Fire and Smoke Damage Assessment
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MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. - Floridant -- Per Ned & Darlene Marcoux, owners of Sunsation Services. Your best choice for Brevard County Florida Mold & Air Quality Testing.

1.  Structural Damage:  The first step in assessing fire & smoke damage is to evaluate the structural integrity of the building. This involves checking for any damage to the walls, floors, ceilings, & roof. Any cracks, holes, or warping should be noted.

2.  Smoke Damage:  Next, it is important to assess the extent of smoke damage. This can be done by looking for visible smoke stains & discoloration on walls, ceilings, & other surfaces. The severity of the smoke damage will depend on the type of fire & the materials that were burning.

3.  Soot Damage:  Assessing soot damage is also crucial as soot can be very difficult to remove & can cause health problems if not properly addressed. Sunsation Services will carefully inspect all areas of the building, including hidden spaces such as inside cabinets & behind walls.

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4.  Water Damage:  If the fire was extinguished with water, there may be additional water damage to the building. It is important to check for any signs of water damage, such as wet or damp areas, water stains, or mold growth.

5.  Electrical Damage:  In some cases, a fire can cause damage to the building's electrical system. This can be dangerous if not properly addressed. A professional should be consulted to assess any potential electrical damage.

6.  Contents Damage:  Along with evaluating the damage to the building, it is important to assess the damage to any contents inside the building. This includes furniture, electronics, clothing, & other personal belongings.

7.  Odor Assessment:  Smoke & soot can also cause unpleasant odors. It is important to assess the type & severity of the odors to determine the best method for removing them.

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Source: Sunsation Services
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