Have you had the misfortune of a fire in your home? We can help.
Even after you’ve repaired the structural issues caused by a house fire, your house may continue to smell like smoke. Because painting encapsulant over smoke-damaged and charred building materials only glosses over the problem, you need a solution that will remove the smoke, char, and odor while prepping the surface for encapsulant at the same time. The last thing anyone wants is to walk into a house after fire damage reconstruction is complete and still smell smoke.
Benefits of Soda Blasting
In order to remove the source of the odor and not just cover it up, we can soda blast the structure before reconstruction begins. Soda blasting can be followed with encapsulation for an added layer of protection.
Soda blasting uses non-toxic baking soda as the blast media. The baking soda helps to absorb odors at the same time it is removing the smoke residue, ash and char. Soda blasting is recommended by the Restoration Industry Association for fire and smoke damage repair.
Soda Blasting Is Also Useful for Mold Remediation
Soda blasting can also be used in unfinished basements and crawl spaces, where excess moisture has led to mold growth. Fixing the moisture source and soda blasting to remove mold is an effective and environmentally friendly method of mold remediation in basements and crawl spaces.
If you’ve had a fire in your home or mold in your basement or crawl space, get in touch so that we can help return your property to its former glory.