How Fire Damages Your Tallahassee HVAC System
Cleaning Your HVAC System After a Fire in Your Tallahassee Home
Combustion in some area of your Tallahassee property can create both smoke and flames, both of which can present substantial concerns for the entirety of your house. When you factor in that many homes utilize their air circulation appliances almost continually, it is often running whenever the fire breaks out. This added variable allows smoke odors, residues, debris, and other airborne concerns to travel to every room in your house from the source of the fire via the ductwork.
Cleaning up the fire damage and present debris in your Tallahassee home is a vital component to beginning restoration. Among the chief concerns with the cleanup is any health hazard or potential risk for our technicians on site or others that might come into contact with the area. Removing buildup and residue from the ductwork system can help to reduce the continued spread of the damage and keep the bulk of the restoration work to occur confined to the area where it happened.
This process begins with a thorough inspection of the HVAC system affected by the recent fire. Much like our traditional cleaning efforts for this area of your house, we visually inspect and use equipment to determine the full extent of the damage through unreachable areas of your ducts. Once we can determine the problem areas, our SERVPRO technicians bring out the equipment that is necessary to clean out the HVAC system thoroughly.
Bristled brushes that can get extensively extended get used to help break apart buildup and sediment caked to the walls of the ducts. These brushes can get attached to a drill base to offer more power and precision for cleaning set in debris. High powered vacuums seal over floor grates or ceiling grates to clean large portions of the system without the mess.
Reducing the buildup and trapped dust, debris, smoke residue, and particulates within the system allows for our professionals to better prevent the spread of fire damage throughout your home and helps to allow later the HVAC system to run more efficiently. Give our SERVPRO of North Leon County rapid response team a call to help with any emergency at (850) 536-6599.
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is located in Tallahassee and is the world’s largest magnet laboratory. Click here to read more.