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How To Handle a Burned and Damaged Roof

8/27/2019 (Permalink)

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Products and services, inventory, personnel, maintenance and other issues are normal concerns in your workday, but fire is not on the list of things you normally worry about. Fire damage and fire cleanup are likely the furthest thing from your mind. If a fire does breakout in your commercial building in Cheesman Park, CO, the results are completely unpredictable. Damage could be minimal or may be extensive, even affecting the roof.

How Can A Roof Be Damaged During a Fire?

Flames tend to lick upward so it is not uncommon for a fire to affect a ceiling. In what other ways can damage happen to a roof or ceilings?

Firemen may need to chop through the roof in some sections in order to gain full access to the flames, leaving unprotected openings
Water can drench joists and swell the joints or other structural materials
Water damage can also occur due to sheer weight as water soaks into roofing materials, insulation, or ceiling tiles, potentially caving in


How To Secure Your Roof After a Fire

Obviously, you cannot leave the roof open to the elements, or make it easier for looters by leaving the hole unobstructed. A good fire restoration service in Cheesman Park, CO, can come and board it up or provide tarp services to cover and secure any openings created while extinguishing the fire. After a thorough inspection, a proper roof repair job can be done, restoring it to sound condition.

Other Steps to Restoration

Fire cleanup and roof repair are essential parts of the restoration process, but there may also be loss due to water damage which can cause flooding, destruction and mold growth. Cleaning and removal of destroyed materials, as well as thoroughly cleaning smoke damage, which may be extensive, are critical steps in the preparation to rebuild.

Although it is not something you look forward to, a fire can happen without warning. Fortunately, once the fire cleanup is complete, the focus can shift to the restoration process and you will begin to feel the hope of a brighter day ahead.

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