Fire & Smoke Damage
Fire Damage Repair and Restoration in Cincinnati OH
Fire, Soot, or Smoke Damage? Call Today Thompson Restoration
Trained and Certified Fire and Smoke Damage Experts
The service technicians at Thompson Restoration are trained and certified in rapid response for all fire damage emergencies and professional cleaning practices as called for in the IICRC regulations. It is extremely important that the fire damaged home is addressed within the first 24 hours. This will help mitigate the damage and prevent long term problems from occurring. The lack of fast response can, in some cases, mean the difference between your homeowners insurance covering the problem or not.
You can mitigate costly repairs and long-term issues if you make fire damage restoration a priority. We’ll help you get your home back to normal as soon as possible.
The Fire Damage Restoration Process
- Call A Fire Restoration Company to Access Damage
- Board-Up and Roof Tarp Home
- Water Removal and Drying Service
- Removal of Smoke and Soot from All Items in Home
- Repair and Rebuild Home
Trusted Restoration Company for Fire and Smoke Damage
As a trusted restoration company in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati OH, Thompson Restoration provides 24-hour residential and commercial fire damage restoration services. We are a locally owned and operated business, we will be at your home in 60 minutes or less once you dial our number!
After the fire department has put out the fire, your home will have smoke, water and soot damage. The walls, floors and ceilings will be permanently discolored and most of the household items will become damaged by acid residue left over from the smoke. Once the fire department has left, your home will have water damage from the fire hose.
Thompson Restoration will handle all the damage that has occurred within a short time to ensure that you proceed with your activities without any inconveniences. We provide customers with reliable services and expertise on smoke damage. We offer our restoration services to areas such as Cincinnati, Hamilton, Mason, West Chester, Fairfield, and Northern Kentucky.