How Do You Remove Soot?
Soot is one of the most dangerous of all hazards that you can face in the aftermath of a fire. Because it can contain any number of toxins, breathing in even the smallest amount of soot can cause serious health effects.
It can build up on all sorts of surfaces and create noxious odors, which can make it a challenge to clean.
Removing soot is a delicate process that requires proper safety precautions, specialized equipment and professional training.
That’s why it’s recommended that you leave this job to the professionals at SERVPRO of Fort Lauderdale North
The longer soot is allowed to remain on a surface the more dangerous it is, so it needs to be addressed as quickly as possible.
It’s also important to ensure that it is cleaned properly so that it doesn’t make the damage any worse.
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At SERVPRO we have specialized equipment, including industrial vacuums with HEPA filters that can remove soot particles from the air and from various surfaces, as well as air scrubbers to trap any soot particles released into the air by vacuuming.
We can then clean walls, carpets, floors, furniture and other items using the proper products to ensure that the soot is removed without damaging the item or surface itself.
We understand how devastating a fire can be and we’re prepared to respond immediately, 24 hours a day, to help you begin the cleanup process as quickly as possible so that you can put the trauma behind you for good. SERVPRO Ft Lauderdale, we are here for you.