House fire damage can be a very distressing situation for your family. We are a Spokane fire restoration company that will return your homes’ appearance to the way it was before the fire happened. With our fire damage repair expertise, you won’t even know it happened.
Details on Our Spokane Fire Restoration Company
At Capstone, a Spokane fire restoration company, we only use the best, up-to-date fire restoration products and equipment to give you the best fire restoration service possible. Capstone Construction Co., Inc. specializes in all fire damage cleaning, smoke odor removal, reconstruction and contents cleaning. We work with your insurance company to determine the scope of work necessary to restore your property to its pre-disaster condition.
The reconstruction process is more complicated than the typical construction project; however, Capstone Construction has the expertise to immediately evaluate damage and mitigate further damage. We can handle the entire structural restoration from the board-up on the date of the fire to the final completion, we are the Spokane fire restoration company to call!
Some common causes of fires are faulty electrical wiring, appliance failures such as washing machines and dryers, hot water heater explosions, gas line failures, lightning strikes, grease fires, careless smokers, children playing with matches, and fireworks.
A fire in and of itself causes considerable damage to a structure. Often times fire damages result in smoke, which can create additional damage to adjacent areas not directly burned by the fire. Furthermore, fire restoration also calls for water damage cleanup from putting out the fire as well as damage from fire extinguishers.
Typical Fire Damages Include:
Roof, roof structure, attic and wall framing, insulation, A/C units and ducts, hot water heaters, thermostats, electrical wiring and panel boxes, plumbing lines, gas lines, sheetrock, acoustic ceiling tiles and grid systems, light fixtures, fans, smoke detectors and alarms, A/C vents, crown molding, paneling, wallpaper, chair-rail molding, picture frame molding, electrical outlets and switches, doorbells, doors, windows, curtains, blinds, kitchen cabinets and counter tops, sinks, refrigerators, freezers, ovens, vent-hoods, microwaves, dishwashers, disposals, washer and dryers, bathroom vanity cabinets and counter tops, medicine cabinets, mirrors, lavatories, tubs, commodes, shower stalls, exhaust fans, base molding, all flooring including carpet, sheet vinyl, vinyl composition tile (VCT), solid vinyl tile, hardwood, ceramic tile, sub floor decking, and framing in buildings structure.