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10/2/2020 (Permalink)

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Our number one priority is the safety of our SERVPRO customers and residents of Nashville, Tennessee.

A fire in your home can cause genuine harm. Your home and a large number of the things in your home might be seriously harmed by the fire blaze, intense heat, smoke, and water/fire retardants used to extinguish the fire. You will discover some things that may not appear harmed by the fire may be hindered by smoke and might be saturated with water used to put out the fire. Anything you need to spare or reuse should be cleaned when you have the ability to enter your home when safe.

It is critical to comprehend the danger to your security and wellbeing even after the fire is out. The sediment and soiled water left behind may contain things that could be debilitating and harmful. Be exceptionally cautious in the event that you go into your home and in the event that you contact any fire-harmed things.

Contact your insurance agency immediately and ask them what to do first. SERVPRO works alongside you and your insurance company to ensure that first and foremost you and your well being are being looked after. SERVPRO is an authority in cleaning and reestablishing your property, and making sure your house is “Like it never even happened.”

Approach your insurance agent and request to work with SERVPRO for estimates you can trust. At the point when you contact us (615-697-4190), you will know - your home or business will be in the hands of the professionals designed to help you and your restoration needs.

The Red Cross gives you several tips and has many resources. Their Top Tips for Fire Safety* are below:

  • Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, inside bedrooms, and outside sleeping areas.
  • Test smoke alarms every month. If they’re not working, change the batteries.
  • Talk with all family members about a fire escape plan and practice the plan twice a year.
  • If a fire occurs in your home, GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL FOR HELP. Never go back inside for anything or anyone.

Although we hope you never have to deal with the tragedy of a fire - if it ever happens, SERVPRO is here.

*Red Cross

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