A fire can occur at any given moment. You could be cooking in the kitchen, where fires are most common, and make a simple mistake. Or, an electrical fire in the office could come to life without warning. When dealing with fire damage, it is tough to think straight. The entire situation is overwhelming. Whatever the cause, know that Restoration 1 of Horry County is on the job. We are here to address your fire damage restoration needs immediately.
Our certified restoration experts know best how to tackle fire and smoke damage. We use the latest equipment and techniques to restore your property to its fullest.
We ensure all soot particles and odors are thoroughly removed so your property can return back to how it was before the fire.
We go above and beyond for the community. We are certified by the IICRC and provide 24-hour fire damage restoration for your home or business.
Fires, including minor kitchen fires, can cause damage that extends throughout the entire structure. Smoke and soot can travel from room to room through the HVAC system and open doorways.
By following a systematic and thorough process, a restoration company can effectively address fire and smoke damage, ensuring the property is restored to a safe and habitable condition.
Our crew will arrive equipped and ready in your time of need.
From the initial inspection to making any needed repairs, we got you covered.
Our team of dedicated fire and smoke damage restoration experts will be there in your time of need. If you experience anything from a small kitchen fire to complete structural damage, our team will arrive equipped and ready to begin the cleanup and restoration process. If you’re in Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas, be sure to give Restoration 1 of Horry County a call.
The basics surrounding fire damage restoration aim to remove smoke odor contamination and improve structural framing after extensive damage. The process is complex and should never be attempted by someone who isn’t licensed or experienced. Smoke odors and soot can be dangerous with prolonged exposure, and the chances of making the problem worse is likely if you attempt to do it on your own. Such service should be performed by experts, all of whom are better equipped and trained to tackle such a situation.