Ouch! Your Lehi Boutique Stinks After a Fire? Call SERVPRO
Improving Air Quality After a Fire in Your Lehi Boutique
Your boutique thrives on the foot traffic taking strolls through the subcommunities of Lehi, and work hard to promote your shop as a welcoming location. When even a small incident occurs that can change the dynamic and environment that you offer those customers, such as a small fire, effects can linger throughout the property that makes it difficult to provide a welcoming atmosphere to the customers that you are trying to reach.
When most business owners think of fire damage to their Lehi properties, most envision catastrophic instances that require months of work to restore, but this is not always the case. Many buildings can experience smaller scale fires from one source or another, and these can get put out with fire extinguishers, sprinkler systems, or even smothering the blaze. While these situations might not provide widespread structural concerns, there are effects that you cannot ignore. Smoke and soot damages can reduce the quality of the breathable air in the boutique, but our SERVPRO professionals can help.
Clearing the environment is a top priority for the safety of our IICRC certified SERVPRO technicians on-site and for others that might also occupy parts of the building through the restoration process. We set up equipment like hydroxyl generators and air scrubbers which can remove particulates, debris, soot, mold spores, and smoke from the air and prevent it from continuing to circulate throughout the property.
Another dire condition that can keep customers from entering the store, or staying in it once they have, is a lingering harsh odor from the extinguished fire. This smell can spread throughout non-affected areas of the building and permeate furniture, fabrics, carpeting, and other materials in its path. Thermal foggers can provide a neutralizing chemical compound to the environment which can eliminate this present odor permanently, leaving no discernable scent behind.
Even smaller-scale fires that spark inside your business can leave lingering effects behind that threaten the potential profits and foot traffic you need. Let our SERVPRO of North Utah County rapid response team use our expertise and industry-leading equipment to overcome indoor air quality concerns quickly to get your doors back open quickly. You can reach us anytime at (801) 785-5228.
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