Why Choose All American Cleaning & Restoration?

Fire Damage Restoration in Idaho

A fire damage house

Recovering after a fire hits your home is not an easy process. Even after the last embers have been put out, fire damage lingers and comes back to bother you. Smoke leaves caustic chemicals and particles that eat away at wood, fabric, metals and electronics. If left untreated or if handled incorrectly by inexperienced contractors, your home can suffer more damages than what went up in flames.

If you find yourself in a situation like this, you’ll want to work with a professional fire damage restoration company. All American Cleaning & Restoration (AACR) is precisely that kind of service provider. We offer a full range of fire damage restoration services that only our fully equipped and highly-trained restoration experts can deliver.

Fire Damage Restoration Experts

Fire Damaged Home We guarantee the full removal of fire damage residue, the elimination of smoky odors in your household and the TOTAL restoration of damaged areas. We work with most insurance companies to make the restoration of your house as easy as can be. Please also contact AACR about any services regarding water damage restoration at 866-707-8006.

Contact Us for Fire Damage Restoration in Idaho

We operate in the Rexburg, Idaho Falls, Driggs, Blackfoot, Pocatello and Montpelier areas. Our polite, knowledgeable and professional staff is standing by 24/7 to take your call. Even if it’s an emergency, you are guaranteed immediate help when you call AACR. Contact us today and we’ll drop by to give you a free inspection and estimate of the restoration project!

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Recent Fire & Smoke Damage Jobs

Burned Condominiums before restoration

Upon close inspection, All American Cleaning determined that only 25% of the condominium roofs needed total replacement and, if completed carefully, the balance of the trusses could be restored. This process was feasible through: planking the bottom cords, vacuuming all insulation from the attic areas, careful sand blasting, followed up with a very thorough vacuuming to remove all char, debris and sand blasting medium residue, thoroughly deodorizing the airspace, and encapsulating all sheathing and truss components with a permanent deodorant barrier of pigmented shellac.

This was a complicated process considering the maximum height was 4'6 and minimum working area was 12" all work was completed over finished plastered ceilings. Two of the units had suffered severe fire damage, which constituted total demolition and reconstruction; four units had severe smoke damage and relatively minor damage to the two end units. By employing these innovative procedures, there was a substantial savings in dollars as well as loss of use.

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