Fire and Water Damage Restoration
New England Remediation Services is your own New Hampshire-based on-call disaster relief company! We specialize in NH fire and water damage restoration.
Fire. It’s one of those things that you never planned to happen. A house fire can damage property and cost you headaches and expenses you had not accounted for. At New England Remediation Services, we place top priority on fire cleanup. We will work quickly with your insurance company and provide you a quote within 24 hours.
A house fire often involves soot and ash that will stain and discolor surfaces if not attended to immediately. The longer smoke residue remains, the more difficult the odor is to remove. If the fire was extensive, and water was used to put it out, there is also a risk of water saturation causing mold growth. Mold colonies can establish themselves within 36 hours. As a homeowner, you need the assurance of a company that has the experience to deal quickly and effectively with the variety of problems associated with a house fire. We have the most up-to-date cleaning tools, products, and techniques to quickly remove soot and odor from your home. Our restoration services can reconstruct whatever structural damage occurred as well.
Water intrusion is the most common emergency incident because of the number of sources it can come from. It can come from storm disasters like hurricanes and floods, or by routine maintenance failures such leaking roof shingles, plumbing, sewage backups, and basement seepage. Wet basements are often the result of water leaking into a home. Water intrusion can cause a lot of damage in a short period of time. The greatest risk of water intrusion into a home structure is it presents an opportunity for mold to grow. Fortunately, most homeowner insurance policies cover water damage incidents. Water damage costs can range from hundreds of dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.
We are available with 24 hour disaster relief services. Our water extraction team will come in immediately to soak up the water so we can begin restoration procedures within days of a water incident.