Commercial Fire Damage Restoration

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According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), every 65 seconds a structure fire is reported, posing a significant threat to commercial enterprises. These fires can abruptly disrupt your company’s operations, impacting your business, employees, and clients. In the wake of a fire, the impact isn’t limited to just the flames; smoke and soot also cause considerable commercial fire damage. Moreover, water damage often results from firefighting efforts and fire suppression systems. Without immediate and effective commercial fire damage restoration, the true extent of the damage and its costs only start to unfold.

Fire Restoration Services Include:

  • 24/7 emergency response
  • Board-up and building security
  • Water extractions
  • Structural drying
  • Debris removal
  • Smoke, soot, and odor removal
  • Media blasting
  • Corrosion control
  • Documentation and reports

Why Choose Flood Zone Disaster Recovery?

  • We are available 24/7 and teams can be dispatched immediately to mitigate the damage and prevent further losses.
  • Our team is specialized and certified in handling commercial losses, we consistently stay up to date on industry best practices, understand regulations, and utilize advanced restoration techniques.
  • Extensive resources, including equipment and manpower is available to execute restoration tasks of any magnitude efficiently. 
  • Our insurance coverage is carefully selected for the work we do and exceeds most of our clients expectations.
  • Scope of work, progress updates, timelines, and any potential challenges or additional costs are clearly communicated throughout the restoration process.
  • Customized solutions tailored to your specific needs and flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances during the restoration process.
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Commercial Fire Mitigation Plan


Prioritize Safety

  • Make sure to wear respiratory protection and proper PPE, the air may contain carcinogens.
  • Complete a Job Hazard Assessment to identify areas that may be dangerous.
  • Secure the area and mark potentially hazardous areas from unauthorized occupants.

NOTE: Be careful not to disturb the area that caused the fire until the Fire Marshal or inspector has finished their investigation.



  • Provide a thorough investigation of the property to determine the extent of damages, create a restoration plan and preliminary scope of work.
  • Determine if trades such as electricians, roofers, or other contractors are necessary.
  • Remove sensitive or valuable equipment and documents.  Some of these items may need emergency cleaning and mitigation services to increase the chance of salvage.
  • Make sure to photograph, video, and document the status of the property thoroughly so adjusters can have a clear understanding of the damages.  


Emergency Mitigation Services

  • Remove standing water that may be left behind from sprinkler systems or the fire department to minimize further damages
  • Start the cleaning process on salvageable items, soot damage will cause items that may initially be salvageable to corrode quickly.
  • Controlling the air quality and humidity is critical, some jobs may be suited for opening doors and windows, while others may need air scrubbers and dehumidifiers.
  • Determine the extent of deodorization needed and the methods that will be used.

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Clean Up and Deodorization

The aftermath of commercial fire damage extends beyond the immediate destruction caused by flames and smoke. Persistent odors, a common consequence of commercial fire damage, can linger indefinitely. Soot and smoke can infiltrate every nook and cranny of your commercial property, reaching areas far removed from the fire’s origin. Handling commercial fire damage cleanup effectively demands professionals who are knowledgeable about commercial building materials and construction. They should also be skilled in fire damage restoration and odor elimination techniques to identify areas requiring cleaning, encapsulation, or removal.

The longer the delay in addressing commercial fire cleanup, the more challenging it becomes to salvage materials and contents. Equipment like light fixtures, HVAC units, and other machinery might appear operational post-fire, but they could start to deteriorate due to soot deposition. This can diminish their lifespan if commercial fire damage isn’t promptly and thoroughly tackled.