With Fire Damage Restoration DiasterCare works fast to prevent further fire and smoke damage to your property.
Our 24 hour Emergency Response Team will work quickly and effectively to rescue all belongings at risk of being damaged. As part of our fire damage restoration process, we will pack and relocate your items to a safe location.
We know that some of your belongings hold sentimental value and that these items are likely to be irreplaceable, our specialists will dedicate extraordinary attention to such possessions and an extra effort in an attempt to save everything.
With DisasterCare Cleaning & Restoration you can count on a company that has the experience and knowledge to provide you with a complete restoration of your home or business. We will bring your home or business as close to pre-loss condition as possible.
As part of our fire damage restoration we offer the following services:
- Odor removal
- Content cleaning
- Structure cleaning
- Furniture cleaning/restoration
- Pack up and relocate your belongings
- Board up the property
Our experienced and friendly staff will help you through the insurance claims and rebuilding process. Our quick response fire damage restoration team is on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Click Here for Fema’s guide on Fires – Take Protective Measures.
In case of a house fire, here’s a quick guide to “Keeping kids safe from fire” by the US Fire Administration.
How to put out a kitchen fire
There are 5 Classes of fire extinguishers. Every home should have at least one fire extinguisher. Here’s a list of the classes and their uses:
- Class A extinguishers are for ordinary combustible materials such as paper, wood, cardboard and most plastics. The numerical rating on these types of extinguishers indicates the amount of water it holds and the amount of fire it can extinguish. Geometric symbol – green triangle
- Class B fires involve flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline, kerosene, grease and oil. The numerical rating for class B extinguishers indicates the approximate number of square feet of fire it can extinguish. Geometric symbol – red square
- Class C fires involve electrical equipment, such as appliances, wiring, circuit breakers and outlets. Never use water to extinguish class C fires – the risk of electrical shock is far too great! Class C extinguishers do not have a numerical rating. The C classification means the extinguishing agent is non-conductive. Geometric symbol – blue circle
- Class D fire extinguishers are commonly found in a chemical laboratory. They are for fires that involve combustible metals, such as magnesium, titanium, potassium and sodium. These types of extinguisher also have no numerical rating, nor are they given a multi-purpose rating – they are designed for class D fires only. Geometric symbol – yellow decagon
- Class K fire extinguishers are for fires that involve cooking oils, trans-fats, or fats in cooking appliances and are typically found in restaurant and cafeteria kitchens. Geometric symbol – black hexagon
Items you will find useful: Baking Soda, Pan LId, A,B,C Rated Fire Extinguishers
|If your clothes are burning, Immediately drop to the ground and roll back and forth quickly.||For electrical fires, throw baking soda over the flames or use a Class C fire extinguisher.|
|If the fire is large or spreading fast, evacuate the residence immediately, then call emergency to report the fire.||If you have a fire in your oven, close the oven door and turn off the heat to smother the flames.|
|For fires on wood, paper and cloth, use water or a Class A fire extinguisher to douse the flames. Place small objects in the sink to help contain the fire.||To prevent future fires, always keep your stove, oven and hood clean, and avoid overloading outlets or circuits with too many appliances.
|For small grease fires, throw baking soda over the flames or use a Class B fire extinguisher.||In general, try to put out a fire if it's small. But if the flames begin spreading, do not remain in the kitchen.|