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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

A House Fire Doesn't Have to Ruin Your Year.

Where there is fire, there is smoke. Our trained experts at SERVPRO® of Northeast Tucson and SERVPRO® of Oro Valley/Marana East are Here to Help® in removing smoke damage in your home.

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It may surprise you how much smoke damage can result from even a small fire.

Some smoke damage is obvious, but it is not always easy to remove, and other smoke is hidden. Trying to repair the damage on your own can result in failure to get rid of it, or (worse) deepened damage. That's why most insurance companies require homeowners hire professionals who have training and experience in remediation of fire damage to handle the aftermath of structural fires: franchise professionals like us: SERVPRO of Northeast Tucson and SERVPRO of Oro Valley/Marana East.

The most important factor in smoke-damage remediation is time. Call as soon as possible at 520-760-9352.

Our emergency services are available all day, every day. Don't worry about odd hours, weekends, or holidays. We're available.

When you call, one of us will ask several questions. Don't worry about the time this question-asking period lasts. We need the information to best help you.

Important Information

  • If firefighters used water to suppress the fire, and you are safe going into the building, it is okay to start rescuing items from water or to start mopping up water
  • Nonprofessionals may be unable to determine which items can be salvaged from smoke damage and which cannot, so please save those decisions for us
  • Residue from the fire gets into crevices and travels far from the original flames. Team members at SERVPRO of Northeast Tucson and SERVPRO of Oro Valley/Marana East know where to look for it and how to clean it up
  • Smoke and soot are acidic, and therefore hazardous for human inhalation and skin contact (as well as damaging to structures and belongings); our team members may need to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) and install fans around areas of your home
  • Some of the cleaning and disinfecting solutions may also be hazardous for human inhalation or contact
  • SERVPRO of Northeast Tucson and SERVPRO of Oro Valley/Marana East meet the standards of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and of the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) for its use of PPE, treatments of hazardous materials, and disposal of waste
  • Smoke and soot have different effects on structural elements and on belongings depending on the materials, the type of fire, and the length of time since the fire
  • For the above reason, each part of the building and each item may require its own cleaning, disinfecting, and remediation method
  • We have equipment to remove odors instead of simply masking them

Trivia Time!

This week's crew assigned to the Office of Unimportant Information unearthed a gem:

Paul McCartney recorded a high-pitched whistle at the end of the Beatles song “A Day in the Life” for his dog.

SERVPRO of Northeast Tucson and SERVPRO of Oro Valley/Marana East