When a house fire occurs, in many cases, smoke can cause a lot more damage than the actual flames. Smoke is sneaky and has the ability to spread throughout your entire home and penetrate pretty much any surface it comes in contact with.
One of the major highways smoke uses to spread in your home is your vents and HVAC system. For this reason, it is extremely important to have experts in smoke damage restoration near Springfield, Ohio assess your HVAC system following a fire.
How Smoke Can Damage an HVAC System
Your HVAC system is a network of ducts throughout your building or home. These ducts connect all the rooms and allow air to circulate. This means it also allows other contaminants, smells, and odors to circulate through your home. One sign of smoke damage in your HVAC system would include the smell of smoke circulating any time you turn on your HVAC system.
If your HVAC system was operational during the fire then it is important to check your return air. This side of the operation could be damaged due to the fire.
It’s likely, unless you just had your HVAC system cleaned, that your ducts are lined with dust, dirt, and other debris. This is common in all households. Unfortunately following a fire this debris in your HVAC system is just another material for smoke to penetrate and leave its mark through odor and corrosion in your ducts.
Smoke Damage Restoration For HVAC
When it comes to alleviating smoke damage and odor spreading through your HVAC system it is best to call in the professionals at Reliant Restoration. Our skilled team has high-powered filtration systems that are specially designed to remove smoke damage from your duct systems.
We also have the most effective high-concentrated cleaning supplies to remove smoke residue, alleviate smoke odor, and give your home long-term restoration from the effects of the fire.
Our team of restoration professionals will handle your property with care. The cleanup of the smoke-damaged HVAC system is essential to reduce the impacts of smoke in areas beyond the exact fire location and to avoid long-term consequences from the smoke odor or soot deposition.