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Making Your Home Fire Prepared

Posted by Jackson Short on Fri, Sep 13, 2019

For those of us that live in the San Diego County, we know that most years it is likely we will have a "late-onset summer". And by that we mean that the heat waves don't kick in until September and usually last through the start of November. And typically, with heat comes dry weather, increasing the likelihood of fires. For that reason it is important that you make sure that your home is fire prepared. However, no matter how prepared you are it is important to know that a fire can happen to anyone. In the event of a catastrophe, we are here to help pick up the pieces. Offering San Diego's best fire and smoke restoration services and advice!

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Topics: repairing fire damage, fire damage restoration san diego, Fire Safety

Fire Safety at Christmastime | San Diego Fire Damage

Posted by Kim Jones on Wed, Nov 30, 2016

According to the U.S. Fire Administration Christmas tree fires are not common, but when they happen they are serious. Clean Earth Restorations offers full service fire damage repair for San Diego residents and businesses.

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Topics: repairing fire damage, fire damage, Fire & Smoke

Smoke Damage House: How to Get Rid of the Smell?

Posted by Blake Carroll on Mon, Jul 16, 2012

When you have a smoke damage house there is still a lot of work to be done after the fire has been put out. Getting the smell of smoke out of your home is an important step because if it isn’t done quickly and correctly the smoke can linger causing damage weeks after the fire ended.

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Topics: smoke damage, repairing fire damage, fire and smoke restoration, fire damage, fire cleanup, smoke damage house

How To Stop Smoke and Water Damage In The Home From Spreading

Posted by Blake Carroll on Thu, Jul 05, 2012

After a fire has been put out or a flood has been drained away in your home or office, the damage may still continue. Smoke from fires can sink into your possessions causing damage weeks after the fire has been put out. And water that has occupied your home or office can cause mold if not cleaned up properly.  

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Topics: water damage restoration, mold clean up, flood damage, water damage, smoke damage, repairing fire damage, fire and smoke restoration, smoke and water damage

Where To Begin When Repairing Fire Damage

Posted by Blake Carroll on Wed, Jun 27, 2012

Fire and smoke damage can continue to damage your house or business weeks after the incident and cost you heavily. It is important for this reason to begin cleanup as quickly as possible.

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Topics: smoke damage, repairing fire damage, fire and smoke restoration, fire damage, fire cleanup

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