As we enter the fall and winter months, it’s important to keep in mind that house fires are more common at this time of the year. According to the Red Cross, fires increase in the fall and winter leading up to their December and January peak and are more likely to occur on the weekends. Midwest Remediation provides restoration services in response to catastrophic events such as house fires. You can trust our experts to step in with the necessary assistance if you are the victim of a fire. Let us outline our process below.
What Happens Next After The Fire?
Midwest Remediation has supplied fire restoration services for over 30 years, and we have learned a lot along the way. When the unthinkable happens, we follow our fire cleanup protocol which has stood the test of time. Our services will focus on victim assistance for your household, boarding up and securing your property, taking care of your emergency clothing and lodging needs, cleaning and storing your home’s contents, and making structural repairs to your home. We are available 24/7, 365 days a year to assist when our services are needed most.
Restoring the Contents of Your Home
Our mission is always to restore, rather than replace, your personal items if that is possible. Once we transfer everything to our climate-controlled content restoration facility, we will help you identify items that can be salvaged. We will then assist with evaluating non-salvageable items for replacement costs. Finally, we will store all of your restored belongings until the restoration project is complete.
Request a Free Inspection Today
Midwest Remediation has the expertise to walk you through the cleanup and mitigation process after a fire, including smoke odor removal for your home and belongings. Contact us at (317) 826-0940 to learn more about who we are or to request a free inspection today. We serve Indianapolis including Central Indiana and the surrounding areas of Carmel, Brownsburg, Plainfield, Lebanon, Greenwood, Greenfield, Shelbyville, Mooresville, Greencastle, and Lafayette.