage

There are several risks associated with a fire of any size. Even if the fire wasn’t large enough to cause noticeable damage to your property, heat, smoke, and soot can lead to invisible issues that can be detrimental to your health and safety.

After a fire, smoke and soot inhalation is the biggest threat to your health. Fine particles of smoke and toxic chemicals can enter your airway, causing respiratory problems and lung damage. Attempting to remediate soot and smoke damage yourself can kick up airborne particles, leading to further health risks.

To protect yourself and your family in the aftermath of a fire, call Restoration Partners. We will remove soot and smoke from your home after a fire, including carefully cleaning your furniture, carpets, and walls and inspecting your home’s wiring and HVAC systems for internal damage.

What to Do After a Fire

Immediately After a Fire Emergency

  • Ask the fire crew lead or chief about the safety of your building and a timeline for re-entering your building.

  • The fire department may have turned off your utilities.  Check to be sure they are disconnected before going into the building.  Don’t try to re-connect your utilities yourself - it’s best to have a professional look for leaks before resuming utilities.

  • Don’t light a match, smoke on the property, or use electrical equipment or appliances until they have been properly inspected.

  • Stay aware of electrical shock hazards, such as standing water and exposed wiring.  Be mindful about damage inside walls that might not be visible.

  • People with allergies and respiratory problems should stay out of the building until after any needed clean-up is finished.

  • If you have a fireproof safe or strongbox that survived the fire, do not open the safe or box for several hours, to make sure the air inside has cooled.

Steps You Can Take After A Fire Emergency

Once it’s safe to enter your home or business, you can consider these steps in order to prevent further damage until we arrive:

  • Open windows to get fresh air moving.

  • Rub petroleum jelly or other oil on metal surfaces to stop or reduce the oxidation of the metal surfaces.
  • Gently wipe down bath fixtures, counter-tops, and appliances with a household cleaner as soon as reasonable after a fire, as smoke residue may stain these fixtures.
  • Brush smoke particulate off of draperies and furnishings.
  • Please don’t try to wash walls, ceilings, or any porous surfaces.
  • Throw away any food or canned goods exposed to excessive heat.
  • Remove and/or deodorize clothing using proper smoke damage cleaning - note that improper smoke cleaning may embed set smoke odor permanently into your fabrics